Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC
It’s no secret that motorcycles are dangerous. Most cyclists know this danger when they decide to operate a motorcycle. But, what many don’t know is that a lot of accidents involving motorcycles are not caused by the cyclists themselves, but others on the road.
Some drivers on the road are not aware of certain aspects of motorcycles on the road
The injuries that come with motorcycle injuries are as small as a broken bone and as serious as brain or spinal cord injury. With accidents causing permanent damage and life-altering conditions, it is important for all drivers to be knowledgeable of the danger they pose if they do not pay proper attention to motorcyclists.
You can file a claim if you were involved in a motorcycle accident and were not deemed the at-fault driver.
If you were operating the motorcycle when the accident occurred, and another driver on the road caused the accident, you are able to file a claim. You can also file a claim if you were a passenger on the motorcycle during the accident.
If the at-fault driver of the accident was the operator of the motorcycle and you were a passenger on the motorcycle at the time, you can file a claim against the motorcycle operator.
If your loved one was either the operator or passenger of the motorcycle and was killed in an accident, they are able to file a wrongful death claim, if the deceased was not at-fault.
Finding a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer in Hancock County
The personal injury attorneys at The Charles E. Boyk Law Offices can help you through this daunting process. We understand that this is overwhelming, and we are able to help you through the process.
Call for a free case evaluation with one of our experienced attorneys. We have dealt with similar cases, and have helped clients to collect anywhere from $100,000 to $250,000 for damages.
We can also offer you The Ohio Motorcycle Accident Book, which contains information to help you through the claims process. You can order it on our website, or call the office to redeem your copy.