Tired of contacting 800 numbers or web based law firms that direct you to a firm in your area that specializes in motorcycle accidents. Don’t be directed to a call center, demand the attention your motorcycle accident deserves. At Benson and Bingham you can contact our firm and talk directly to one of our experienced attorneys. Both Joe Benson and Ben Bingham are experienced riders and members of the motorcycle community. We understand and can relate to riders and the common fears encountered while operating a motorcycle. Being actual riders can help you in every aspect of the case. Don’t trust your case to an attorney that dabbles occasionally with motorcycle accidents. You need a firm that is dedicated to motorcycle enthusiasts.
We have represented riders of sport bikes, naked bikes, Harley-Davidsons, choppers, bobbers, cafe races and many custom bikes. Let us make sure that the insurance companies give you full value for your iron horse in addition to all the add-ons or aftermarket parts. Let us ensure your medical bills are paid for, that your lost wages are recovered and that you are receiving the medical attention necessary to get you back on the road. When we take in a new motorcycle accident case, we earmark the file as these clients usually suffer significant personal injuries. Statistically motorcyclist often experience ejection from their bikes and are eighteen times more likely to have a fatal accident. Injuries often result in head trauma, brain damage, and severe road rash. From the inception we ensure that a motorcycle accident case is postured properly with the insurance company to get our riders top value for their case. Ride with a law firm that cares, Benson & Bingham handles motorcycle accident victims with priority.
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Many people who are involved in motor vehicle or car accidents fall victim not once, but twice. First, they lose the time associated with waiting for Metro to arrive on the scene and often are unable to drive their vehicle after the accident due to property damage. Secondly, they are injured from the accident, but cannot go see the doctor as they don’t have health Insurance. So they attempt to remedy their personal injuries with over the counter Motrin or Tylenol. In most cases, an individual’s personal injuries sustained from a car accident will not resolve on its own. At Benson & Bingham they can get you in to see a personal injury doctor who concentrates their practice on car accident or personal injury victims.
There are basically three ways to pay for your medical bills in the event of a car accident. First, you can pay the doctor cash every time you go in for a visit. This option is not utilized by many as the cost of medical care isn’t cheap. The second option, is to use your health insurance. For those car accident victims who do have insurance they can go see a doctor within their plan while paying their co-pays along the way. However, in most cases, if the car accident victim uses their health insurance and then receives a settlement from a third party, they do have a duty to reimburse the health insurance provider. The third option is the only option to ensure that the victim of a car wreck doesn’t pay a penny out of pocket. This option is referred to as seeing a doctor on a “lien basis”. A lien is a fancy word for a promissory note that the doctor has secured against your personal injury case. When a personal injury victim goes in to see the doctor, that doctor will make the individual and a Benson & Bingham representative sign the lien to ensure that the doctors medical bills are paid for out of the settlement of the case. With the lien secured by our law office, the doctor will provide personal injury victims with the medical treatment they deserve.
If you are one of the hundreds of thousands of people who have been involved in a car accident or other personal injury and do not have health insurance to see a doctor, contact Benson & Bingham at 702-382-9797 and let us get you into see a physician right away.
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The NTSB upgraded safety ratings on 2011 model vehicles. The newer, more rigorous standards make a Five Star rating a tough achievement. The new testing standards include three major improvements: the pole test, effects on Female occupants, and consideration of vehicle safety technologies. The pole test gauges a vehicle’s safety when a car side impacts the driver’s side. Never before has the testing assumed a female occupant, nor has the testing considered newer technologies such as accident avoidance or electronic stability control (ESC). Of the 33 tested so far (55 will be tested), only the BMW 5 series sedan and the Hyandai Sonata have scored a perfect 5 stars.
This is a huge difference from previous years when nearly 99 received a 5 star rating. Certainly, this new bar will challenge car makers to improve their structural integrity and begin implementing better technologies in passenger sedans. While some car makers complain this will affect sales of what they thought was a “safe” car, the new system rewards those manufacturers who truly considered safety and went beyond what outdated government testing used to use. Our law firm highly recommends consumers choose safer cars. While their may be a temptation to drive a Hybrid or small electric vehicle, who wants to save gas, and give up safety? Perhaps a balance exists in certain vehicles—until then, I will continue to drive my 6,000 lb+ F250 Diesel truck. If you have been injured in an accident please call our law firm for a free, no hassle consultation.
Benson & Bingham Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorneys
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