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Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Winchester NV

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclists make up a large proportion of roadway fatalities. If you experienced a motorcycle accident in Winchester, Nevada, you may qualify to pursue compensation from the liable party, and a lawyer can help you seek a settlement. High Stakes Injury Law can offer you a free consultation during which you can discover your potential options for compensation.

We can help you identify the liable party, file an insurance claim, and even file a personal injury lawsuit or wrongful death lawsuit if necessary. We take on the task of pursuing compensation from start to finish while you rest and recover from your injuries. Reach a Winchester motorcycle accident lawyer at (702) 707-5934.

Liability for Motorcycle Accidents

Several parties can play a role in your motorcycle accident, and it is important to identify them at the beginning of your case. This way, you can establish a liable party based on evidence of negligence and pursue compensation from them.

It is not always easy to identify the liable party, though. What complicates matters further is that multiple parties may be liable for your injuries you experience in a motorcycle accident. A Winchester motorcycle accident lawyer can help with this.

Proving Negligence

Oftentimes, it is a single motorist who collides with a motorcyclist. All it takes is one simple negligent action on their part to cause irreparable losses for the victim. A driver may be distracted by a cellphone or operating their vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or they may have failed to yield the right of way when making a turn or merging onto a highway.

Even a driver’s failure to check their blind spot can be enough to cause an accident, especially since motorcycles are significantly smaller than a vehicle. In any of these instances, if they demonstrated negligent behavior while driving, they may have to compensate you for your losses. Evidence of their negligence may come from police investigations of the crash scene or investigations carried out by your lawyer.

The Motorcycle Manufacturer May Be at Fault

Like companies that make vehicles, motorcycle manufacturers are subject to guidelines and regulations that exist to keep the roads safe. When a manufacturer fails to uphold these legal standards, they become liable for any losses suffered by a victim whose accident was caused specifically by a manufacturer defect. For example, if a motorcycle’s brake system contains a mechanical flaw that prevents it from operating and the motorcyclist slams into the vehicle in front of it, the manufacturing company may bear liability.

Third-Party Drivers

In some instances, multiple cars factor into the situation. If the motorist who directly hit you does not bear liability, then a third-party motorist may become liable. For instance, in a three-car pile-up, the motorist in the rear may bear the liability if they caused the vehicle in front of them to hit you.

When multiple drivers are involved in an accident, it can further complicate the process of assigning liability. A Winchester motorcycle accident lawyer can look into your particular case to help determine who bears responsibility.

Recoverable Compensation

After you and your lawyer have identified the liable party, your lawyer will look into which forms of compensation apply to your case. Potentially applicable compensation may include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering (both past and future)
  • Lost wages
  • Burial expenses
  • Reduced earning capacity
  • Loss of consortium

Nevada’s Statute of Limitations

You do not have forever to bring legal action against a liable party. If an insurance claim does not fairly cover your losses, a lawsuit may better serve your pursuit for compensation. This process must occur within a certain time frame after your accident, though.

According to Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) §11.190(e), you only have two years from the date of the accident or the death of a loved one to file a personal injury lawsuit. This is not a long time, and negotiations with insurers could take longer than you expect. The sooner you begin seeking compensation, the better you can protect your legal rights if you need to pursue a lawsuit.

Consider hiring a Winchester motorcycle accident lawyer for help. They can ensure you file a suit within the statute of limitations if they begin working on your case early enough.

Why Hire an Attorney?

After a motorcycle accident, the last thing you may want to worry about is how you are going to approach the legal process. You can allow a lawyer from High Stakes Injury Law to pursue fair compensation on your behalf.

Along with investigating the case and identifying a liable party, they can negotiate with insurers and ensure you do not accept a settlement that would fail to compensate you fairly. They will take both your current and future losses into account, as well as your economic and non-economic damages.

Call Our Lawyers Today

With a lawyer on your side, you may rest a bit easier knowing that the legal process is being handled while you spend time with your loved ones and focus on your well-being. Give us a call at (702) 707-5934 for your free consultation with a team member. We do not charge upfront fees and only collect payment if we secure compensation for you.

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