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Following a Georgia motorcycle crash, you may be enduring surgery and medical procedures, treatments, rehabilitative therapies, and medications. Although you need to continue getting the appropriate medical care so that you can get better and have the best chance of getting back to the life that you knew, you can’t help to think about the medical bills piling up.
Treatment for any type of physical injury can be expensive from the emergency room visit and X-ray to the CT or MRI scan and surgery bills. In addition, traumatic brain injuries and head injuries due to motorcycle accidents can incur some of the most costly medical bills.
If you have suffered a head injury in an Alpharetta motorcycle accident or crash in the Atlanta metro area, you should contact a qualified motorcycle accident attorney immediately to find out who will pay for your medical bills and lost wages due to time off of work.
If your injury occurred due to a negligent driver, you may be entitled to compensation. Sometimes there are other parties besides a driver that could be liable as well, such as tire companies, automobile manufacturers, insurance companies, and more.
Because insurance companies will try to settle your case for as little money as possible, you need to turn to an Georgia motorcycle crash attorney who is experienced in negotiating with insurance companies. Only then will you be confident your attorney will get you the maximum financial recovery you deserve—just compensation for your medical bills and more.
Please call an Alpharetta motorcycle accident attorney at Kalka & Baer to schedule a free, no-obligation discussion of your case today. At your request, we’ll also send you a FREE copy of our book,
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