$500,000 settlement for motorcycle crash broken leg
Steve Caya defeats insurance company in compensation dispute
Attorney Steve Caya’s client suffered a serious leg injury in an accident, 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.
As a former insurance industry attorney, Steve Caya knows how insurers view victims' claims and what it takes to make them pay an adequate settlement amount.
Two-thirds of motorcycle accidents are the driver's 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. Broken bones are always a serious injury. Understand and recover the compensation you really deserve after you've been hurt by someone else's negligence.
What motorcycle crash victims MUST understand before filing a lawsuit
These six aspects of motorcycle accident claims directly affect your compensation.
- Find out if you can sue after a motorcycle accident
- The right way to file a motorcycle injury claim in Wisconsin
- There's a time limit for filing motorcycle injury claims
- How long it takes for motorcycle accident claims to settle
- How much compensation motorcycle crash victims can get
- What happens if you file a motorcycle accident claim without a lawyer
Wisconsin has several car accident laws that affect how your claim is processed and what types of damages you can claim. The legal team working for the insurance company knows them backwards and forwards. Make sure your legal rights and financial future are protected, starting with a free consultation with Steve Caya.
Getting fair compensation for broken leg injuries
Knowing the average settlement for a broken tibia, femur, pelvis, hip, patella or ankle won’t compel an insurance company to up their offer.
Each and every broken leg claim is scrutinized by the insurer’s legal team with a view to minimizing their expenses. The quality of your legal representation is what makes the difference between a lowball payout and truly adequate compensation.
The best way to find out what your broken leg claim could be worth (including pain and suffering damages) is by talking to an attorney with a track record of fighting for—and winning—fair settlements for his clients.
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