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You aren’t working, your bills are piling up, and we want you to pay more money for a lawyer. Are we insane?

You were seriously injured in a Green Bay motorcycle accident. You have been unable to work since the crash. You’ve used what savings you had to pay bills. You haven’t even thought of repairing your motorcycle. And, now you’ve received your hospital bill, you’re not sure that the repairs will happen. The amount the insurance company is offering won’t cover it all. What can you do?

The average bill for a motorcycle accident victim is more than $10,000. Insurance companies don’t want to pay this money. They’ll offer you a lower amount and hope that you are desperate enough to accept the payment. But then you are still left injured and in debt.

Your best option is to hire a Green Bay motorcycle injury lawyer. The attorney has the experience necessary to get you the insurance compensation you need to cover your motorcycle repairs, all your medical bills, the wages you lost because you were unable to work, and even your pain and suffering.

We know that a Wisconsin motorcycle accident puts financial stress on the victim. In many cases, it is hard to make ends meet, much less pay a lawyer. That’s why Hupy and Abraham, like many other personal injury law firms, takes cases on a contingency basis. This means you get the legal help you need and there are no upfront costs.

How do contingency fees work?

The first step is to call Hupy and Abraham at 800-800-5678. We’ll schedule a free consultation with a Green Bay motorcycle accident attorney. Bring your medical records, the police report, and any bills you have to the appointment. The attorney will talk to you about the accident and determine if you have a case.

If you have a case, we’ll agree to represent you on a contingency basis. This means that you don’t have to pay until you get your settlement. The fee is a percentage of the settlement. If you don’t win, you don’t pay.

Know more about your legal rights. Request a free copy of our book, The Ultimate Guide for Motorcycle Accident Victims.

Jason F. Abraham
Managing Partner, Hupy and Abraham