In the U.S., countless people enjoy riding their motorcycles on roads, streets and highways. While riding their motorcycles, bikers rarely anticipate being involved in an accident. However, thousands of motorcycle accidents are reported in the state of Florida each year. While many people assume that motorcyclists are rebels and cause the majority of motorcycle accidents, the truth is that the leading cause of motorcycle accidents is auto driver negligence. All too often, drivers of cars, trucks and SUVs partake in reckless driving behaviors while driving near motorcyclists, which can lead to major collisions.
After a motorcycle accident has occurred, the motorcyclist is the person who will be most at risk for sustaining injuries or being killed. Unlike drivers of automobiles, motorcyclists are not enclosed by strong metal, which means that their bodies take the brunt of the impact. Due to this fact, many motorcycle accidents lead to catastrophic injuries, like head injuries, spinal cord injuries and even brain injuries. Injuries like these require immediate and persistent medical treatment and may be permanent in nature. This means that after incurring injuries from their motorcycle accidents, motorcyclists’ lives will change forever.
South Florida Motorcycle Accident Attorney
Anytime people have been injured during motorcycle accidents, and they suspect that negligence played a role in their accidents, they should take the time to discuss their cases with a skilled South Florida personal injury attorney, such as the attorneys at our firm. We provide a confidential case evaluation to all prospective clients. During case evaluations, victims can ask pressing questions and receive legal insight from our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers. We will advise victims of their legal rights and start to explain their options. Should we feel that they have strong cases, we will provide them with aggressive representation and ongoing counsel.
With offices in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale Orner Law, LLC servews injury and accident victims throughout South Florida.
Contact a South Florida Motorcycle Accident Lawyer at our offices to see how we can help with your case.