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Do I need an attorney to help me with my motorcycle accident claim in Tennessee?

When a motorcycle accident occurs, serious injuries are likely to result due to the bike’s small size compared to other vehicles on the road. However, an insurance company doesn’t care about your injuries and what you need to help you recover. The company only cares about making a profit—which requires keeping your settlement as low as possible.

Why You Need a Motorcycle Accident Attorney

You’re not required to have an attorney to settle your Tennessee motorcycle accident claim, but it would be a mistake to forgo legal representation. The popular misconception is that bikers are reckless with their personal safety, so you’re going to face an uphill battle arguing that you were not responsible for the accident that caused your injuries.
Hiring an attorney ensures that you have someone who is looking out for your interests throughout the process of resolving your claim. Your attorney can make sure the insurance adjuster doesn’t try to ask leading questions that make you look responsible for the accident or pressure you into accepting an inadequate settlement.

If you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal cord injury, or another permanently disabling injury, an attorney’s assistance is crucial. You are facing an uncertain future. You may not be able to return to the type of work you did previously. You may need ongoing medical care and help to perform certain daily tasks. Working with a motorcycle accident attorney ensures you’re properly compensated for this added financial burden. Your attorney can find expert witnesses who can accurately estimate your anticipated future medical needs and loss of future earning potential.

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