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What to Do the First Month After a Wisconsin Motorcycle Accident Injury

You are under a lot of pressure. Another driver’s negligence has caused you to suffer a serious Wisconsin motorcycle accident injury, and in an instant your life was changed. You have a lot of decisions to make about your medical care, about getting coverage at work, about taking care of your family, and about your possible legal case or settlement for your injuries. It may feel as if you are being pulled in a million different directions.

This Wisconsin Motorcycle Accident Injury Checklist May Help You

Our Milwaukee motorcycle accident lawyers want to make things easier for you. We want to take some of the pressure off of you and help you get the recovery that you deserve. While we can’t advise you on your physical recovery or take away all your pain, we can provide you with some concrete guidelines about what to do in the days and weeks after your accident.

More specifically, we recommend that you:

  • Get medical attention.
  • Follow your doctor’s orders.
  • Do not repair your bike yet (it may be evidence in your case).
  • Request a copy of your police report.
  • Refuse to accept an insurance settlement prior to speaking with a lawyer.
  • Hire a Milwaukee personal injury attorney.
  • Refer any insurance adjusters or lawyers who may call to your Milwaukee personal injury lawyer.

Of course, there may be more specific steps that you should take, or some of these steps may not apply to you. Accordingly, we encourage you to contact a Wisconsin motorcycle accident lawyer to learn more about your rights.

A Wisconsin Motorcycle Accident Attorney Can Help You Figure Out What to Do Next

You don’t have to bear the burden of your legal recovery on your own. Instead, we encourage you to contact an experienced Milwaukee personal injury lawyer today at 414-223-4800 to find out more about your protecting your rights and possible legal recovery. We also invite you to learn more by downloading a FREE copy of our book, The Ultimate Guide for Motorcycle Accident Victims.

Jason F. Abraham
Managing Partner, Hupy and Abraham