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Do I Have A Montana Motorcycle Accident Case?

Do I Have A Montana Motorcycle Accident Case?

Motorcycle accidents are a common occurrence on roads all across America. In 2017, there were around 90,000 motorcycle accidents in the United States. They aren’t just like any other motor vehicle accident, however. With little separating them from the road, bikers are at risk of injuries that are more severe than those commonly found in other motor vehicle accidents.

Injuries From Motorcycle Accidents

Bikers are at an increased risk of head, neck, and spine injuries, all of which can lead to lifelong disability and expensive medical bills. They are also at great risk of a variety of lower body injuries, as well as broken bones and road rash.

Any of these injuries can put a large financial and emotional strain on you and your family. And medical bills can continue for years, putting your family’s future in jeopardy. That’s why it’s important that you know the true extent of your rights and the compensation you may be entitled to.

Do You Have A Strong Case?

If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident, you may be wondering if you have a strong case. You may feel that the other party was at fault, and that you are owed compensation for the injuries they caused. But you may not know where to start seeking damages.

At Glacier Law Firm, we have years of experience working with motorcycle accident claims and lawsuits. We can help you determine if you have a case, and how much compensation you should receive for your injuries, lost income, and damaged property. You should focus on your recovery, and let us handle the rest.

Estimating The Value Of Your Motorcycle Accident Case

After a motorcycle accident, it can be difficult to know right away what your case is worth. There are many different factors that go into estimating the value of your claim or lawsuit, and these can vary greatly depending on the accident. The severity of your injuries and your recovery time, the amount of lost income, and the extent of  damage to your property all affect how much compensation you could receive.

Who Was At Fault In The Accident?

Negligence is also a factor that will determine the value of your case and how much you can demand from the other party. If the other party is found to be entirely responsible for the accident and all of your injuries, then you will be more likely to receive full compensation that will cover your medical bills, lost income, and damage to your property. If you are partially or entirely at fault for the accident, your case may be worth less.

If you are filing a claim or a lawsuit after a motorcycle crash, you should consult an experienced Montana motorcycle accident lawyer who can evaluate your case. Not every accident will require legal action, but a lawyer can advise you on what steps you should take to file a claim. If your case is more complex, a lawyer can help you navigate the many legal options available to you.

The calculations to determine what you are owed can be quite complex. Focus on your recovery, and let an experienced attorney handle the numbers. At Glacier Law Firm, we work with your doctors, gather evidence from accident reports, and speak to insurance companies to estimate the value of your case and get you the maximum payout allowed by law.

Statute of Limitations For Seeking Damages After A Motorcycle Accident

If you are looking to seek damages related to your motorcycle accident, it is important that you take action quickly. Every state has a different statute of limitations for how long after the accident you can file a civil action lawsuit. In Montana, the limit is three years after the date of the accident. This deadline is not flexible, and there are rarely exceptions. If you miss it, your case will likely be dismissed and you could be at risk of not receiving any compensation for the accident.

Motorcycle Accidents In Montana

Motorcycle accidents lead to many injuries and fatalities every year throughout the United States, and Montana is no exception. The number of accidents has been on the rise in recent years, leading to an ever growing number of fatalities and serious injuries.

And one of the major reasons for the extent of injuries is that people don’t wear helmets. It is estimated that 65% of bikers in Montana do no wear helmets, putting themselves at risk of severe injury and death.

If you ride a bike, it is always important to wear a helmet, no matter how short of a ride you are going on. It can dramatically decrease the risk of a severe injury and save your life.  And if you are in an accident, your case may be worth more if you demonstrate that you were taking reasonable safety precautions while on your motorcycle. Otherwise, you may be deemed partially at fault for the accident, which could lead to a smaller payout, and the possibility that you can’t cover your medical costs.

A Montana Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Who Will Fight For You

Contact a lawyer immediately so that you can begin taking the steps you need to build a strong case. The period after an accident can be confusing and difficult for you and your family. That’s why you need an experienced attorney to guide you through the process and help you get the compensation that will cover your medical bills and lost income. Your first priority should be your recovery and getting back to work. Let a skilled attorney handle the rest.

At Glacier Law Firm, we are Montana personal injury lawyers who give you the personal attention you’ll need to build the strongest possible case. We don’t settle for less than you deserve, fighting to win you the maximum payout to ensure that you and your family are financially stable. Contact us today, or fill out our free case evaluation form to see how we can help your case.


Hi I'm Darin Westover, attorney at Glacier Law Firm. If you've been injured in an accident you've come to the right place. We're here to get you the compensation you deserve.

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