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Motorcycle Wrecks & Accidents

Louisville, Kentucky Motorcycle Wreck Attorneys

Motorcycle Wrecks

Injured on a Motorcycle? Motorcycle wrecks are often catastrophic for the riders. You know that drivers rarely look out for motorcyclists. We are going to look out for you.

Representing a motorcyclist has its challenges and it is important to consult with an attorney immediately to ensure your medical bills are being paid timely. Many motorcycle insurance policies don’t have the same coverages that basic car insurance does. It is important that injured riders contact a personal injury attorney immediately to verify what insurance coverages are available to pay for your lost wages and medical bills.

We will assist you in getting the claims set up with the various insurance companies that have responsibility regarding your loss. We work diligently and efficiently to prosecute your claim. It is very important that your claims are properly set up and managed so that your bills are paid timely and in the most efficient way to maximize your available benefits. We often coordinate between the at-fault driver’s auto insurer, your motorcycle insurer, and your health insurer. The paperwork can make your head spin. Let us help.

Stein Whatley Attorneys, PLLC can be a powerful tool for getting you back on your feet as quickly as possible after a motorcycle wreck.

Our goal is to ensure that you’re fairly compensated for the injuries and damages you’ve suffered, both physically and financially. We base our approach on your financial, physical, and emotional needs, and get things resolved quickly and effectively so that you can put your accident behind you as soon as possible. However, we are committed to taking your case to court in instances when insurance companies are acting improperly.

Call now for a free consultation with an attorney. 502.553.4750.

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Motorcycle wrecks accidents

Motorcycle Wrecks

“Motorcycle wrecks are often catastrophic to the rider.”