Proving Fault in a Motorcycle Accident
There are approximately 30 million motorcyclists who drive on freeways and highways in the United States. According to statistics from the National Road Safety Administration (NRSA), a motorcyclist is approximately 16 times more likely to die in an accident than an automobile driver. They are also three times more likely to suffer injuries than car passengers. For those involved in fatal motorcycle crashes, the main cause of death was a head injury.
Whatever the cause of your motorcycle accident, the question of whether the other driver was negligent and who is at fault is important. The scene of the accident and any road debris, slip marks or other evidence should be photographed and detailed immediately. Witnesses should be interviewed, and an expert, like Maryam Parman and her associates, should negotiate with the insurance companies to make sure you do not get a settlement worth less than what you deserve.
Many times, insurers do not even mention the fact that motorcycle accidents are often accompanied by serious injuries that may require surgery and prolonged treatments. With more than 30 years of experience, Parman and her team will do whatever is necessary to investigate in detail the cause of your motorcycle accident.