We Believe Victims of Negligence Deserve
Full, Fair, Just Compensation
We represented a husband and wife in their early-fifties who were involved in a serious motorcycle accident while traveling to a charity rally on a Sunday afternoon. Both spouses suffered catastrophic and disabling injuries that will likely prevent either of them from ever returning to the workforce. Their health insurer, which paid medical bills far exceeding the amount of available automobile insurance coverage, claimed a right to all of the available automobile insurance.
At the suggestion of a neighbor (a former client of ours), the distraught spouses hired Robert W. Kerpsack Co., L.P.A. After several months of vigorous negotiations with the health insurer, we were able to reach a fair and equitable distribution of the limited automobile insurance proceeds.
Building Your Motorcycle Accident Case
Legally, motorcycle accidents in Columbus are treated much the same way that other private auto accidents are. Unfortunately for riders, in reality, motorcycle accidents are far more likely to cause severe injuries or death.
Many motorcycle accidents are caused by negligence on the part of other drivers. These drivers claim not to have seen the motorcycle; and riders, being less protected than automobile passengers, are likely to sustain more injuries and more severe injuries than drivers and passengers in cars. We are experienced in handling all types of motorcycle accidents.
If you or a loved one has suffered losses in a motorcycle accident, it’s important that you seek the counsel of an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible after the accident. Your attorney can advise you about what steps to take to resolve your case as quickly and as fairly as possible.
To schedule your free, no obligation consultation, contact Robert W. Kerpsack Co., L.P.A. by phone at (614) 766-2000 or online today. We’ll review your case with you in detail, and get you started back on the road to recovery. Serving Columbus, Dublin, New Albany, and motorcycle riders throughout Ohio.