Average Compensation for a Motorcycle Accident: Here’s What You Need to Know

Every motorcycle accident is utterly unique, which makes pinpointing a compensation amount before the fact very difficult. If, however, another motorist’s negligence does leave you injured in a motorcycle accident, you need just compensation in order to regain your health and reach your fullest recovery. While your case and the associated compensation you receive will depend upon wide-ranging factors, there are some compensation basics that apply across nearly every motorcycle claim, and one of these basics is that working closely with an experienced Atlanta motorcycle accident attorney from the start is in the best interest of your health and your claim. 

Your Compensation

The compensation you seek can address your full range of damages, including:

  • Your medical expenses, which can range from emergency treatment through surgery and far beyond
  • Your lost earnings, which can extend to a slump in earning potential
  • Your physical and emotional pain and suffering, which can be significant
  • Property damage to your motorcycle

The damages you suffer can be immense, and a dedicated motorcycle accident attorney will strive to ensure that you receive compensation that justly addresses these damages. 

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Reach out to an Experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorney Today

Motorcycle accidents are some of the most dangerous accidents on our roadways, and if someone else’s negligence leaves you injured in this way, contact the accomplished motorcycle accident attorneys at Ahmad Injury Law for the help you need.


Do I really need a Motorcycle Attorney?

No, you aren’t required to hire an attorney, but having one in your corner can mean the difference between obtaining just compensation and not. 

What if I can’t afford a Motorcycle Attorney? 

The majority of reputable motorcycle accident attorneys work on a contingency basis, which means that you won’t owe anything until your claim settles or you receive a court award.

Won’t the insurance company cover my claim? 

While it’s true that the involved insurance company is paid to cover your motorcycle accident claim, it is nonetheless a for-profit enterprise that is very motivated to keep its settlement amounts low and its profits high.