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Motorcycle accidents are among the most physically traumatic types of motor vehicle collisions. Even with a helmet and protective gear, motorcyclists can suffer significant injuries. A common injury is road rash – skin and soft-tissue damage from contact or friction with the road.
A car accident involving multiple cars, such as a chain-reaction accident with three or more vehicles, can cause a large amount of damage and destruction. These car accidents can result in complicated insurance claims, as well. There might be a dispute between multiple insurance carriers concerning liability, for example, or several injured parties.
Evidence is important after a motorcycle accident in Arizona. Evidence refers to the facts, documents and information available to prove a claim that is being made. In Arizona, an injured motorcycle accident victim must provide clear and convincing evidence that the other driver is at fault to recover compensation through that driver’s auto insurance company.
You may not be able to win your car accident case or obtain the compensation that you deserve without evidence. Evidence is the foundation for most personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits in Arizona. It is a pillar of the civil justice system.
Thanks to modern technology, dashboard cameras (known simply as dash cams) have become commonplace in many vehicles – as have GoPro cameras attached to helmets for motorcyclists and bicyclists. A dash cam can record footage that is important during a car accident claim in Glendale.