Fight For Your Best Possible Recovery After Your Motorcycle Accident
Many people here in Missouri are living on a paycheck-to-paycheck basis. With so little between a person and bankruptcy, a major injury can be disastrous. Between the cost of your recovery and your loss of income from not being able to work, you deserve the best possible compensation for your injuries.
Typically, motorcycle injuries can result in the worst injuries, and the attorneys of Edelman & Muehleisen LLC can help you recover from them.
Why Getting An Attorney Is So Important
If you were the victim of an accident on your motorcycle, you may have already received a settlement offer from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. Our lawyers want you to know why you should not accept the first offer you receive. The fact of the matter is that any insurance company in Missouri is a business first and foremost. This means that they will likely try to pay you as little as possible, so they can save money.
There is a lot that an insurer needs to account for in their settlement, and we know how to fight for it. Motorcycle accidents can often result in catastrophic injuries like:
- Brain damage and neurological issues later on
- Serious nerve or spine damage
- Paralysis or partial paralysis
- Loss of limb or amputation
- Loss of vision
With injuries like this, or worse, the upfront costs aren’t going to be the only costs. When we negotiate for you, we fight for compensation for medical costs, medical equipment, physical therapy, home equipment, as well as pain and suffering. Even if you have received a settlement offer, it is not too late to fight for the compensation you deserve.
Begin Fighting For Your Tomorrow, Today
If you or a loved one have suffered a motorcycle injury due to the negligent or reckless driving or another person, you deserve the best possible compensation you can get.
Choose a lawyer who can fight for you, choose Edelman & Muehleisen LLC. Contact our St. Louis office by calling us at 314-858-1498 to set up your free initial consultation today.