Wisconsin Attorneys for Motorcycle Accident Injuries
Motorcycles in Wisconsin are a tradition. More than a means of getting from A to B they are a way of life. Without the exterior of a car to offer any protection, riders are more exposed significant injury when something goes wrong. Even at lower speeds, motorcycle collisions can cause debilitating injuries. If you have fallen victim to another person’s recklessness while riding your motorcycle, the attorneys at GCW can help.
Motorcycle Accident Victims Can Recover Damages For:
- Disfigurement and scarring
- Pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and interference with family relationships
- Emotional distress
- Lost wages, future earnings and earning capacity
- Past, present and future medical bills
- Wrongful death
At Gingras, Cates & Wachs, our experienced team of motorcycle accident lawyers understands the unique legal hurdles facing motorcycle drivers after an accident. Our staff understands what it takes to make sure that an injured motorcycle driver receives just compensation for injuries in an accident. We make sure that you can focus on getting things back on track and healthy, while we handle resolving your claim against the other driver and their insurance company.
Contact one of our three Wisconsin-based law offices for a free consultation.
- Madison: 608-833-2632 or toll-free at 888-357-7661
- Milwaukee: 414-7787-0700 or toll free at 888-357-7661
- Eau Claire: 715-839-9500 or toll free at 888-357-7661
Motorcycle Accident FAQ
I was involved in a motorcycle accident, what should I do?
2) Next, you should open a claim with your auto insurance carrier and the other driver’s insurance carrier. If the other driver’s insurance company calls, which they will, wanting a statement—do not give them one. You are not obligated to. If you have been injured, first seek the representation of an attorney before ever providing a statement to the other person’s insurance company.
3) Finally, call Gingras, Cates & Wachs for a free, no risk case consultation.
Will the person who caused my motorcycle accident injury be punished?
What is negligence when it comes to motorcycle accidents?
What if a person dies from injuries caused by a motorcycle accident before bringing a lawsuit?
Do I still have a claim if my health insurance paid my medical bills?