We start by independently investigating the facts of your accident so we can make the best case.
People are 26 more times likely to die in a motorcycle accident than a passenger car.
Motorcyclists are unfortunately susceptible to catastrophic injury and even death, and these kinds of cases often come with a variety of challenges that are unique to motorcycles, like inaccurate witnesses, jury biases and complicated injuries.
The attorneys at Tabor Law provide you with the representation you want, to help you through the often complicated claim process. With a deep knowledge of motorcycle laws in the state of Indiana, we set out to secure the most accurate accounts of the accident through a rigorous investigation process to ensure you are awarded the compensation you deserve. If you or a loved one was injured in an Indiana motorcycle accident, contact Tabor Law today. The thrill of the open road doesn’t apply when you’re trying to navigate the insurance process. Get the direction you need today, starting with a free consultation.
Common Questions That
We Can Help You Answer:
The accident wasn‘t my fault, but I wasn’t wearing a helmet. Can I still file a claim?
Yes. In Indiana, an adult rider is not required by law to wear a helmet. While wearing a helmet may have reduced the amount of damages suffered, you are still entitled to compensation.
I was a passenger on a friend’s motorcycle, and my friend was at fault. What should I do?
You should consider bringing a claim against the driver/operator even if he is your friend or acquaintance. Chances are he is insured, and your claim can be resolved without the necessity of filing a suit against your friend or acquaintance.
Are there different laws for motorcycles?
No. A motorcycle has the same rights as a passenger vehicle.
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