Salt Lake City Multiple-Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
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Forty-two percent of 2014 motorcyclist deaths occurred in single-vehicle crashes, while 58 percent occurred in multiple-vehicle crashes. After a multiple-motorcycle crash, everyone looks to blame everyone else, and it’s often hard to prove who’s at fault.
To make matters worse, insurance companies can have caps on payouts, and you might get less for your damages than you deserve, while someone less deserving walks away with more. A Salt Lake City multiple-motorcycle accident lawyer from Craig Swapp & Associates will know how to represent your case in the best light possible.
Since motorcycles balance on two wheels, it just takes one negligent move by one rider, and a chain reaction can ensue.
Some of the most common motorcycle accident causes that can lead to multiple-motorcycle collisions are listed below. We can investigate if any of these factors caused your crash and help you determine precisely who was at fault for your accident.
Consulting with a range of medical specialists for your injuries can be extremely expensive. Make sure to attend all of your scheduled appointments to demonstrate that you took your health seriously after your accident. When you seek damages, you want to have documentation so you can get all of your current and future visits covered by your settlement.
Some of the more common injuries suffered in Utah motorcycle wrecks are listed below:
In order to present the most convincing scenario to the insurance adjusters, one of our attorneys can gather all the necessary evidence to get the best settlement. If the insurance companies won’t offer enough to compensate you for your multiple-motorcycle accident, we can file a lawsuit on your behalf.
Craig Swapp & Associates is here to help get you through the aftermath of a crash and to look out for your best interests. Call and speak to one of our knowledgeable staff members at 1-800-404-9000 and we’ll take care of the details while you heal. If you aren’t able to call, simply fill out our online form below in order to arrange a meeting.
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