Motorcycle drivers are extremely vulnerable on the road because they aren’t protected from the elements of the outside world. Injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident can be serious and one of our motorcycle accident attorneys in Boston can help you to get compensation you deserve for your damages and injuries. If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle wreck, it’s important that you retain legal counsel as soon as possible to begin filing a personal injury lawsuit in Massachusetts.
As you take the time you need to heal, we can represent you and speak on your behalf in all legal proceedings pertaining to your case. The statute of limitations for motorcycle accidents in Massachusetts is three years for personal injury cases (this is from the date of the crash. This means that a personal injury lawsuit must be filed by this three-year deadline. This lawsuit will help you to recover compensation for your damages and injuries.
What a Motorcycle Crash Lawyer Can Recover in a Personal Injury Claim
Our motorcycle accident attorney can help our legal clients to recover maximum compensation. If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle accident, you can receive actual or compensatory damages, which are compensation for losses that you have suffered because of your injuries. Economic ones are medical bills, vehicle replacement cost or lost work time. Noneconomic damages can include pain and suffering, disability and more.
Call to Schedule a Consultation with a Motorcycle Accident Attorney in Boston Today
If you’ve been accused or charged with a crime, it’s important that you contact our Boston law firm as soon as possible. You can schedule a legal consultation with our motorcycle accident attorney to explain your side of the story. At the Law Offices of Brett Levy PC, our legal team is always ready to help you to get you the outcome you’re looking for. We serve the cities of Cambridge, Lowell, Brockton, Worcester, Somerville, Malden, Quincy, Lynn, Newton, and Waltham, Massachusetts, and we are eager to serve you. Call us today to schedule a consultation at (617) 338-2700.