Depending on the circumstances, if someone should rear end you then you would make a claim with their insurance company and continue to treat. Hire a local personal injury attorney to handle your claim while you focus on getting better.
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Simple, contact a local and qualified personal injury litigation attorney asap. Good luck.
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If you were injured you should immediately seek medical care. Before you speak with anyone else about the accident you should consult with a personal injury attorney in your area.
You should consult with a local, experienced personal injury attorney who can discuss your options with you and determine how much insurance is available to cover your damages, including medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, property damage, etc.
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Very important to document your loss. There are 2 claims: property damage and bodily injury. Property damage entails removal cost of the motorcycle, storage charge for it while the damage is assessed, repair to it, loss of use to it, diminished value. Bodily injury claim entails past and future medical expense, wage loss and diminished earning capacity, and pain and suffering. After you reach maximum medical improvements you would need to negotiate your claim with the at-fault's insurer. Above is a very very simple synopsis. Contact an experienced attorney who can explain your issues and concerns in details.
Hire an attorney. You will pursue the other driver and his/her liability coverage. Also, depending on your state's law, you may have coverage under your motorcycle insurance policy; med pay or uninsured coverage.
You need to continue your medical treatment and consult with an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. I have over 20 years of experience and knowledge of representing my clients and getting them the settlements they deserve after serious injuries. Feel free to use the links provided to learn more about your options moving forward. Best of luck.
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