Two months ago along the Old Dixie Hwy on the north-side of Vero Beach, Florida, my 63 year old mother-in-law was returning from work when she had an accident at a traffic signal when a motorcycle-rider crashed into the front window of her car. This caused her to suffer cuts, bruises and she was in a state of shock.
The rider was on a Yamaha FZ6 street bike travelling at a speed of about 105 MPH. My mother-in-law was waiting for the light to change, when the biker saw the light turning he apparently braked too hard and skidded. The skidding caused him and his bike to go airborne and land on my mother-in-law’s hood and windshield. She had severe cuts because of the shattered glass. Both she and the motorcycle rider were taken to the hospital and attended to, however the insurance company refused payment stating that she was not eligible. It was highly unfair on the company’s part because she had no reason to cause this so she was hoping her medical care would be paid through her insurance. This wasn’t the first time I had heard of insurance companies denying a claim when they were liable process the claim.
Luckily, she knew of an accident and personal injury specialist attorney in her area. Joe Graves and his law firm is known to employ a dedicated staff of employees who have years of experience in their specialties and understand how to deal with uncooperative insurance companies. She and I were consulted by Mr. Graves himself about how to tackle this situation and come out as winners and not just that, but set a bar for any insurance company in the future to assure his clients are treated properly and how the law dictates. Graves’ injury law specializes in personal injury, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, VA benefits, workers’ compensation and many other legal situations that you can find out about by visiting their law firms located in multiple locations in Florida or you can visit their website. Thanks to the Graves’ Injury Law Firm, my mother-in-law was compensated for her medical bills by the very insurance company that initially denied her claim.