Run Off the Road Motorcycle Accident
Were you involved in a run off the road motorcycle accident. Even if you were the only injured party, you can still recover compensation. Watch this video to learn how.
Do I have a claim if I was run off the road on a motorcycle?
I was recently asked if a motorcycle is forced off the highway, but there’s been no collision, could there still be a motorcycle accident claim in that case? In some circumstances in Virginia, yes. You can make that claim if you can make a reasonably clear identification of the vehicle involved.Now, that doesn’t mean you have to go to the extent of capturing the driver’s license number or the license plate number on the vehicle that ran you off the road, but there needs to be a reasonably clear explanation of how that other car was involved in running you off the road and other facts such as the skid marks on the road that would tend to suggest that, in fact, there was another driver responsible for that crash. In those cases, under Virginia law, you would be able to make a claim for that type of an injury.
Were you or a loved one involved in a wreck and have questions about starting a run off the road motorcycle accident claim? Contact a Virginia motorcycle accident lawyer at The Strong Law Firm today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.