Western States Law, P.C.
How to Choose a Motorcycle Accident Attorney
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident it is important to find an aggressive and experienced motorcycle accident attorney to handle your case. But with so many attorneys out there, how can you choose the one that is right for you?
When you are looking for an attorney to represent you, you must choose an attorney who has experience in your type of injury or accident. You would never choose a dentist to operate on your appendix--likewise, you should choose an attorney who has handled motorcycle accident cases. Our knowledge of motorcycle laws combined with our experience litigating personal injury cases gives you the best opportunity to obtain the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries.
When you are trying to narrow down your search, do your research. Seek out reviews through Google but also attorney rating sites such as Lawyer.com, Attorney.com, and Avvo. When your research is completed talk with family, friends, and co-workers to gather their opinions. Finally, you are always eligible to contact the Colorado Bar Association and have them recommend an attorney who specializes in accidents and injuries like yours.
When you meet with a motorcycle accident attorney, they should offer a free consultation. A good personal injury attorney will usually represent you on a contingency basis, meaning that you never pay any money unless your personal injury attorney wins your case. This allows you to choose the best attorney for your case, without worrying about fees and pricing. Even if your lawyer bills on a contingency basis, be sure to have the attorney list all of his fees, and percentages, ahead of time, so you are not caught off guard by unexpected prices.
We serve clients throughout Denver, Northern Colorado, and Colorado Springs.
To learn more about your rights and the most effective way to present your claims, contact the motorcycle personal injury lawyers from Western States Law, P.C., at 303-400-8100. We offer free consultations and advice. You will always meet with an attorney, not a paralegal, case manager, or salesman. Home, evening, and weekend visits are available. Although our motorcycle accident and injury attorneys are based in Aurora, Colorado, we handle cases throughout the states of Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming.