Dealing with your bills after a motorcycle crash can be very stressful and overwhelming if you are not working while you are healing. If you are unable to work, you should immediately [...]
There is no exact answer to that question. How long a case takes depends on many factors including how the case happened, how many defendants are in the case, the extent of [...]
All medical costs should be paid for by your personal health insurance. Any co-pays that are required will have to be paid by you at the outset. If you are uninsured, depending [...]
You shouldn’t. But in the short term, until a personal injury lawsuit can be finalized, unfortunately these are costs that must be paid by you. With a successful personal injury claim, your [...]
No. No-Fault is excluded from accidents involving motorcycles. Therefore, if you have medical expenses as a result of a motorcycle accident, the bills should be submitted to your personal health insurance.
Sadly, many people who are involved in motorcycle crashes have such serious injuries that their lives and working careers are forever altered. In these cases, it is crucial to pursue a claim [...]
No. Typically, there is no charge for your consultation with an accident attorney. In fact, in NY, traditionally when you hire a personal injury lawyer to handle your claim, you will not [...]
After contacting a lawyer, the lawyer should conduct a full investigation as to how and why the crash occurred. This includes speaking with witnesses, obtaining the police investigation, obtaining photographs, considering all [...]
If there is damage caused to a vehicle in excess of $1,000, or if someone died in the crash, a DMV accident report is required to be filed within 10 days of the accident. [...]
Do I have to suffer a “serious injury” to sue the person who hit me if I’m injured in a motorcycle accident?
No. Because the no-fault law does not apply to motorcycle accidents, you do not need to prove that you’ve suffered a serious injury (as defined by NY law) to sue the driver [...]