The ESHELMAN LEGAL GROUP
We’ll make things right when you’ve been injured as a result of another persons negligence. We have been protecting the rights of injured people for over 40 years.
Our practice is limited to the representation of people, not insurance companies. Our years of experience make us a serious force, widely respected by insurance companies. The result is the ability to obtain top dollar settlements for our clients. We can help if you or someone you love is hurt due to:
- Motorcycle, Car, Van, SUV or Truck Accidents
- Construction Site Injury
- Snow - Ice Fall Injury
- Dog Bites
- Medical Malpractice
- Wrongful Death
- Defective Product Injuries
- Defective Drugs - Medicines
Getting the Proper Help
Before you talk to any insurance adjuster, CALL "The Eshelman Legal Group"...Without legal representation, you could settle your claim too cheaply or make statements to the adjuster that could defeat your case.
Call Toll Free: 1.800.365.0001
Helping Injured People for Over 40 Years
"We'll Make Things Right"
Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?
Over the past few years, the amount of people who feel the need to “Ride to Live or Live to Ride” has increased significantly. We understand the enjoyment that you can have while riding your motorcycle through beautiful country roads or well maintained highways. However, the freedom of the open road can come at a great cost due to someone else's negligence. We hope this never happens but unfortunately accident do happen.
The Eshelman Legal Group in Akron, Ohio explains that while most motorcyclists are extremely safe drivers who abide by the traffic rules, other drivers may not be driving as well as they should be, resulting in an accident.
Talking on the phone, texting, putting on make-up, eating, dealing with children in the backseat...there are numerous reasons why a car driver may not be paying attention to the road, thus not seeing a motorcyclist, causing an unnecessary accident, causing substantial injury to the motorcyclist. Many times these injuries are life changing and effect many people who may have to help the injured victim.
If you are injured on your motorcycle in the Akron, Ohio area, you may want to give the injury attorneys at the Eshelman Legal Group a call. As most motorcycle injuries are due to the negligence of others, there are often liabilities associated with the collision. If this is the case, you will need the Eshelman Legal Group to help you prove liability, which is not always the easiest thing to do since there are so many preconceived stereotypes about motorcyclists. The opposing attorney/insurance company will be more than willing to remind the jurors of these negative stereotypes like irresponsible teenagers who may have recently became eligible to ride. It can be a challenge, but the Eshelman Legal Group has over 40 years experience is helping injured victims due to someone else's negligence.
Although these cases can be difficult, there are a few things you can do to help your claim, one of which you hopefully did right after the accident occurred. If you are able, the police need to be called immediately. They will document what happened at the scene of the accident. Next, call for medical help. Because a motorcyclist is often thrown from their bike, the injuries are usually severe. Head injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones and road rash are just a few of the injuries they may suffer from. Proper medical documentation is important to establish what injuries were caused by the accident. The Eshelman Legal Group knows that the law allows for fair compensation for your injuries, including medical bills, loss of wages and property damage to either repair or replace your motorcycle. Their attorneys have successfully handled numerous motorcycle injury cases in the Akron, Ohio area. So if you have been injured in a motorcycle accident due to the negligence of another and need representation in your case, call an injury lawyer at the Eshelman Legal Group today 1-800-365-0001 or visit our website at www.EshelmanLegalGroup.com for more information.
Ask yourself this question… who does the adjuster work for? The adjuster works for the insurance company, they do not work for you.