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When Is It Necessary to Go to Trial for a Motorcycle Case?

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Not all motorcycle accident cases are going to need to go to court, but it is important to know the difference and be prepared for when you do have to go to court. As a motorcycle injury lawyer, we at Payer Law in Orlando have seen many different kinds of motorcycle cases including ones that needed to be taken to the court and others that did not require that step. To learn what makes the distinction between a case that must be taken to court and a case that can be settled in another manner, contact the motorcycle accident attorney, Payer Law.


What Makes It Necessary to Go to Court?


Not all motorcycle accident cases are going to go to court. As a matter of fact, many of them will not go to court simply because much of the negotiation is done outside of court. Taking legal action—on the part of the victim and on the part of the insurance company—can be expensive and many insurance companies will seek to settle prior to reaching that point in escalation.

The way that it typically works is that the insurance company will offer you a certain amount of money as compensation. This number will typically be much lower than you may have expected because the insurance company will usually not want to pay out for all the costs that you incurred as a result of the accident. If the settlement is inadequate for what occurred during the accident, you can begin to take legal action against the responsible party.

Even after you choose to do this, you will not have to go to court immediately. Rather, the responsible party and their insurance may choose to offer you a better settlement before the trial begins in order to avoid losing in the trial itself. This offer, too, may be inadequate and insufficient for the amount of damages that you have financial responsibility for. It is at this point then that you can take the responsible party and their insurance company to trial.


Do You Need a Motorcycle Injury Lawyer?


If you have been in a motorcycle accident, you can speak to us at Payer Law for assistance with your case. We are a motorcycle accident attorney with experience and we know how to make sure that you get the compensation that you need when you need it rather than waiting for a trial to finally force the responsible party into compliance. To learn more about what we can do for you, contact us at Payer Law.


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We at Payer Law in Orlando take motorcycle accidents seriously and we know the kind of trauma that they can bring to those who are victim to it. As a motorcycle injury lawyer, we have seen many motorcycle accidents and know which are going to end up needing to go to court. To learn more and speak to a motorcycle accident attorney with expertise, contact us at Payer Law.

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