Insurance Issues

North Carolina Motorcycle Accident Attorneys – (800) 351-3008

After being in a motorcycle accident, you need to find an ally you can lean on for support and guidance. Unfortunately, insurance company representatives will not be true supporters, no matter how friendly they might act when interacting with you. Insurance companies want to save money by reducing the value of your claim. When pursuing compensation and justice, this conflict of interest can make for some serious insurance issues.

At The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, our motorcycle injury lawyers in North & South Carolina are steadfast in defending and upholding the rights of injured riders. Not only do we have a comprehensive knowledge of all legalities related to motorcycle crashes and liability, but many of our team members are proud motorcyclists themselves. We take each motorcycle accident case personally, as if we are representing a close friend, for we actually are in many situations. Our team can be your tried and true ally in your time of need.

Find out how we can help you overcome insurance issues. Contact us now.

Insurance Companies Hold Riders in a Negative Light

From the start, insurance companies do not see motorcyclists as responsible motorists. Companies tend to buy into unfair stereotypes that paint riders as reckless thrill seekers who choose to ride a motorcycle because it is “cool” and “dangerous.” As any rider can tell you, this is not the case. We are motorists just like everyone else who want to get from point A to point B safely, because the journey is as important as the destination.

Our North Carolina motorcycle accident attorneys work fast to dismantle any insurance company objections that are rooted in stereotypical ideas of a motorcyclist. Using our own personal experiences, we can anticipate what they will say or do, and what needs to be done in response.

Motorcycle Insurance in North Carolina

Everyone who wants to legally operate a motor vehicle in North Carolina needs to purchase and keep active liability insurance that meets minimum requirements.

If you get hit by another motorist while riding your motorcycle, then you should be able to reasonably expect to be covered for at least these minimum amounts. You know you are running into a serious insurance issue when they want to give you a lesser amount that does not cover all of your damages. A commonplace insurance company tactic is lowballing coverage or settlement amounts, knowing it is not enough or justified, and hoping the policyholder or injured party accepts it without double-checking. Do not let this happen to you.

For Fierce Defenders of Your Rights, Call (800) 351-3008

No one takes your insurance issues more seriously than our North Carolina motorcycle accident lawyers. As riders ourselves, we know what is at stake and will put forth every effort to collect every penny you deserve. Equip your case with 100+ years of collective legal experience by contacting us online and scheduling a free initial consultation today.

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"… Larry and his team took over and were able to get us a fair settlement in a short time. I would highly recommend Larry and his team to anyone that finds themselves in an unfortunate situation where they're trying to get an insurance company to treat them fairly. Larry and his team get 5 stars from us! Josh J.
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