Fareesh S. Sarangi - Motorcycle Collisions Attorney
Motorcycle collisions are different from standard motor vehicle collisions. Fareesh is an experienced motorcycle rider, and owned a Suzuki Katana for several years. He has completed the Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program (GMSP) and understands the unique issues and dangers motorcycle riders face every day. Motorcycle riders often sustain injuries that are far more severe than would have been sustained if the rider was in a motor vehicle, and that requires a skilled attorney, familiar with motorcycle specific issues, to present your case in a way that makes the other party understand the harm they have caused.
Most people who are injured in a motorcycle collision have never been faced with that situation before. You have an injury to deal with, you might be struggling to pay for medical care, you are missing work, and the collision impacts your family. On top of all of that, you may have lost your primary mode of transportation (your bike) for an extended period of time, and you are not sure what to do next.
The driver that injured you has a professional adjuster on the other end of your phone line ready to take advantage of this situation. In addition to having professional adjusters, they also have a team of attorneys reviewing their cases before you are out of the hospital. Do not talk to the other insurance adjuster, and do not sign anything until you talk to Fareesh.
Our first job is to thoroughly investigate the collision and identify all at-fault parties. Sometimes straightforward motorcycle collisions are anything but straightforward. In addition to establishing fault, we thoroughly review your damages and make sure we present them in a way to get you the full compensation you deserve. "Damages" are more than just your physical injuries ? they include lost wages, future lost wages, future medical expenses, pain and suffering, and if you are married, your spouse may also have a claim for damages based on your injuries.
Lastly, we prepare and present all of the evidence in a way to persuade the other company to value your case in a way that is fair to you and maximizes the compensation you deserve.
The driver that injured you has an entire insurance company and team of lawyers representing them, with professionals whose job is to get you to take the least money possible and send you away. Shouldn't you have a professional representing you?