$450,000 Settlement Reached for Motorcycle Accident
Motorcycle Accident Claim Results in Major Settlement
Steve represented a motorcyclist who was killed when a van pulled from a stop sign into the path of the motorcyclist.
Unfortunately, Steve’s client was intoxicated at the time of the incident, and it further appeared his motorcycle had defective brakes.
Steve was able to hire the appropriate experts who determined that even if sober, the motorcyclist did not have the opportunity to avoid the collision. The claim ultimately resolved for the sum of $450,000.
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Motorcycle accidents and what you can get
A fair settlement for injuries from your motorcycle accident hinges on whether you have a trial-tested attorney at your side with your best interests in mind. Steve Caya is a motorcyclist and an accident survivor. He understands what it's like and how crucial it is to receive adequate compensation for your injuries, medical bills, pain and suffering. He's also a former insurance industry attorney who knows how the other side works, and how to get them to pay.
Act NOW, file a claim and get the compensation you deserve.
Before filing a lawsuit there's a few things you should know.
These six aspects of motorcycle accident claims directly affect your compensation.
- Yes, you can sue after a motorcycle crash
- How to file a lawsuit after a motorcycle crash
- How long you have to file a motorcycle accident lawsuit after the event
- How long a motorcycle accident suit takes in (and out of) the courtroom
- Average motorcycle accident settlements in Wisconsin
- You can file a suit yourself, but it's better to get a lawyer
See examples of real personal injury cases and settlement amounts and contact Wisconsin's toughest no-win-no-fee motorcycle accident lawyer for a free evaluation of your claim. We're in Janesville, and will gladly come to you anywhere in Wisconsin to discuss your case.