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Enterprise Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Being involved in a motorcycle crash in Enterprise can turn your world upside down. Following the crash there are myriad actions that must be accomplished: reports need to be filed with insurance companies, statements must be given to law enforcement and insurance company employees, medical appointments must be kept, and (if the crash was the result of another’s fault) a lawsuit must be timely filed. Adding to the stress is the fact that Las Vegas motorcyclists involved in crashes tend to suffer injuries that are much more severe than occupants of a passenger motor vehicle. Call Ladah Law Firm today so we can help you through this: 702-252-0055.

If your motorcycle crash was the result of another’s fault, it is in your best interests to speak with an Enterprise motorcycle accident attorney. In many cases, you can recover compensation for the losses you experienced. Call an experienced attorney right away for a consultation: 702-252-0055


Steps in a Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit

Many people are confused or uncertain about how their individual motorcycle accident case will progress through court. Not knowing what to expect can increase your stress during this time and lead to anger and frustration. Motorcyclists who are injured and who file a lawsuit can expect their case to follow this general procedural outline:


  • Initial pleadings. Either you or your attorney (if you hire one) will file initial pleadings with the court. This document sets forth your version of the facts, why you believe those facts entitle you to compensation, and what compensation you are seeking. These papers are then filed with the court and given to the defendant, who has an opportunity to respond to you. In some cases, if the defendant believes you caused him or her injury, the defendant can file a counterclaim seeking damages against you.
  • Discovery and Pretrial. The case next enters what is referred to as the discovery stage. This is an evidence-gathering stage that can last for several months or, in some extreme cases, years. The purpose of this stage is for each of the parties to exchange information about the evidence they have and to gather evidence of their own to support their claims. Here witnesses to the crash may be interviewed or deposed, photographs may be collected, and expert witnesses (such as accident reconstructionists) can be consulted. The attorneys may also ask the court to enter certain orders governing the trial.
  • Trial. After discovery is complete, there will be a trial on the matter. At any time prior to the conclusion of the trial, the parties may settle their case. A settlement usually involves the defendant paying a certain sum of money in return for the injured plaintiff agreeing not to seek any other damages or compensation.


Protect Your Rights by Hiring a Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Each stage has its own procedures and timelines that must be complied with or else your case faces dismissal. The Enterprise motorcycle accident lawyers at the Ladah Law Firm, PLLC will help you and be there for you each step of the way.Contact them at 702-252-0055 today for a free consultation.

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