Avoid This Common Mistake After a Motorcycle Accident

This video features Ryan Skiver, a Personal Injury attorney based in Arizona.

Arizona Injury Lawyer Represents Injured Bikers

Video Transcript:

Tom Mustin: 

What's the biggest mistake a biker can make in a motorcycle accident? We Ask Arizona Attorney Ryan Skiver, in this Ask The Lawyers quick question.

Ryan Skiver: 

One of the biggest mistakes that a biker or motorcycle rider can make after being involved in a crash is simply allowing the insurance company to take your motorcycle and accept payment for it. Oftentimes, a lot of the evidence about how the crash happened can be contained in damage to your motorcycle. And it's always important to preserve that, at least to inspect it first before you let it go, to decide if there is actual evidence that can help to prove your case and put the responsibility on the other driver. So be careful with making any of those quick decisions or allowing the insurance company to take over possession of your motorcycle.

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