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Your Motorcycle Accident – What if You and the Car Didn’t Crash?

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
Personal Injury Lawyer at McComb Witten Marcoux

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3/13/2014
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You were riding your motorcycle. You were hit by a car. And you’re hurt.

You probably already know that you may have an ICBC injury claim.

But what if there wasn’t any contact between you and the car?

Is the accident your fault? Will  you get compensated for your injuries?

In B.C.  if a third party caused or  contributed to your motorcycle accident you might have a valid personal injury claim.

What does that mean in plain English?

If you can prove that someone else was at fault for your accident, even though there wasn’t any contact between your motorcycle and their vehicle, you might have the makings of an ICBC injury claim.

Maybe someone swerved into your lane and forced you off of the road and into a stop sign.

Or a driver, who was busy texting, cut you off and you had to take your bike down.

Perhaps a careless truck driver didn’t properly secure his load and a brick flew onto the road causing you to brake, skid and crash.

Whatever your story. If your motorcycle accident was a result of someone else’s negligence you may have a valid injury claim. Even if there wasn’t any contact between your bike and their vehicle.

Want to find out more?

Call me at 604-255-9018 or e-mail me at  [email protected]

Jeff Witten



Category: Car Accidents


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