Muscle Damage
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Muscle Damage from Motorcycle Accidents in Chicago

Muscle damage” is a catch-all term that can refer to whiplash, back strains, muscle weakness, spasms, and other conditions. One of the most insidious aspects of many forms of motorcycle muscle damage is the fact that it may occur some time after the accident. The longer you wait to see a doctor, the harder it can be to prove that your muscle damage was caused by the accident. In our experience, defendants and insurance companies will jump on any weakness in a motorcycle accident victim’s claim and exploit it for the maximum possible leverage. We see it as part of our job to alert you to potential claim-damaging mistakes and to work to quickly repair any mistakes that have already been made.   

Nobody Bullies Our Clients. Nobody.

At Malman Law, we still see red when we catch a defendant or an insurance company trying to bully our clients. We won’t stand for it, and our results prove it:

  • We’ve been representing accident victims continuously since 1994
  • 15,000 clients have collected over $200,000,000 through our efforts
  • We win 95 percent of the time
  • Only five percent of our clients have to go to trial – the rest receive private settlements
  • A number of our clients have received astronomically high settlements

A Former Client Speaks Out

“Two years ago, I was involved in a trucking accident involving a 14-wheeler truck that nearly disabled me for life. Steve fought to make sure that I received the most possible compensation for my injuries. I was about to take the insurance company’s lowball offer, but decided to call Steve first – it was the best decision I’ve made yet.” – Malman Law Client

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Malman Law handles the following types of motorcycle accident claims, among others:

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