Immediately after a motorcycle accident, it is impossible to determine exactly what your injuries are worth. Even if the motorcycle accident results in a fatal injury, the medical bills, funeral arrangements, and loss of future income cannot be immediately determined. There are two parts to a PA or NJ motorcycle accident injury case. The first part is called liability or who is at fault for the motorcycle accident. An experienced motorcycle attorney can usually determine liability fairly quickly. The second part of the case is damages or the personal injuries, pain and suffering, disability, medical bills, lost wages, and property damages caused by the driver who caused the motorcycle accident. Damages take time to determine. The permanency of your injuries and resulting disability takes months and sometimes years to determine. In a motorcycle accident case, the injured victim has the duty to prove liability and damages. It takes a local experienced motorcycle injury lawyer to determine what your injuries are worth.