Motorcycle accident cases are very different from other personal injury cases involving cars, trucks, or SUVs. There’s often more at stake, as the injuries and losses suffered by the motorcyclist can be much more severe than with other cases.
Because of this, a knowledgeable attorney who knows the nuances of taking a motorcycle accident compensation case to trial (if needed) is such a helpful resource. There are many ways that the post-accident conversations between you and the insurance companies can go very wrong, and we want to protect you from making the kinds of mistakes that could potentially cost you thousands in owed compensation.
Why Mitchel S. Drantch?
The Law Offices of Mitchel S. Drantch have been serving the needs of injured drivers and motorcycle riders for more than 26 years. We’ve seen the many tricks that insurance companies will try to play in order to get the injured party to accept a lower payout than they are entitled to, and we know how to fight for every penny owed to the injured party.
If you’re doing your homework on the local, Denver-area attorneys that might be best to take your case, consider this:
Attorney Mitchel S. Drantch has secured numerous six- and seven-figure settlements including a $4.65 million jury verdict, one of the largest personal injury verdicts In Colorado history.
When it comes to high-stakes cases that involve significant personal injury claims, extensive property damage, or even death, the Mitchel S. Drantch team knows the strategies and tactics that win. This knowledge is absolutely invaluable for our clients, because it means they have the best of the best in their corner.
What to Expect in Working with Us
We realize that the days and weeks after a motorcycle wreck can be especially difficult. There can be doctor visits to manage, phone calls to make and return, and missed work to make up for. To help motorcycle accident victims manage all of this, the Law Offices of Mitchel S. Drantch employ a four-step approach to every case we take on.
We find that this approach is best for the injured as well as those in their lives—the ones who are helping to keep everything together and moving along smoothly.
These four steps are as follows:
Step 1: Evaluation of your case
During the evaluation phase, an attorney will review the details of your case including an estimation of all damages and losses. Another important part of the evaluation phase is accident reconstruction, wherein the attorney will piece together the events leading up to the accident in an effort to ‘reconstruct’ what actually happened.
During case evaluation, we’ll tell you whether or not our legal representation is a good fit for you, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask whatever questions you have at the time.
Step 2: Investigation and Data Collection
When our legal team begins collecting the data we need to support your case, we leave no stone unturned. This involves obtaining as many facts about the motorcycle accident as possible, a process that may take time.
The best part of all of this is that you’re never left wondering about the status of your case. We keep you updated whenever there is a new development, and we remain by your side to address whatever legal concerns might be raised.
Step 3: The Settlement
A settlement is just a term for an agreement between two or more parties that results in a case being settled. For motorcycle accident cases, many settlements come before arbitration or trial is even necessary. In fact, we want a pre-trial settlement, but we only want a settlement that is going to result in you getting the compensation you deserve and not a penny less.
For motorcycle accident cases that cannot be settled without further legal action, we move onto step four.
Step 4: Trial
Taking a motorcycle accident case to trial is often a very time-consuming process. Very few insurance companies want to expend the time, effort, and money required to do this, which is why so many cases are settled before step four.
However, when the time does come to try the case, Mitchel S. Drantch knows exactly what cards to play and when. He is, after all, a 26-year veteran trial attorney, and he knows from first-hand experience exactly how to fight for his clients in a trial setting.
Don’t Fight This Alone; Call Us Today
If you have suffered personal injury because of a motorcycle accident that wasn’t your fault, then the worst mistake you could make is trying to handle all of the ensuing legal issues yourself.
Contact our team immediately to schedule your free consultation. We look forward to working with you.