Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
Our dedicated team of Vancouver motorcycle accident lawyers have over 25 years of experience with the ICBC claim process.
British Columbia offers some of the best motorcycling roads in Canada with inspiring views of mountains, oceans, rivers and lakes, as well as extensive urban riding opportunities. Motorcycles provide an exciting sense of freedom and exhilaration, but carry with them a heightened risk of accident and injury. Lack of protection and visibility on the road means that you are vulnerable to distracted or careless drivers, and more susceptible to serious injury in a collision with a motor vehicle.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you may not know what steps to take first, or how to ensure that your claim will be handled fairly.
There are many important things to consider when filing an ICBC claim and speaking to a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible is the best first step on the path toward the compensation that you deserve.
Common mistakes when filing an ICBC claim may seriously affect your level of compensation in areas such as:
- Past and future wage loss
- Medical expenses including rehabilitation therapies
- Compensation for family members and caregivers
- Pain and suffering, including PTSD and Depression
Our dedicated team of Vancouver motorcycle accident lawyers have over 25 years of experience with the ICBC claim process. We provide personalized support to our clients, helping guide them through the entire claim process, from start to finish. We help you design the best medical treatment plan for your injuries, and help you get the compensation you are entitled to.
Common causes of motorcycle accidents
- Distracted driving
- Driving under the influence
- Speeding or driving unpredictably
- Disregard for weather conditions
- Failure to follow traffic rules
- Stopping suddenly and without warning
- Mechanical failure
- Poorly maintained roads or inadequate signage
Common motorcycle injuries:
- Brain and head injuries
- Broken bones and other orthopaedic injuries
- Chronic myofascial pain syndrome
- Chronic pain
- Cuts and lacerations
- Loss of limbs
- Neck and Back injuries
- Nerve damage
- Psychological conditions: Anxiety, Depression, PTSD
- Soft tissue injuries to ligaments and tendons
- Spinal cord injury, paraplegia and quadriplegia
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