7/25/2011The unfortunate truth is that juries are biased against motorcyclists. Motorcyclists are seen as reckless and irresponsible. If you have been injured in an Orange County motorcycle-car crash, you may be blamed for the accident even if the other driver is clearly at fault.
James E. Ballidis
James E. Ballidis
If you have been injured in a California motorcycle accident, you need to protect your injury claim. Our Orange County motorcycle lawyer suggest the following:
1. Stay at the scene of the accident until the police and emergency personnel arrive.
2. File a police report
3. Get contact information for the other driver and for any witnesses to the accident. Contact information should include: name, phone number, insurance company, and driver's license number.
4. If you are able to, take pictures of the accident scene, your injuries, and the damage to the vehicles.
5. Seek immediate medical attention for your injuries.
6. Don't discuss the accident with the other driver or the insurance adjustor.
7. Keep records of your property damage, medical care, and anything related to the crash.
8. Contact an Orange County motorcycle accident attorney.
An Orange County motorcycle accident attorney will be able to determine if your injuries were the result of negligence on the part of the other driver. He will help you file your claim and get the evidence you need to support your case.
Want to know more? Contact the Orange County motorcycle accident attorneys at Allen, Flatt, Ballidis and Leslie at 866-981-5596.
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