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Seattle Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

  1. We Offer No-Obligation Case Reviews and Work on Contingency
  2. Our Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Are Eager to Recover Your Losses
  3. Our Seattle Accident Lawyers Offer Comprehensive Legal Help
  4. What Should You Do After Suffering a Motorcycle Accident in Seattle?
  5. Begin Your Free Case Review With Herschensohn Law

There’s nothing like the feeling of the open road while riding a motorcycle. There’s also nothing like the aftermath of a serious collision. If you were injured in such a crash, you may wonder what options you have for seeking justice––and, perhaps more importantly, compensation.

Meet the team at Herschensohn Law. Our Seattle motorcycle accident lawyers advocate for injured people like yourself. If you’re interested in pursuing and securing damages for your injury-related losses, we want to guide you through the claims process. Dial (206) 588-4344 to begin your complimentary case review.

We Offer No-Obligation Case Reviews and Work on Contingency

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After any collision, you could face thousands of dollars in medical bills, lost income, and other out-of-pocket expenses. You shouldn’t have to worry about the cost of consulting and working with our injury attorneys, so our law firm offers:

  • Free consultations. It’s understandable to have questions about your case’s potential. That’s why we offer no-obligation case reviews where we can discuss your options. We encourage you to ask questions about our firm’s case results, services, and commitment to client success.
  • Help on a contingency-fee basis. Lawyers have reputations for being expensive. Our firm operates differently. We charge our attorney’s fees on a contingency-fee basis, meaning payment for our services comes from your settlement. We charge nothing if your claim or lawsuit doesn’t yield damages.

Our firm offers more than free case reviews and help on contingency, though. We also offer peace of mind. You never have to worry about missed deadlines, aggressive insurance companies, and other matters with us on your side. We treat your accident aftermath as though we’re going through it, too.

Our Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Are Eager to Recover Your Losses

As the injured party, you have the right to seek damages for your past, present, and future losses. Our Seattle law firm can seek financial recovery for:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost income and other revenue streams
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of future earning ability
  • The cost of replacing or repairing your motorcycle
  • Disability
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Out-of-pocket losses, such as transportation arrangements

If you’re wondering how much you can recover, the answer depends on your situation. The collision’s severity, your prognosis, and other details factor into how much you can seek.

You Have Options After a Fatal Motorcycle Accident

You may have lost a loved one following a motorcycle collision. Our team extends our deepest condolences. We believe that if negligence caused your loved one’s passing, you should recover every associated loss. Examples of recoverable damages include final medical bills, the decedent’s pain and suffering, and other related expenses.

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Our Seattle Accident Lawyers Offer Comprehensive Legal Help

When you partner with Herschensohn Law, you can expect our team to:

Investigate Your Collision

We need evidence to support your case. Examples of evidence that we can find and use include:

  • The police report
  • Eyewitness testimony
  • Diagrams of the accident scene
  • Information from your healthcare team
  • Statements from accident reconstruction specialists
  • Any relevant traffic citations (for instance, if police charged the other party with a DUI, this information could bolster your claim)
  • Receipts for any out-of-pocket expenses
  • Traffic camera footage
  • The involved vehicles’ black box data

Handle All Case-Related Communications

While recovering from your motorcycle accident in Seattle, our team can manage your case’s communications, including those with:

  • Claims adjusters and other insurance representatives
  • Eyewitnesses
  • Expert field consultants
  • The other party’s lawyers

Once you retain legal help, the insurer cannot contact you directly. We ask that you forward all case-related communications to us, so we can fight for the best outcome.

File Your Claim

Washington is a no-fault state. This means, following an accident, you can file a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. Yet, this is easier said than done. To advance your claim, your lawyers can:

  • Organize all relevant paperwork
  • Review the liable insurance policy
  • Itemize your compensable losses
  • Write and send your demand letter

What’s more, we can protect you from any bad faith insurance practices that attempt to derail your case.

Litigate Your Case

In the many cases we’ve handled over the years, we’re proud that most don’t wind up in court. We’re generally able to resolve motor vehicle accident cases through insurance claims. Still, we stand ready to litigate your case if the insurer doesn’t offer fair compensation.

Here’s what to know about how our team handles lawsuits:

  • We comply with all relevant deadlines. RCW 4.16.080 says that you generally have three years to file your lawsuit. We manage every deadline, so you don’t have to track expiration dates.
  • We’re familiar with local courtroom officials. When we walk into a courtroom, we’re greeted with familiar faces. Our long-standing familiarity with other legal professionals could benefit your case’s proceedings.
  • We do everything possible to seek what you need. When we bring your case to trial, we intend to win it. We use our resources, experience, and insights to secure the best possible outcome.

What Should You Do After Suffering a Motorcycle Accident in Seattle?

Even if you were able to walk away from the accident scene, you should still seek medical attention. Doing so may involve visiting an urgent care center, emergency room, or your primary care physician. We also recommend following your treatment plan and your doctor’s instructions as closely as possible.

Other post-accident considerations include:

  • Keeping all documentation related to the incident, including a copy of the police report
  • Referring all claims adjusters to your lawyers
  • Refusing to give a recorded statement
  • Notifying your insurer of the accident

We also recommend that you consider partnering with our legal team. You shouldn’t have to grapple with serious injuries on top of uncooperative claims adjusters. You deserve to focus on putting this traumatic event behind you.

“Zach will always take time and give you quality advice that you can trust. Highly recommended!”

- P.R., Katy, WA

Begin Your Free Case Review With Herschensohn Law

You don’t have to deal with the uncertainty of a legal case any longer. Instead, you can partner with our Seattle motorcycle accident lawyers. To discuss your options with a team member, call (206) 588-4344.

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When you request your free consultation, Kent personal injury attorney Zach Herschensohn will listen to you, answer your questions, lay out your legal options, and give you down-to-earth legal advice.

When you work with our law office, there are no obligations, hidden fees, or fine print. It’s that simple.

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  1. Washington State Department of Transportation. (2019). Crashes Involving – Motorcycles. Retrieved from  

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