A motorcycle accident can be one of the most high-risk, complicated, and challenging types of vehicle accidents to occur today simply because it is often your unprotected body against a fast-moving, heavy vehicle. While these cases can be very devastating and create significant loss, you may still need to prove you are owed compensation. Our Oklahoma City motorcycle accident lawyer at BDIW Law can help you determine the type of evidence you need in a motorcycle accident case.
Let Us Investigate Your Case for You
If you are in a motorcycle accident in Oklahoma City or the surrounding areas, BDIW Law can help you navigate the legal rights you have. A component of the work we do is to gather information about your case and fully investigate what occurred and why. Our motorcycle accident attorneys know the importance of getting every bit of evidence available to use against those responsible for your losses.
The evidence you need in a case like this needs to be of various items. The first factor is to have evidence that showcases what happened specifically as well as why this happened, and this data is then used to assign fault in the case. This evidence proves that someone else caused your injuries and that you were the victim of those losses, indicating that they should pay for the losses they have caused to you.
The second type of evidence in a motorcycle case involves the impact that the accident is going to have on your future, including your ability to recover, pain and suffering, and losses related to emotional trauma. We need to use medical statements from doctors, evidence from witnesses, and your statements to prove the type of losses you have in this area. Do not overlook the importance of having this type of evidence to support your claim.
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Prove that Someone Else Was Responsible
The 2019 Highway Safety Crash Fact Book shows that, in 2019, 66 people died in motorcycle accidents in the state of Oklahoma and that another 266 people suffered serious injuries in these cases. It is not uncommon for a person to be in a motorcycle accident, but proving that someone else was responsible for the losses you sustained can be much harder to do. That is why we encourage you to allow us to help you with this legal process.
There are numerous ways to prove that someone else is responsible for your losses. These include gathering evidence at the scene, talking to witnesses, pulling videos of nearby areas, and gathering information from third parties. Often, to gather this information, our legal team must pursue conversations with witnesses, gather data from the other driver’s medical records, and work with experts to provide your case.
This is a challenging process, but our experience can help ensure that we get all of the data available to prove what occurred to you was not your fault. Even if you are listed as partially at fault on the police report, we may be able to work through that and prove that you are not. Let our motorcycle accident attorneys prove what occurred.
Prove Your Losses
The next step that we take is to gather evidence to support your claim for losses. We all know how devastating a motorcycle accident can be, but the fact is, every situation is vastly different. Many of our clients are not able to get back to work or even walk again, while others are suffering from traumatic brain injuries and difficulty with ongoing pain. All are valuable resources to showcase what your losses are.
To gather evidence to prove your losses, we talk to you to get insight into the impact. We also talk to your doctors about what they have seen in your case and how much recovery they expect you to have in a realistic manner. We also will discuss your case with family members who can help to share how this has impacted your life, your well-being, and even your mental health.
In addition to these sources of evidence, our legal team will then pursue more information, including from medical experts who can testify to the extent of your losses. We may be able to use other cases like yours to demonstrate the losses you have and the impact this has on a person’s life. Most importantly, we do what it takes to prove that you have suffering due to the actions of another person.
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Types of Evidence that May Help You
When you meet with our motorcycle accident attorneys, we will gather information about your accident from you and then go to work to uncover any other type of information available. Often, there are resources available to us that you may not have that can help us to tap into more information. Some of the most common types of evidence in cases like this include:
- Police reports: These document what occurred from the responding police officer’s reports and often include negligent driver statements, witness statements, a diagram of the incident, and the officer’s opinion on what happened.
- Pictures: From the police officer as well as those from other parties can be helpful in determining the losses you have
- Witness statements: This could include witnesses who saw what occurred in the area
- Medical records: The information about your suffering can be used here, but also about the other driver’s condition at the time of the incident
In addition to this, we will gather proof of the damages you have. This may come in the form of medical bills, lost time at work, and property loss. We also consider your long-term recovery costs, the pain and suffering you are in, and other losses you have incurred.
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Let Our Attorneys Go to Work to Prove Your Case Today
At BDIW Law, we can help you get the evidence you need in a motorcycle accident to prove that someone else was responsible. All you have to do is reach out to us for a free consultation to discuss your case with us. Do not wait to get the legal insight you need from an Oklahoma City motorcycle accident lawyer.
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