Indiana Motorcycle Injury Lawyers Who Ride
Kelly Law's Indiana Motorcylce Personal Injury Lawyers Handle Cases Throughout the State
Do you know an injured rider? Ask about our discounted fee for catastrophic injuries and remember we handle all motorcycle property damage claims for FREE. We are also the firm that gives back to the motorcycle community. Click our Helping the Community link to see how we sponsor charities and events big and small, from the Miracle Ride and Indiana Bike Week to local poker runs and American Legion rides.
Kelly Law Offices has the Indiana motorcycle lawyers who ride. Because we have motorcycle injury lawyers and staff who ride, we know what you face when you are out on the open road. We come prepared with every necessary resource for aggressive representation and litigation of your motorcycle accident case. Since some of our Indiana motorcycle accident attorneys and staff also ride, and since we have represented many injured Indiana motorcycle riders over the years, we have the experience necessary to represent fellow riders. We will settle your case when appropriate and fight it all the way through trial when necessary. We will investigate all of the facts to build your case and recover the compensation you and your family deserve. We have Indiana motorcycle accident reconstructionists to assist in our investigations and to recreate the motorcycle crash if needed. We understand what it takes to build a successful motorcycle accident case. Feel free to read our testimonials from past clients and ask about our settlements and verdicts.
Steps in Gathering Evidence for a Motorcycle Accident Claim
- If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, the first step is accurately assessing your safety and health. If you have received any injuries, call 911 immediately for assistance.
- Another reason calling 911 is important is that it will bring the police to the scene. Having the police come to the scene of the motorcycle accident as soon as possible allows them to talk to witnesses, talk to the other driver or drivers involved, and gather any and all information that may later benefit your claim.
- Be certain all of the other parties involved remain at the scene of the accident until cleared to leave and exchange all pertinent information with you and the police.
- Gather information, including names, phone numbers and addresses from all eye-witnesses or people in the area where the accident occurred and see if there is a video camera at the intersection that may show the motorcycle crash.
- Try to take pictures to preserve evidence, including the damage to your motorcycle, your physical injuries, the surrounding scene and the damage to the other vehicle. If you cannot take pictures, contact someone else to do it as quickly as possible.
- Make copies of everything: eyewitness accounts, photographs, medical records, insurance information and medical bills.
- Before giving a statement to the insurance company, it is imperative you contact an Indiana motorcycle injury lawyer at Kelly Law Offices.
Injured in a Motorcycle Accident
Following an Indiana motorcycle accident, it is important to collect all relevant information about your injuries and evidence of damage to your motorcycle. By having all of this evidence, you will greatly help your Indiana motorcycle personal injury lawyer when you file your claim or, if necessary, your lawsuit.
Contact the Indiana motorcycle accident lawyers at Kelly Law Offices at (800)-859-8800 to discuss your case. The call is FREE.
We serve all of Indiana with offices in Northwest Indiana and Indianapolis (by appointment). We represent riders in Northwest Indiana motorcycle accidents, Indianapolis motorcycle accidents, Ft. Wayne motorcycle accidents, Hammond motorcycle accidents, Marion County motorcycle accidents, Allen County motorcycle accidents, South Bend motorcycle accidents, Lake County motorcycle accidents, Muncie motorcycle accidents, St. Joseph County motorcycle accidents and anywhere else we are needed. Call one of our Indiana motorcycle personal injury lawyers today.