Can I Get a Car Rental After a Motorcycle Accident in Los Angeles?

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Motorcycle accident lawyer David Azizi is often asked about car rental after a motorcycle or car accident. It is very important to understand that this it can be tricky. It is important to look at your current car insurance policy and the policy of the individual who was responsible for your accident.

 

Transportation Needs in a Busy World

 

There are a number of California residents that have the ability to work from home. If this is the case, they may not have to worry about a vehicle or car rental after being in an accident. In a sprawling city such as Los Angeles, having a vehicle is necessary for such activities as grocery shopping, taking the kids to school or visiting the doctor.

Alternately, many individuals are required to be at a specific location for their employment. Rather than stressing out about finding the money to pay for a daily or weekly car rental, allow David Azizi, a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, to help you. In what could take you several days or weeks to figure out, we can likely get it completed in a few hours.

 

Repairs: Average Time and Cost of a Rental Vehicle

 

Repairs can take an average of two weeks. If you rent a vehicle for that amount of time, it can cost up to $500. Luckily, there is an option attached to your car insurance that can help. It is called rental reimbursement. If you do not have this, you might be able to be reimbursed by the other driver’s insurance.

 

Call a Personal Injury Lawyer Today

 

If you are in an accident, call the offices of David Azizi. He will review your case and answer your questions during a free case evaluation. If you decide to proceed with your case, there is no fee until your case is won. David will also help by speaking to the insurance company on your behalf. Reach out to him 24/7 at 1-800-991-5292 to set up the free consultation. We recognize motorcycle or car accidents don’t happen only during business hours, so we want to be available to you in your time of need.