Protect Your Rights — Call John Bales Attorneys.
Your decisions immediately after your accident are vital not only to your health and well-being, but also to your chances of getting the compensation you deserve. At John Bales Attorneys, our motorcycle accident attorneys know that there is a limited amount of time to begin building your case. That is why you should call us right away.
If you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident that was not your fault, let us put our experience to work for you—just dial (800) 225-5564 or fill out a free initial consultation form. We want to do everything we can to help you move forward with your life.
Take These Steps after Your Motorcycle Accident
There are a few important steps that you should take after your motorcycle accident to help protect your health and your rights:
- Seek medical attention.If you or anyone involved in the accident is seriously injured, call 911 right away. Even if you do not think you suffered severe injuries, you should still see a doctor, as some injuries—like road rash—can get worse over time.
- Collect contact information.If possible, speak to the other driver and get his or her name, phone number, address, and insurance information. You also should ask any witnesses for their contact information.
- Write down what happened.While the accident is still fresh in your memory, take a few minutes to sit down and write a description of what happened. Include details such as your speed, the road conditions, and the behavior of any other drivers around you.
- Call John Bales Attorneys.By compiling your medical records, collecting witness statements, and piecing together your account of the accident, our law firm can help build a strong case for you.
The experienced motorcycle accident lawyers at John Bales Attorneys know how stressful and uncertain the aftermath of a motorcycle accident can be for you and your family. It is our goal to keep you up to date on the progress we are making on your case. Do not wait another day to let us start on your claim—call now.