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Motorcycle Accident Law Basics: Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries or even death to the biker. The process of recovering damages for the negligence of a driver who caused your injuries in a motorcycle accident can be difficult. The Madison lawyer(s) at Lawton & Cates, S.C. answer your important questions, on video, about the process of recovering damages for motorcycle accident injuries in Wisconsin. For answers to your legal questions about Motorcycle Accident Law, click on a question below, or to contact Lawton & Cates, S.C. about Motorcycle Accident Law issues, use the form below or call (608) 729-7813.

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Are punitive damages ever available in a Wisconsin motorcycle accident cases?

Are there alternatives to going to court in a Wisconsin motorcycle accident case?

Can I cash a check from the other party's insurance company after a motorcycle accident, if I do not settle?

Do I have to take the first settlement that the insurance company offers me in my Wisconsin motorcycle accident case?

Do I need a motorcycle accident attorney even if I have motorcycle insurance?

How long will my Wisconsin motorcycle accident case take?

I did not think I was hurt in my motorcycle accident, but now I am experiencing pain. What should I do?

I was hit by a car while riding my motorcycle, and the driver's insurer told me I do not need a lawyer. Is this true?

I was in a Wisconsin traffic accident when a car turned left in front of me while I was riding my motorcycle. Who is at fault?

I was involved in a Wisconsin motorcycle accident, but I don't have a motorcycle license. Can I still recover compensation?

I was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident and the driver of the car that hit me has only a minimum amount of coverage. What are my options in Wisconsin?

Is there a difference between uninsured motorist coverage and underinsured motorist coverage?

My motorcycle accident injuries put me out of work for quite a while and I had substantial medical bills. Now that I have settled my case do I have to pay taxes on my recovery?

Should I accept the insurance settlement offer, because if I sue for more, I have to give one-third to a lawyer?

Should I inform the police if I am involved in a motorcycle accident?


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Lawton & Cates, S.C.

10 East Doty Street, Suite 400
Madison, Wisconsin 53703

(608) 729-7813

About Our Firm

For over 50 years, Lawton & Cates, S.C. has represented workers, the injured, consumers and small businesses. Our attorneys have achieved national and local recognition. The firm has the highest rating possible by Martindale Hubbell. The firm is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers for personal injury, labor and employment law, civil and criminal trial practice and construction law.

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The Wisconsin lawyer(s) at Lawton & Cates, S.C. offer their Motorcycle Accident Lawservices to residents of Madison, Wisconsin, and serves Dane County and the surrounding communities of Baraboo, Jefferson, Janesville, Juneau, Wausau, Sauk County, Jefferson County, Rock County, Dodge County and Marathon County.