"There Wasn't an Actual Collision" - Motorcycle Accidents
You aren't the first person to have been down that road. And you probably won't be the last.
I'll bet I can tell you word for word what happened.
You were riding your motorcycle when the car beside you made a suddenly moved into your lane.
You swerved to try and avoid hitting him. But lost control of your bike.
The next thing you know you're on the pavement and your bike is on top of you.
ICBC says they, "aren't buying your story":
" How do we know you didn't just hit a slippery patch and dump your bike ?"
" You didn't actually get hit. Did you?"
So. Do you have a fighting chance when it comes to getting compensated for your injuries?
But these type of motorcycle cases are challenging to prove ( remember - the onus is on you to prove your case).
Here's the thing. It's all in the details.
Successfully proving that your injuries where caused by the driver who cut you off requires serious attention to detail.
Did you gather witness names and contact information?
Has the damage to your bike been examined and photographed by a professional?
Did you carefully think throught the speeds, distances and exact sequence of events before you spoke to ICBC?
These are just a few of the things that need to be carefully tended to.
Interested in talking about your motorcycle accident claim? Questions?
Give me a call at 604-255-9018 or send me an e-mail at [email protected]
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