$500,000 Settlement for a Fractured Leg in Motorcycle Accident
Steve Caya Defeats Insurance Company in Compensation Dispute
Attorney Steve Caya’s client was injured while riding a motorcycle in the City of Milwaukee.
The accident occurred when the defendant driver attempted a u-turn while pulling away from a parking stall. The insurance company claimed attorney Caya’s client was substantially at fault and denied all of the medical treatment received by the client. After attorney Caya filed suit in Milwaukee County and conducted depositions of the driver of the vehicle and the investigating officer, the insurance company changed its position and paid the policy limits of $500,000.
View personal injury case settlements and examples to see the six and seven figure payouts reached by Steve Caya's clients. And check out the 6 things it pays to know about motorcycle claim settlements in Wisconsin.
Two-thirds of motorcycle accidents are the drivers fault
Don't let someone else's mistake mean the end of your riding career: file a claim and get compensated for your bills and suffering.
Before filing a lawsuit there's a few things you should know.
Wisconsin operates under a shared fault law, meaning each person is held responsible for a portion of the liability in a car accident. If you weren't fully at fault for the crash, you are eligible to win compensation for your injuries in a settlement or lawsuit should it come to it. Here's a few more things you need to know about making a claim after an accident:
- Yes, you can sue after a car accident
- How to file a lawsuit after a car accident
- How long you have to file a car accident lawsuit
- How long a car accident suit takes
- You can file yourself, but don't - lawyer up!
- Average car accident settlements in Wisconsin