Schuler Law Office
HOW A MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYER CAN HELP YOU TODAY
If you or a loved one have been involved in a motorcycle accident in and around Louisville, Kentucky, you need professional representation in order to get what you deserve. The Schuler Law Office has the skill and experience needed in order to protect your rights. We understand the effect that a motorcycle accident can have on lives and have a proven track record of successfully winning cases like yours.
What Are Some Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents?
Some of the most common causes of motorcycle accidents in Kentucky include and are not limited to:
- Vehicle not under control
- Failure to yield right of way
- Following too close
- Misjudging distance
- Excessive speed for conditions (bad weather)
What Is the Insurance Laws Associated with Motorcycles in Kentucky?
Since 1975, Kentucky’s Motor Vehicle Reparations Act requires basis PIP coverage on all motor vehicles except motorcycles. This means that it is to be paid by the insurer of the vehicle in which the injured person is riding at the time of the accident, and that individual must sue in order to be re-paid essentially. This means that anyone who operates, registers, maintains, or uses a motor vehicle in Kentucky takes on the risk of being sued or the right to sue someone in these cases. A motorcycle accident lawyer can help.
What Things Can a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Help Me Get Compensated for in My Lawsuit?
We can help you get compensation for medical care, lost earnings or lost potential earnings, pain and suffering, and rehabilitation expenses.
What Are Some Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries?
Some of the most common injuries associated with motorcycle crashes include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Broken bones
- Internal organ damage
- Road rash
- Spinal cord injuries
- Wrongful death
We at Schuler Law Office investigate a motorcycle accident in order to preserve evidence that will help us to win your case. We offer experienced representation and fight aggressively to get you the fair compensation you deserve.