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Uninsured Driver Motorcycle Accidents

What Mainers should know about uninsured driver motorcycle accidents

Every motorist in Maine is required to have minimum insurance coverage, including liability, uninsured motorist and medical payment coverage. While most motorists satisfy this obligation, some drivers either ignore the requirement or cannot afford insurance and drive without any coverage. In hard economic times, more and more people are dropping their insurance and putting everyone on the road at risk, especially motorcyclists.

If you are a motorcycle rider involved in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured motorist, it's important to contact a Maine personal injury lawyer to learn about your rights. Call the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein: 1-877-294-6813 for a free consultation. An experienced accident attorney is prepared to listen to you and discuss the best course of action.

Motorcycle accident injuries can be catastrophic, ranging from spinal cord injury to traumatic brain injury. These types of injuries lead to substantial financial losses, including medical bills, loss of income, rehabilitation costs as well as pain and suffering and other non-monetary losses. If you are struck by an uninsured driver, you may face the prospect of skyrocketing bills with little sources of compensation.

How a motorcycle accident attorney in Maine can help

By contacting an accident attorney, you have someone advocating on your behalf after a serious uninsured motorcycle accident. We know how to search for sources of compensation in any type of accident. In some cases, such as hit-and-run accidents, you may be able to obtain compensation through your own insurance policy.

You don't have to deal with the insurance company on your own. Call Joe today: 1-877-294-6813. We are committed to fighting for the compensation our clients deserve, even when they are having to cope with an uninsured driver accident. Contact a Maine accident lawyer today. Tell the insurance companies you mean business.