No attorney can give you an exact answer on how long it will take to resolve a motorcycle accident case. Every case is different, and unexpected factors could cause delays. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, the team at Salamati Law can advise you on what to expect. While an exact answer on how long your case will take is not possible, our team relies on their experience and skill to give you the best estimate possible.
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Some firm deadlines apply to an insurance claim or lawsuit following a motorcycle accident. These deadlines could play an essential part in determining how long it takes to resolve your case. When you file an insurance claim after an accident, California law requires the insurance company to respond to you within 40 days. However, there is some flexibility here, as the insurance company can request an extension from you or your lawyer.
There is another important deadline to be aware of—the statute of limitations. It is a firm deadline that you must abide by when filing a personal injury lawsuit. If you fail to file your lawsuit on time, you could miss out on the right to secure compensation entirely.
Some personal injury cases will only last a few months. When everything goes smoothly, resolving them takes little more than thoughtful negotiation and the rapid execution of settlement documents.
Unfortunately, delays are common and could drag out your settlement for months or even years. While some delays cannot be helped, others are entirely avoidable with the right Los Angeles motorcycle accident lawyer by your side. Some common factors that could delay your case include:
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If you have questions about how long your motorcycle accident case might take, an attorney from our office can answer them. While our team cannot promise you a quick resolution, we will work tirelessly to help you resolve your claim as soon as possible. To learn more, contact Salamati Law right away for a free consultation.