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How Negligence is Shown in an Orlando Motorcycle Accident Claim

Orlando motorcycle crashes can be complex. While at the scene of the collision, the driver of the car may be apologetic and say that they are at fault, the insurance companies often times try to get out of having their customer be fully responsible for the accident by trying to show that the cyclist was negligent. These tricks are played all too frequently by the insurance companies and can leave you paying large sums of money for the acts of another driver.

When you work with an Orlando personal injury attorney, you can help disprove the claims made by the insurance companies for a crash that was not your fault. Here are the four things the insurance company will try to use to show you acted with negligence:

  1. You were not reasonably careful while riding– This can include weaving in and out of lanes or driving too fast.
  2. You did not take care in traffic– This is a given and must be shown that you took necessary precautions to stay safe while riding.
  3. The other driver did not cause your injuries– This is usually used if you were not wearing a helmet or if your helmet came off during the accident.
  4. You did not suffer any loss– If you were not hurt and there was no property damage, you may not be able to recoup any compensation for the accident.

Hire An Experienced Orlando Motorcycle Accident Attorney

The law can be confusing and insurance companies are good at trying to show you were at least partially to blame in an Orlando motorcycle accident. If you need help with your case, contact us, the motorcycle accident attorneys that Orlando residents go to for help with handling the insurance companies. At Michael T. Gibson, P.A., we know how to work with you and with the other party to reach a reasonable and fair settlement. Contact us today at 407-422-4529.

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