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Maryland Motorcycle Accidents Are More Common Than You May Think


Motorcycles are one of the most exciting and satisfying ways to travel, but they can also be one of the most dangerous. If you have been in a motorcycle accident in Maryland, you are not alone. In fact, there are over 1,500 motorcycle accidents in Maryland each year. Nearly all of these resulted in injury to the motorcyclist. Motorcycle injuries can be particularly catastrophic given the lack of protection that motorcyclists have in comparison to drivers. While cars and trucks have hard exteriors that do a good job of protecting the drivers and passengers inside, the lack of these exteriors can be a death sentence to those on motorcycles.

What to Do if You’re In a Maryland Motorcycle Accident

In the aftermath of a motorcycle accident, you may be overwhelmed with physical pain, debilitating injuries, mounting hospital bills, and an abundance of expenses related to the accident. It can be hard to think beyond the next moment, let alone the course of legal action that you would be best off pursuing. The best thing you can do in this situation is consult with a Maryland Motorcycle Accident Attorney as soon as possible. An attorney will be able to review the facts and circumstances of your accident to determine what your approximate damages are and what your best path to recovery is. Your attorney can also take over communications with the insurance claims adjuster to help level the playing field and avoid many of the pitfalls that commonly cost motorcyclists a fair settlement.

Can I Sue for a Motorcycle Accident in Maryland?

If you have been seriously injured and suffered financial harm in a motorcycle accident that was not your fault, you can likely bring a personal injury lawsuit to recover for the harm that you have suffered. Liability is generally determined by the insurance companies, which rely heavily on the police report. Retaining counsel early on after the accident can help ensure that an accurate determination of liability is reached. If the other driver is found to be liable for the crash then they will be held financially accountable for any damages that you incurred as a result. This includes medical expenses, lost wages, property damages, and compensation for pain and suffering.

Schedule a Consultation with Berman, Sobin, Gross, LLP

If you have been injured in a Maryland motorcycle accident that was not your fault, and you have suffered financial damages as a result, the experienced Maryland motorcycle accident attorneys at Berman, Sobin, Gross, LLP will fight to ensure that you get the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.


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