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What to Expect at Your Legal Consultation

Information We Will Need After Your Motorcycle Accident

If you suffered an injury in a motorcycle accident, we will provide a free legal consultation to help you understand your rights and options. Below, you will find a list of general information related to your accident. Bring as much of this information as possible to your meeting.

Do not be intimidated by the length of the list. Not every piece of information will apply to your accident. You don't need to provide all of this information right away; we will continue to investigate the facts of your case once you decide to pursue a claim or lawsuit.

Facts of the Motorcycle Accident

  • Date, Location, and Time
  • Street You Were Traveling On
  • Direction of Travel
  • Brief Description of the Accident
  • Your Speed at the Moment of Impact
  • The Other Driver's Speed

If there was a police report, please provide the report number, police station location, and telephone number of the station.

Additional Information

We also need some information about you, such as:

  • Your Name, Address, and Phone Number
  • Email Address
  • Date of Birth
  • Driver's License Number
  • Health Insurance Provider

Information About Your Motorcycle

  • Year, Make Model,
  • License Plate Number
  • Registered Owner
  • Location of Your Motorcycle
  • Is it drivable?
  • Impound Yard Number, if Applicable
  • Motorcycle Insurance Information

Information About the Other Driver

If possible, provide the following information about the at-fault driver:

  • Name, Address, Phone Number
  • Date of Birth
  • Driver's License Number
  • Vehicle Information
  • Amount of Damage to At-Fault Driver's Vehicle
  • Insurance Information

Lost Earnings

If you missed work because of your injuries, you may be able to collect financial compensation for your financial losses. Please provide information about your missed wages and employer. This includes your employer's name, your job title, your duties, your income, dates that you missed work.

Prior Personal Injury Claims

If you filed prior personal injury claims, we need to know when you filed the claim/lawsuit, the type of accident, and any injuries that you sustained. If you suffered a previous injury, the other side may try to use this information against you during the case. Our team can create a convincing strategy to rebut these accusations.

Bring Copies of the Following Paperwork

  • Your Driver's License
  • Motorcycle Registration
  • Proof of Insurance
  • Motorcycle Insurance "Declarations Page"
  • Your Health Insurance Membership Card

For additional information about your rights after a motorcycle accident, please contact our office today. We are available to take your call 24/7.