Hiring a Michigan Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

The risk of severe injuries can be greater in a motorcycle accident compared to an enclosed vehicle due to a lack of visibility and less physical protection. And because of different laws and insurance coverages that apply to motorcyclists, these cases are handled much differently than auto collisions. Our dedicated team of Michigan motorcycle accident lawyers has decades of experience in assisting motorcyclists and their families across the state to navigate this complex area of law.

We work hard to protect our client’s rights to not only immediate medical care but their future recovery needs as well.  If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle crash, you need the support and expertise of an experienced Michigan motorcycle accident lawyer.

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What Every Michigan Motorcyclist Should Know

As a motorcyclist, you are entitled to specific rights. Our firm has helped protect these rights since opening our doors more than 60 years ago. Below are some of the most common questions we receive from motorcyclists:

These questions are just the tip of the iceberg. Because each motorcycle accident in Michigan is unique with its own set of diverse variables, your case can be a complicated and lengthy process to navigate. When you call Sinas Dramis Law Firm, you’ll be connected with an experienced Michigan motorcycle accident lawyer who will walk you through your next steps and explain your rights as a motorcyclist in this state.

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Motorcycle accidents and the unfolding aftermath can be a complicated process. You have your health and wellbeing to focus on, as well as possible loss of income due to injuries, and damages to your motorcycle. This all combined with the trauma of your incident can easily become overwhelming. Speaking with an experienced attorney helps ensure you receive the compensation you are entitled to.

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Single woman motorcyclist struck by a commercial vehicle resulting in serious orthopedic injuries.


Highway defect case resulting in motorcyclist quadriplegia.


Wrongful death settlement in motorcycle collision with a construction contractor.


Multi-vehicle collision resulting in severe orthopedic injuries to the motorcyclist.

Motorcycle Accident Settlements & Verdicts

Sinas Dramis Law Firm has helped hundreds of Michigan motorcyclists and their families obtain the compensation. Whether it’s a claim for no-fault benefits or pursuing a negligence claim against the driver of the motor vehicle involved in your crash, we’re here to support you and pursue every legal action you’re entitled to. Above are a few of the results we’ve obtained on behalf of Michigan motorcyclists.

What to Do After a Motorcycle Accident

Seek medical attention.

Your first priority after an accident is to take care of yourself. Some of the most common motorcycle accident injuries include:

Because the severity of an injury often takes time to reveal itself, we recommend seeking medical attention immediately. If emergency medical personnel respond to your collision, they will make an initial assessment and recommendation for possible transport to a local hospital and further testing.

Obtain information.

Since many motorcycle collisions involve another vehicle in addition to your motorcycle, it’s important to get the other driver’s information, including their contact information and insurance information. If police officers are called to the scene, they will assist in collecting the necessary details. The following is further information you might find helpful regarding motorcycle accidents and insurance:

Contact your insurance provider. 

You are responsible for letting your insurance agent know about your accident. While you need to do this in a timely manner after the incident, we caution motorcyclists to first have their injuries assessed and motorcycle inspected. Doing so helps you understand the severity of damages to you and your property. Many insurers underappreciate your damages and attempt to compensate you based on their own interest.

Don’t admit fault. 

Admitting fault or denying any injury at the time of the accident can potentially lead to complications and possible denial of your insurance claim. It is best to limit communication with other parties until you are fully assessed medically and have had your motorcycle inspected. While you should never lie to law enforcement or your insurance company, you should seek the legal counsel of an attorney first.

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When to Call a Michigan Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

If you’ve been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, your first priority is to take care of yourself. Depending on the severity of the collision, you may need to be taken to the emergency department via ambulance. If you are unable to, local law enforcement should be on the scene to help gather information regarding your accident, such as the other motorist’s insurance and contact information.

Once you have been assessed by a medical professional, you should consider consulting with an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer regarding your case. Sinas Dramis offers free consultations and doesn’t collect a single fee until you settle or win.

Michigan motorcycle accident lawyer, Bryan Waldman, explains some of the legal requirements of Michigan motorcyclists and provides an update to motorcycle insurance laws as a result of the 2019 auto no-fault reforms.