Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
As a recent Vancouver motorcycle accident victim, you are in a bit of a dilemma.
On the one hand, you are desperate for good legal advice.
You want to be compensated for the terrible emotional and physical pain you have been through—and that you may still endure.
On the other hand, you admit that you brought at least some of the pain on yourself.
Maybe you failed to wear your helmet. Perhaps you slid off the road and into a pole or a tree. Part of you would rather just forget the accident ever happened, rather than admit that your behavior was careless.
Reconsider your reticence!
First, even if you did engage in wild or unsafe behavior on the road, you might have more legal leverage than you realize. Second, if you caused harm to somebody else, you may need to firm up your legal situation—and prepare for defense as well as for offense. Third, you are almost certainly overestimating the “consequences” of getting a free consultation from a qualified Vancouver motorcycle accident attorney and underestimating the consequences of deferring action.
When you obtain a free case evaluation from a reputable injury law firm, such as McComb Witten, you can decide for yourself whether to take any action. In addition, you will be able to make that decision from a place of deep knowledge and understanding, as opposed to a place of fear or ungrounded intuition.
On the flipside, if you do not take action because of fear, you could miss the chance to collect compensation for your traumatic brain injury, vehicle damage, or lost time at work.
The team here at McComb Witten can help you plan your future and avoid costly mistakes. Give us a call today at 604-255-9018. We will take the time to review your case and help you to understand your legal options. You may also wish to download our free report entitled The Inside Secrets the ICBC Doesn't Want You to Know! for more information.
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