6 Critical Questions Injured Motorcyclists Should Answer Explained in Recent Article by Dax Jones

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The latest article by Dax Jones lists several important questions that Bellevue motorcycle accident victims should answer before attempting to file a personal injury claim.

6 questions motorcycle accident victims personal injury claim

Dax Jones releases 6 simple questions for motorcycle accident victims about personal injury claims

Motorcycle accidents in which the motorcyclist was at fault are far less likely to find legal grounds for their personal injury claim.

Motorcycle accidents can leave victims in very serious and painful conditions. While it is wise to seek compensation for personal injuries, The Jones Firm recommends in their recent article that motorcycle accident victims review their answers to six critical questions before filing a personal injury claim.

The first question clarifies who was at fault in the accident. Motorcycle accidents in which the motorcyclist was at fault are far less likely to find legal grounds for their personal injury claim. The article goes on to state that, “If you were not at-fault in the motorcycle accident, this drastically increases your chances of receiving compensation. Your personal injury lawyer will most likely be able to file a personal injury claim that will compensate you for medical expenses incurred during your recovery, as well as other personal losses.”

The fourth question in the article considers whether the victim saw a doctor shortly after the accident. Personal injury claims with a large time-gap between the time of the accident and their next doctor’s appointment are weakened by the time lapse.

The article clarifies that, “The reason for this is because, if the time span between your accident and initial treatment is large, it will be difficult to prove that your injuries were actually sustained during the the accident.”

The final question asks if either party involved in the accident has insurance. The article explains that, “In order to successfully file a claim, at least one party involved in the accident must have insurance.”

If motorcycle accident victims can appropriately answer each question in the article, then the only thing remaining is for victims to locate a recognized and experienced personal injury lawyer who can help to make sure their needs are met.

For more information about filing a personal injury claim, or to learn more about Dax Jones and The Jones Firm, visit their website at http://www.bellevuetrialattorney.com/personal-injury-attorneys-bellevue-wa/.

About The Jones Firm:
Lead by Dax Jones, J.D., The Jones Firm is a Bellevue-based personal injury law firm, representing clients throughout Washington. The Jones Firm responds to their clients’ needs with a client-focused approach and an unyielding determination to exceed their clients’ expectations.
The Jones Firm
400 108th Avenue NE Suite 209
Bellevue, WA 98004
Phone: 425.372.7900

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