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San Jose Motorcycle Accidents - FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can bring a claim or lawsuit after a San Jose motorcycle accident?

Any injured party, such as the driver of the motorcycle or the passenger, may file a claim in the wake of a San Jose motorcycle accident. If you have questions about whether you have grounds for a claim or lawsuit, you can always call an attorney at our offices at 408-777-8867. Your initial consultation is free!

Who can be held responsible?

The responsible party in a motorcycle accident will vary depending on who actually caused the accident. This is most often a driver, but may also be the manufacturer of a defective auto or motorcycle part or even the local government if poor road design or construction is to blame.

What does insurance coverage have to do with my case?

The majority of motorcycle accident claims are paid by insurance companies. Without insurance coverage, there would rarely be a source from which to recover financial compensation.

What if I was in an accident with an uninsured motorist?

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident with an uninsured motorist, there may be other options in recovering financial damages. Your attorney can look to your own insurance policy as well as to other potential resources, such as an umbrella insurance policy that the other driver may hold, or a similar situation.

Is it important to work with an attorney?

Working with a San Jose motorcycle accident attorney is important, as this helps to ensure you are treated fairly by the insurance company and that you have the chance to immediately file a lawsuit if this is necessary to seek the fair compensation you may deserve. People without legal counsel may be at risk of being offered an unfair claim amount or possibly having their claim denied or even having the liability of the accident placed on their shoulders.

I think I may have been at fault. Should I still talk to a lawyer?

Yes. It is always a good idea to talk to a lawyer about your case, even if you believe you were at fault. In some cases, a thorough investigation may reveal that you were only partially at fault or were not to blame at all. A lawyer can keep this window open for you to help you avoid being held liable.

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