Get Your Motorcycle Repaired or Replaced Quickly
When a rider is involved in a motorcycle wreck, a few of the first questions they will have after the crash are; where is my motorcycle? Has it been towed? Who will pay for the damages done to the bike? Our motorcycle accident attorneys will handle the property damage claim for the damages to the bike free.
What Happened to My Motorcycle?
The first question a rider will have after a motorcycle accident is where is my bike and the answer is typically it will be towed from the scene of the crash. The motorcycle will be towed to a tow or wrecking yard and they will hold the motorcycle until the fees are paid for the towing and storage. This often will take some time and make the biker feel that the bike is being held in order to have the daily fee for storage add up. One of the reasons this can occur is because in California the law states only the registered owner of the motorcycle can have the bike released from the tow yard or storage to another location where fees will not be incurred. When the motorcycle involved in an accident is totaled it might require towing to another location from the wrecker storage.
Our lawyers will suggest getting the motorcycle released from the tow yard or wrecker yard as soon as possible. There will be storage costs that will be out of pocket and our attorneys will fight to have these costs reimbursed.
Motorcycle Damage—Repair and Replacement
Damage to your motorcycle can be expensive just like the injuries and it is also emotionally upsetting for the rider. When the motorcycle was damaged in the crash there will be information needed, in order to make a fast motorcycle repair claim to obtain fair and prompt repairs or a replacement value of the bike.
The Ehline Law Firm PC will assist in the property damage claim for the motorcycle and acting as the rider’s legal representative, attorney Michael Ehline will evaluate your motorcycle damage claim, locate the bike, inspect and photograph the damage to help quicken the property damage portion of the claim for the repairs or replacement of the bike.
When the Bike is a Total Loss
The motorcycle rider does not want to hear that the bike has been determined a total loss after an accident. A motorcycle is determined a total loss that will mean that the cost of the repairs that would be required would be over 70 percent of the fair market value of the motorcycle. Our attorneys will get you the maximum amount for your motorcycle when it has been determined a total loss. Arrange a free, no obligation consultation with the attorney, Michael Ehline, by calling 888-400-9721.