Motorcycle accidents in Arizona can leave you with incredibly high expenses. In the aftermath of a collision, it’s natural to wonder what damages you can collect for a motorcycle accident. An attorney can help you secure funds for your medical bills, property repairs, lost wages, and more.
A motorcycle accident lawyer in Phoenix can step in to review all your specific losses. Our team at Zanes Law understands these claims and fights to bring clients fair compensation after any collision.
You can find out more about potential damages and how to collect your compensation when you call or fill out our online contact form.
Healthcare costs generally represent a significant cause of concern for motorcyclists after a wreck. Motorcycles offer operators little protection, meaning bikers often sustain serious injuries, including concussions, broken bones, amputations, and paralysis.
Working with a lawyer can give you the opportunity to seek compensation to cover all of these losses. You may receive funds for your:
You may also receive compensation for any medications ordered by your doctor and the expenses associated with traveling to your medical appointments. Your lawyer can track all of these losses on your behalf.
A temporary or permanent disability may require modifying your house, property, and vehicles. For example, you may need to install ramps at your home if you require a wheelchair after your motorcycle accident.
In this situation, a motorcycle accident lawyer may include these damages in your claim for compensation. We’ll discuss these costs if they apply to your situation.
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Many motorcyclists must take time off work to recover from injuries caused by collisions. You may have to take weeks or months away from your job, depending on the severity of your injuries.
We can help you seek compensation for your lost:
Some injuries may leave you with a disabling condition. In this situation, we can consider a claim to bring you funds for your lost earning capacity.
You may qualify for additional compensation if your recovery prevented you from taking advantage of opportunities to advance your career. We’ll discuss all possible forms of compensation for lost pay when you contact us.
In some cases, you may qualify to receive compensation for any property damaged in your motorcycle accident. For example, the at-fault driver may have to cover the costs of any repairs to your motorcycle.
Sometimes, collisions total motorcycles due to the larger size of other vehicles on the road. In this situation, the negligent driver may have to cover the cost of replacing your destroyed vehicle.
Your attorney may also focus on other property damage caused by the wreck, like the destruction of any electronic devices. We’ll discuss all possible forms of compensation for your situation when you contact us.
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Our team may also help you secure non-economic damages after a motorcycle wreck. These losses do not directly correlate to financial expenses caused by your collision. They address the emotional pain and mental anguish you may experience after a wreck.
We take these losses seriously and can help you calculate their value after a collision.
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Motorcycle accidents frequently have deadly consequences in Arizona. If you lost a loved one in a collision, you may have a chance to file a wrongful death claim. This kind of legal claim can allow your family to secure funds to handle the financial burden of such a loss.
While a financial settlement cannot bring back your loved one, it can ease the pressure on your family and help you secure a sense of closure.
A Phoenix wrongful death lawyer may help you secure funds to cover funeral or burial expenses, your loved one’s medical costs, and your lost guidance and support.
Some states allow you to seek punitive damages after an accidental injury. These damages act as a way to punish the liable party and do not directly correlate to the losses caused by your motorcycle collision.
Arizona technically allows for punitive damages in some cases. However, the state only awards this form of compensation if someone causes injuries with an “evil mind.” Therefore, many people do not receive punitive compensation.
What damages can you collect for a motorcycle accident in Arizona? You may receive funds to cover your healthcare costs, lost wages, property damage, and pain and suffering. Our team at Zanes Law can discuss these forms of compensation in more detail.
You can review options to secure damages by calling or filling out our online contact form.
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