Insurance Companies and Motorcycle Accidents
A Laredo motorcycle accident attorney explains common problems
Insurance companies and motorcycle accidents can be a complicated combination in Texas. That's because some insurance companies think all motorcyclists are reckless thrill seekers who cause every accident they're involved in.
We know the truth. We know that most motorcyclists are law-abiding citizens who follow the rules of the road. Instead, it's other drivers who cause most collisions involving motorcyclists. That's why John R. Solis, Attorney at Law takes these cases so seriously.
When you have an experienced motorcycle accident attorney and our legal team on your side, you can take an aggressive approach towards insurance companies after your accident. You can demand that they take your case seriously and fairly compensate you.
Common problems motorcyclists face
There are so many legal issues that can come up with insurance companies after your motorcycle. Some of the most common issues include:
- The other driver's insurance company claims you caused the collision.
- The insurance company denies your motorcycle accident claim.
- The insurance company makes a lowball settlement offer.
- The insurance company puts pressure on you to accept their offer right away.
- You are told the insurance company can't pay you a penny more than their initial offer.
We know the games insurance companies play. We know how to take them on and win.
We can help you demand justice
Evidence builds strong legal cases. Insurance companies know this. That's why they often launch an investigation right away after a serious motorcycle accident. They're often searching for clues they can use to reduce or deny your claim.
They don't intimidate us. That's because we know how to thoroughly investigate accidents as well. As your attorney, we will get straight to work on your case - analyzing accident reports, tracking down witnesses, visiting the accident scene itself and often consulting with accident reconstruction experts in many cases.