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What to do after being involved in a motorcycle crash

Even if you follow all traffic rules and adhere to all safe driving practices, you may still be involved in an accident, often due to another person or party’s negligence. As such, knowing some steps that you can and should take in the aftermath of a motorcycle accident is important, especially if another party was at fault and you want to consider pursuing legal action against them.

Should you become involved in a motorcycle accident, you should remember to first and foremost call the police (if you can do so and are not unconscious) to report the accident, as the police report can serve as evidence when filing a personal injury claim later on, or when seeking insurance coverage.

It is also a good idea to take pictures of the crash (if you can), or if you can’t, to obtain photographs of the crash site to serve as further evidence of the accident. You should also make sure to keep all of your medical records, as they can be especially important when proving your injuries and losses during the personal injury claims process.

At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C., we are dedicated to helping people in Wisconsin who have been the innocent victims of motorcycle accidents get the compensation and justice they need. Call us at 800-242-2874 to talk about your situation and how we might be able to help you.