How To Find A Motorcycle Accident Lawyer In Ohio
After a motorcycle accident, finding an Ohio motorcycle accident lawyer is easy. The tough part though is finding the right Ohio motorcycle accident lawyer. Truthfully, not all lawyers are equal. You need an attorney who knows, specifically, how to handle an Ohio motorcycle accident case.
Although many lawyers will offer you representation for your case, it is crucial to choose a lawyer that handles serious motorcycle accident injury cases every day and that also has significant experience and expertise in representing many types of injury victims. Lawyers that lack this knowledge and experience may not be familiar with or even understand the many laws, regulations, and technicalities that are involved with an Ohio motorcycle injury case. This could cost you big when it comes time to settle your case.
Our Ohio motorcycle accident lawyers will give you honest answers to all of your questions. For almost thirty years, the attorneys at the Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC have been representing injured motorcyclists and passengers in Ohio. We have obtained significant Ohio motorcycle accident settlements and jury verdicts for our injured clients. We have attained so much respect from the insurance companies that we are able to settle more than 95% of our cases without even going to court. Below are just a few examples of settlements we have gotten for our clients:
- $250,000 (Policy limits) – Man’s face is crushed in Ohio motorcycle accident.
- $250,000 (Policy limits) – Father of two injured in a motorcycle accident.
- $100,000 (Policy limits) – Motorcycle passenger is thrown from the bike, survives life support.
- Confidential Settlement – Man threw from the bike after boot becomes stuck in a broken ring on a gas lid at a gas station.
To learn more about how you can win the top motorcycle accident settlement for your case, just complete our contact form or call to speak with one of the Ohio motorcycle accident lawyers at the Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC. We can begin working on your case immediately and gather the evidence and witness statements necessary to win and settle your case.