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Hiring a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer in Madison, Wisconsin

Driving a motorcycle in Wisconsin can provide an exhilarating experience. Riders love the rush of air on the open roads, and the sense of freedom riding provides. Still, riding can create much greater risks of injury than you have driving a car. If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, you will need a good Wisconsin Motorcycle Accident lawyer to help get you the compensation you deserve.

Motorcycle Injuries and Liability

Because a motorcycle does not provide the structural protection you get from a car, a crash on a motorcycle leaves you more likely to be injured. Further, the injuries you suffer are usually more severe. A crash can leave you exposed to cuts, broken bones, and injuries to your head and neck.

If another driver’s negligent driving causes your injuries, you may have a right to compensation. You will need to show that the other driver was not only at fault, but more at fault than you for the accident. 

Insurance Disputes

Most of the time, a liability policy for the other driver will pay for damages to your motorcycle, as well as medical costs you incur. All drivers in Wisconsin are required to carry liability insurance, specifically so you can be compensated in an accident. The insurance requirement is meant to make compensation for accidents relatively quick and smooth.

Before you accept a settlement, though, you should meet with an attorney to discuss your case. Insurance companies often offer quick settlements that cover some, but not all, of the damages you suffer. They may take into account your immediate injuries and damage to your motorcycle, but not include other damages like lost wages, the value of what you do at home, or other losses you suffer. The greater your injuries, the less likely an insurance settlement will be enough to compensate you for all of the damages you suffer. The attorneys at Eisenberg Law Offices can protect your right to full compensation for your injuries.