Southfield Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
Southfield Motorcycle Accident Help
Even minor motorcycle accidents can be unsettling, due to the lack of personal protection surrounding the rider. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were more than 4,976 fatalities in 2016 related to U.S. motorcycle accidents. There were also approximately 88,000 injuries. In Michigan, 141 motorcyclists were killed in accidents in 2016.
If you happen to have a motorcycle accident in Southfield, remember:
SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION FOR YOUR MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT INJURIES
If you are injured, seek immediate medical attention
- Injuries are usually more severe in a motorcycle accident
- Injuries that seem minor can turn out to be serious or life threatening
- Allow paramedics or doctors to perform a thorough examination to determine all of your injuries, no matter how minor they may seem
GET AS MUCH INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE AFTER YOUR MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT
If your physical condition after the accident permits, gather as much information as possible. If you are unable to do so, ask a companion, witness, or the responding law enforcement officer to do so.
- Time, date, and location of the accident.
- The license plate number of any vehicle involved, especially in a hit-and-run accident. You must prove that a motor vehicle was involved in the accident.
- Name, driver’s license, and insurance information of the driver of any other vehicles involved in the accident.
- Name, address, and insurance information of the owner of all vehicles involved in the accident. In a motorcycle accident, first-party benefits are paid by the vehicle owner/driver’s insurance company, not your own.
- Use your call phone to take photographs of the scene, all the vehicles involved, and your injuries.
- If you think you may need professional counsel regarding injury or damages caused in your Southfield motorcycle accident, contact The Mike Morse Law Firm.
WHERE CAN I GET A POLICE REPORT FOR A SOUTHFIELD MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT?
You will need a police motorcycle accident report in order to file an insurance claim. To get a copy of your Southfield motorcycle accident report, submit a written request along with your payment, either in person at the Southfield Police Department or online through the Oakland County Courts and Law Enforcement Management Information System (CLEMIS). For more information, you may visit their web site at www.cityofsouthfield.com.
The Southfield Police Department is located at:
Southfield, MI 48037
Call the Southfield Police Department at (248)796-5500, if you need more information regarding the motorcycle accident police report.
QUESTIONS OFTEN ASKED ABOUT MICHIGAN MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS
If you’ve had a motorcycle accident in Southfield, you probably have a lot of questions, especially if you were injured. Below you can find answers to the most commonly asked questions. For more information call toll free at 855-MIKE-WINS.
- How To Determine If You Have A Case
- Michigan No-Fault Benefits
- Michigan Attendant Care Benefits
- Michigan Wage Loss Benefits
- Replacement Services Benefits for Household Chores
- Michigan Motorcycle Laws
- Michigan’s Motorcycle Helmet Law
- Michigan Motorcycle Accident Statistics
- Michigan Motorcycle Accident Insurance Q&A
OUR SOUTHFIELD MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYERS CAN HELP
The Mike Morse Law Firm is happy to answer all your questions regarding your Southfield motorcycle accident. Whether you are seeking compensation or reimbursement from someone else, or another accident participant has started a lawsuit against you, we will take the time to make sure you understand your legal rights and all of your options.
Email us or call The Mike Morse Law Firm at 855-MIKE-WINS (855-645-3946) to schedule a free consultation about your Southfield motorcycle accident.
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