Motorcycle and Truck Accidents
Our Accident Attorneys Are Here to Help
Being involved in any kind of motorcycle accident can be overwhelming, much less an accident that involves a truck. Whether it's a pickup, a semi, a garbage truck, or a tow truck, figuring out what to do next can seem like an impossible task.
It's not something you should do alone. Our motorcycle accident attorneys are here to help you understand the next steps. When you work with us, we handle your case from A to Z – dealing with the insurance company, taking care of paperwork, answering your questions, keeping track of deadlines—our goal is to take as much of the burden away from you as possible.
We're available 24/7 and you can get in touch with us by calling us at 412-394-1000, filling out the form on this page, or by chat.
Advice from Our Accident Attorneys
Here is our advice if you've been injured in a motorcycle accident. What you do—and what you don't do—can make a big difference in the outcome of your case.
Report the Accident
Report your accident to your insurance company as soon as possible. However, do not give a recorded statement. If they ask for one, say "no." It's your legal right to do so.
Organize Your Paperwork
Locate and review your insurance paperwork to make sure you understand your coverage. If your accident involved another driver, collect their driver's license and insurance information. Also be sure to request a copy of the police report detailing your accident.
If you don't understand your insurance coverage, give us a call at 412-394-1000. We will review your insurance for free.
Contact an Experienced Motorcycle Truck Accident Law Firm
Choosing the right attorney for your case gives you the peace of mind that your rights are being protected every step of the way. Our decades of experience representing clients hurt in motorcycle accidents means that we know what to expect from the insurance company and what to do to help you get the compensation you deserve.
Don't Talk to the Truck Driver's Insurance Company
If you are involved in a truck accident, don't talk to the other driver's insurance company. There's no reason for you to communicate with them, and they will try and use your words against you. Their job is to protect their best interest, not yours.
- Never provide a recorded statement.
- Don't agree to meet with an agent.
- Don't try and settle your case by yourself.
- Don't provide them with a medical authorization or discuss your medical condition.
Motorcycle and Trucking Accident Resources
We want you to be as informed as possible. We have a number of resources to help you navigate laws, insurance, how to deal with a truck company, and more:
- State helmet laws
- State insurance laws
- Dealing with the Trucking Company
- Trucking Company Liability
- Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
- Questions for a Motorcycle Accident Claim
Contact Our Legal Professionals Now
A rider on a motorcycle is no match for a semi, a dump truck, or a pickup truck. Injuries can be severe, and insurance companies will work their hardest to protect their own bottom line.
You should have someone on your side who knows how to protect you. No matter how complicated the case, we can guide our clients through their claim, explaining their options and what to expect.
The sooner you get in touch with us, the sooner we can get to work for you. And, as always, there's no fee unless and until we win.
Contact us at 412-394-1000, by filling out the form on this page, or by starting a chat. We're available 24/7.