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Chester Law Group Announces the Release of a Free Book for Bike Accident Victims

Individuals find this informative book to be of great help as they deal with their motocycle claim and recover from their injuries, ChesterLaw.com reports

Akron, Ohio – March 27, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Chester Law Group proudly announces the release of a free motorcycle accident book for individuals in Ohio who have been injured on a motorcycle. Authored by personal injury lawyer David M. Chester of the Chester Law Group, this informative book covers the topics of most importance to people who are dealing with a motorcycle claim and recovering from their injuries resulting from the accident. The law firm maintains offices across the state to help individuals in this situation.

“The free book covers a wide range of topics important at this time. First and foremost, the Ohio motorcycle accident lawyers discuss how a motorcycle accident differs from other motor vehicle claims and why this is of importance due to the seriousness of the injuries. Furthermore, it explains why unique experts are needed to prove a person’s claim,” David M. Chester explains.

Victims often make mistakes that kill their motorcycle accident case before it begins, and the book details how to avoid these mistakes. It goes on to provide secrets every person should know so they don’t destroy the case. Adjusters work hard to minimize losses to the insurance company and individuals need to be aware of these tricks and traps when hiring an attorney for representation. These are only a few of the many ways an attorney works to ensure the victim receives the maximum compensation possible.

“When a victim receives a settlement from the accident, he or she is expected to repay the health insurance carrier that paid any medical bills related to the accident. There are ways to reduce the amount that must be repaid and the book covers this in detail. Victims of a motorcycle accident who request this book find it to be of great help in their time of need,” Chester continues.

Sadly, some individuals lose their life as a result of a motorcycle accident. The Ohio State Highway Patrol reports 200 people lost their lives in a motorcycle accident in 2016 and this number has been climbing in recent years. Surviving family members need to know how to file a wrongful death claim in this situation. In addition, the average person does not know how to go about determining a fair amount of compensation for their claim. The right accident attorney is needed to ensure a victim gets exactly this.

“It can be difficult to determine which attorney is best for your case. The book provides information on how to go about choosing an attorney. Request your copy today. You don’t have to tackle the insurance company and/or legal system alone. We are here to help in your time of need,” Chester declares.

About Chester Law Group:

Chester Law Group, a personal injury law firm, handles car, truck, motorcycle, bicycle and pedestrian accidents along with medical malpractice and industrial injury cases throughout Ohio.

Contact Info:
Name: David M. Chester
Email: Info@chesterlaw.com
Organization: Chester Law Group
Address: 430 white pond dr, Akron, OH 44320
Phone: 800 218 4243

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