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Virginia Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Experienced Virginia Motorcycle Accident Lawyer In Virginia Beach, Chesterfield County, Henrico County, and Throughout VA

Virginia Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Many people love to ride motorcycles not just because they are a convenient means of transport but also because the experience is exhilarating. However, motorcycles present a great deal of risk. Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries. This is because the rider’s body takes the full impact of the collision or fall. Riders often suffer life-altering injuries. This means that these accidents often result in expensive treatments and extensive time off work. It’s even more important to have a Virginia motorcycle accident lawyer defending your rights to compensation. 

Attorney Drew Page is committed to defending victims of motorcycle accidents. He has extensive experience representing clients in complex cases and successfully recovering compensation on their behalf. He is an experienced trial lawyer and is willing to fight to the bitter end to protect his clients’ rights to compensation.

Contact us today and book your free strategy session to learn how attorney Drew Page can help you with your motorcycle accident case. 

Compensation that Virginia Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Drew Page can Help You Recover 

Experienced Virginia motorcycle accident lawyer Drew Page has seen the devastation that motorcycle accidents have on their victims and their loved ones. He will fight to recover full compensation for your injuries and damages including: 

Medical expenses 

These include expenses related to the treatment of injuries sustained during the accident such as surgeries, ER visits, doctor’s appointments, medical equipment such as crutches and wheelchairs as well as medications. 

The cost of rehabilitation 

This includes the cost of physical therapy appointments.

Long term care costs 

If your injury has resulted in a disability, you may be eligible for compensation for the cost of long term personal care. 

Lost wages 

This covers income that you would have earned during the period that you have been out of work while recovering. 

Lost capacity to earn 

If your injuries have resulted in permanent disabilities that prevent you from earning at the same level of income as you did prior to the accident or from earning anything at all, you may be eligible for this type of compensation. 

Pain and suffering 

This is given as compensation for physical pain resulting from the injuries and treatments. It is also awarded for psychological trauma or suffering. 

Loss of quality of life

If you have suffered a life-altering injury that interferes with your ability to engage in day-to-day activities such as personal care or hobbies that you previously had, you may be eligible for this type of compensation. 

How a Virginia Motorcycle Accident Lawyer can Help You with Your Claim 

If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, you should get in touch with a Virginia motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible. An experienced attorney will: 

Review your case 

Attorney Drew Page offers free case reviews for motorcycle accident victims and their loved ones. He will go over the evidence and guide you on your legal rights, the options available to you, and the best way to recover compensation. 

Build your case 

An experienced attorney will not only revive your case but also gather evidence to support your claim. This includes police accident records, witness accounts, expert witness statements, medical records, and traffic camera recordings. We will identify the responsible party and hold them accountable. 

Defend your interests and rights 

Attorney Drew Page will defend your rights and interests throughout the process. He will negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company. He will even go to trial to defend your case if a reasonable settlement cannot be reached. 

Attorney Drew Page will provide you with the guidance and support you need during this difficult time. Contact him today for a free strategy session. 

Consult with an Experienced Virginia Motorcycle Accident Lawyer for Free

If you or a loved one has been involved in a motorcycle accident in Virginia, it is vital that you seek the guidance of an experienced Virginia motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible after the accident. Motorcycle accident claims can quickly become complex and you could find that you are denied the compensation that is rightly yours. At our firm, you can consult with an experienced attorney for free. You will learn what your legal rights are and what options are available to you. This is a great opportunity to have all your concerns about recovering compensation addressed by an experienced and knowledgeable attorney. 

Contact us today to book your appointment for a free strategy session. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Motorcycle Accident Cases In Virginia 

Can I still recover compensation if I was partially responsible for the motorcycle accident?

In Virginia, if you are found to have contributed to the accident, you will not be able to recover damages for your accident. Virginia is one of the five states in the country that recognizes pure contributory negligence defense. This means that if you were found to be partially responsible for an accident, you will be prohibited from recovering compensation for your damages. That means even if you were 1 percent responsible for causing the accident, you will not be able to recover damages. It is therefore important to speak with an experienced Virginia motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible after your accident to protect your right to compensation.

How long do I have to file a claim for a motorcycle accident?

The statute of limitations on motorcycle accidents in Virginia is two years. This time is counted from the date of the accident. However, this period can be extended if the victim of the accident is a minor. The statute of limitations will begin from the date of their 18th birthday. They will therefore have two years from their 18th birthday to file a claim. If the accident resulted in the death of the motorcyclists, the survivors have two years within which to file a wrongful death claim. This period begins from the date of the death of the victim.

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