Injured in a Motorcycle Accident

Who was injured?

Who Was Injured in Your Motorcycle Accident?

Motorcycle accidents can cause severe injuries that can change your life forever. The medical bills could be piling up, and you're probably searching for answers. Who pays these bills after an accident? What if I lose my job or can't work?

We understand the confusion and frustration that follows a motorcycle accident. We can answer your questions and get you or a loved one the legal help needed after an accident.

First, it's important to look at who was injured in the motorcycle accident:

Time is Important After a Motorcycle Accident

Unfortunately, time isn't your friend after a motorcycle accident. This is because the vital evidence from the crash can be cleared away or destroyed. The sooner you act, the more evidence we can recover from the accident scene to make your claim as strong as possible.

In addition, there are statutes of limitations that limit the time you can file an injury claim.

Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations
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Statutes of limitations restrict the time period that a person can file a lawsuit.

A personal injury action must be filed within two years of the date when the injury occurred.

However, there is a "discovery rule," which, in limited cases, extends the time for filing a personal injury action.

Experience and Results Matter

Knowing who to trust with your case after an accident may seem daunting. But it's easier than you think. At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we've been helping injured motorcyclists for over 35 years. We've fought to recover millions of dollars for our injured clients, and we'll stand up for you too.

Motorcyclists are often ignored and endangered by the careless actions of other drivers on the road. We believe you deserve a fair shake, especially if you're injured because of someone else's negligence. Don't just take our word for it though – check out our past verdicts and settlements.