Motorcycle accidents can have a catastrophic impact on your health, career, and quality of life.
An Edmonton motorcycle accident lawyer from MNH Injury Lawyers can help you fight for compensation to help you move toward recovery. You could seek compensation for your pain and suffering, income losses, and more.
In addition to enabling you to recover fair damages, a lawsuit can also hold the liable party accountable for their negligent or dangerous behaviour. Our Edmonton motorcycle accident lawyers are prepared to help you with every step of your case.
How do you know if you qualify for compensation after a traffic accident, such as a motorcycle accident? A Edmonton Personal injury Accident Lawyer At the MNH Injury Lawyers can tell you for sure.
Were your injuries so serious that you had to stay home until you recovered? Are your injuries permanent, preventing you from earning as much money or working as many hours as you once did? Do your injuries affect your ability to perform housekeeping and yard work? Will you need continuing care into the future?
You may be entitled to compensation for damages including:
You might also be able to seek compensation for certain accident-related expenses, such as the cost of repairing your motorcycle.
Physical, emotional, and psychological damages are the basis for all your losses.
You can seek compensation for such physical and emotional injuries as:
You can also seek compensation if a loved one passed away from their injuries.
Damages in wrongful death cases include:
One of our motorcycle accident lawyers is ready to represent you through every step of your injury case.
With our help, you can:
MNH Injury Lawyers can do all of the following and more on your behalf:
According to the City of Edmonton’s Safe Mobility Strategy 2021-2025,
the chance of an Edmonton motorcycle accident may increase due to:
MNH Injury Lawyers are available to take your call now and let you know if you have a viable legal case. One of our motorcycle accident lawyers can fight hard to protect your rights and to seek a fair amount of compensation.
The sooner we begin, the sooner we can protect your rights and preserve the evidence you need to recover compensation.