3 Things To Do After A Motorcycle Accident

Posted on: 4 May 2018

If you own a motorcycle, you need to know what to do if you ever get into an accident. There are specific things you need to do in order to ensure that, if you want to file a personal injury claim in the future, you have the right information and resources to do so. These are all things that you should do yourself or have someone do for you.

Take Pictures

Pictures can be one of the best sources of evidence when you are involved in a motorcycle accident. After you have been in a motorcycle accident, take pictures of the accident scene. Be sure to take pictures of the directions that both vehicles were approaching from; your pictures will demonstrate where the vehicles were coming from as well as the condition of the road.

Take pictures of your motorcycle; take pictures from all angles, so that the damaged area of your motorcycle can be clearly seen.

You should also take pictures of any injuries that are visible. For example, if you have a big cut on your leg, take a picture of it. Not all injuries are visible to the naked eye, though, and that is okay.

Write Down Notes

As soon as you can, write down some notes about what happened. You are going to want to make sure that you write down the time of day that the accident occurred, and what the weather was like at the time of the accident. You are also going to want to write down everything that you saw and heard before and during the accident. Write down as many details as you can while they are still fresh in your mind.

Get Medical Attention

It is really important for you to get medical attention after a motorcycle accident. If you have to take your accident case to court, don't expect your own word to stand in for the word of a medical professional. Go to an emergency room, urgent care, or even your primary care doctor and get your injuries checked out. Get the medical care that you need, and make sure that during your visit it is well documented that your injuries were because of an accident.

If you own a motorcycle and you get into an accident, you are going to want to take pictures of the scene, write down everything you remember about the accident, and get medical attention right away. Doing these three things will strengthen any future personal injury claim that you decide to go forward with. For more information, contact your local motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible. 


Presenting Your Case

After I was involved in a serious car accident, I knew that there had to be something I could do to prove my case. I was being sued by the other drivers for causing the accident, when I knew that I wasn't at fault. Instead of laying down and paying the money that I knew I didn't owe, I decided to work with a personal injury attorney to present my case. My lawyer did everything they could to prove my innocence, and when I was vindicated a few months later, it was an amazing feeling. This blog is all about presenting your case with the help of an attorney.


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