Riding a motorcycle is fun, but it can also be risky because of the actions of others on the road. Unlike other vehicles, you don't have much protection if you crash. Additionally, riding a motorcycle can be dangerous on roads with a lot of potholes or if you're riding in unsafe weather conditions. Below are some tips for staying safe while riding.
If you or your loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident in Wisconsin, working with a Milwaukee motorcycle accident attorney is in your best interest.
At Natasha Misra Law, we are equipped to offer the guidance you need to know whether you are entitled to compensation. We will provide the representation you need to pursue compensation if you qualify. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
As a motorcyclist, you’re exposed to multiple dangers while on the road. One significant challenge to your safety is other motorists. You do not necessarily have to be involved in a collision with a vehicle or another road user to suffer injuries. When you suffer injuries without contact with another vehicle, you might not be sure who should be held responsible for the accident. Fortunately, the law allows you to make a claim against the person who caused the accident and recover compensation for your injuries.
The events after the non-contact collision can adversely affect your case, so here’s what to do after the accident:
If you have been involved in a no-contact accident, you should first identify the driver’s vehicle license number. Noting the vehicle’s license plate makes it easier for you to make a police report. However, this may be impossible, particularly if you’re in a critical condition.
It’s essential to report to the police whether or not you captured the vehicle’s license plate. The at fault driver is most likely not going to admit fault even after filing the police report. Police will investigate the scene of the accident and provide a written report of what they observe.
A no-contact accident may be challenging to prove, especially when the at fault driver’s vehicle suffered no damage from a collision. Witnesses can help you prove that an accident happened and identify the driver responsible for the accident. A witness could be a pedestrian, a passenger, or another motorist who was not involved in the accident.
If you fail to identify the at-fault driver or gather witnesses, you might need to contact your insurance company and file for an uninsured motorist claim. It’s essential to understand that the insurance company may try to minimize the amount of compensation or argue that you were at fault. Therefore, you need to seek the help of a Milwaukee motorcycle accident attorney to help you gather witnesses and offer assistance with the insurance negotiations.
No-contact accidents can be more complex than typical collision accidents, especially when the at fault driver flees the scene of the accident. If you have been involved in a no-contact motorcycle accident, you need to contact a motorcycle accident lawyer. At Natasha Misra Law, we have helped other riders recover compensation from no-contact motorcycle accident cases.
Our attorneys have a wealth of experience and adequately understand the jurisdiction’s car accident laws. We will guide you through every step, from filing an insurance claim to the negotiations. Contact us online or give us a call at 414-635-2833 to schedule a consultation with our lead attorney, Natasha Misra.
My law practice is dedicated to helping people who have suffered injuries in accidents which were not their fault. Born and raised in Milwaukee, I come from a family of medical professionals. My background and experience help me understand and represent individuals injured in accidents.