What should I do if I didn’t lay down my bike in an Annapolis, MD motorcycle crash, but still became injured?
It’s unfair if you become injured in an Annapolis, MD motorcycle crash, particularly when it’s not your fault. Along with all of the stress of dealing with the insurance company, you likely also have anxiety over your injuries and vehicle damage. When you know what to do after the accident, however, you may be able to quell those concerns.
Visit a Doctor
The most important thing you can do if you are injured in a Maryland motorcycle accident is to visit a doctor. Your health is imperative right now and seeing a physician can help you to feel better as soon as possible. The doctor will also document your issues and the treatments that were used to attempt to help them. These documents could help you if you take your case to court.
Take the Doctor’s Advice
Going against your doctor’s orders could impede your recovery time from your Anne Arundel County motorcycle wreck, and even make your injuries worse. Additionally, not heeding his instructions could hurt your case. If the defense has proof that you didn’t follow your doctor’s orders, you may not receive the compensation you could otherwise.
Hire a Lawyer
All too often victims of Annapolis motorcycle accidents end up paying for the medical expenses and vehicle repairs that stem as a result of the crash. If you have a laywer on your side, however, you reduce your odds of having to pay for these costs yourself. An attorney may be able to get you the compensation you are entitled to.
Call Jimeno & Gray, P.A., at (410) 590-9401 to speak with an attorney about your Annapolis, MD motorcycle crash. We will do all we can to help you during this time and to help you get the money you need to pay for your expenses.
Request your free copy of the book A Crash Course in Maryland Accidents, written by attorney Gregory Jimeno, when you call.
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