Getting Fair and Full Compensation for Facial Injuries after a Motorcycle Accident
San Francisco Motorcycle Attorneys
Between 10 and 25 percent of motorcycle accident victims who go to the hospital have suffered some degree of facial injury. One of the greatest challenges of facial injuries following a motorcycle or bicycle accident is the affect it can have on a person’s social life.
Frequent side effects of a serious facial injury are depression, loss of self-esteem and loss of confidence. Work may be difficult. Family life can suffer.
At the Dolan Law Firm, we understand the challenges you and your family face after a motorcycle or bicycle accident. From our law offices in San Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles, we have helped hundreds of families like yours achieve the compensation they needed to tackle the toughest fight of their lives — the fight to overcome serious injury.
At the Dolan Law Firm, our personal injury lawyers fight for our clients. We have the experience and resources to get results in your case. Contact our office to schedule a free evaluation of your case.
Payment for Your Medical Bills Today and Tomorrow
It’s important that your injury settlement cover all of your costs, both today and tomorrow. You have only one chance for financial recovery after a bike injury so your settlement needs to take these future expenses into account.
- Serious facial injuries — such as the loss of a nose or a jaw — may require repeated plastic surgeries
- Skin abrasion (road rash) may cause lasting scars and surgery may be required
- Eye injuries causing debilitating vision problems or blindness
- Any kind of serious facial scarring can have devastating emotional affects
To help us properly value your case, we rely on medical experts and may also work with economists and life care planners.
Contact the Attorneys of the Dolan Law Firm
Our attorneys and staff are ready to take care of all your legal needs. Contact our lawyers today for a free evaluation, and do it soon. There are limits — called the statute of limitations — on the amount of time you can wait to file suit.