After a serious motorcycle accident occurs, most people worry about paying their medical bills. But what about the money you’ve lost if your motorcycle injury prevents you from going to work, especially in an expensive city like San Diego? After all, your paychecks are vital for you and your familys survival. This is why our motorcycle lawyers recommend filing for what’s legally referred to as a loss of earnings claim, which we include in your insurance claim.

We Know the Best Way to Claim Lost Wages

When we make a claim for lost earnings, it’s much easier when you have documented proof of exactly how much money you lost. Here are the important things to document:

  1. Loss of EarningsThe time period you missed (or are expected to miss) at work.
  2. The amount of money you wouldve made if you were able to work.

Loss of earnings claims require documentation, as well as expert opinion in some cases. That’s where our San Diego law firm comes into play.

We Seek Compensation for All Damages

In addition to your lost wages, you may also suffer emotional damages and property damage. We will also work to make sure that you dont have to pay for medical bills after an injury that wasnt your fault.

Call Us Now to Maximize Your Settlement

Since 1992, our San Diego law office has been helping people through difficult times after an injury. Michael Pines was once an insurance company lawyer, so he knows how the other side thinks. Don’t try to fight your case alone. Let us help you recover the maximum motorcycle accident settlement with the least amount of stress.If you unable to work because of an injury you suffered in a motorcycle crash, we urge you to contact our bilingual offices as soon as possible following the accident at 1-858-551-2090 for a FREE Consultation with an experienced motorcycle injury lawyer in San Diego. You may also click here to submit your case for a FREE Online Review.Our lawyers handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not pay anything until we recover money on your behalf.