If you're looking to hire an attorney in your motorcycle case, you should look for several different things. Number one is the experience of the attorney. Does the attorney have experience in handling motorcycle cases? Number two, you should look for someone who's going to push your case aggressively. Oftentimes, these cases tend to linger around the attorney's offices, and you want someone who's going to be moving your case forward. Next, you want an attorney who's going to be educating you about the process. You really want to work with an office that's going to be communicating with you, educating you about the process, and educating you about the value of your case. I think those are the critical things that you should look for.