Helping You Win A Motorcycle Case
Because motorcycle accidents generally involve more serious injuries, and even death, we treat your case respectfully, and with our full attention to detail. We understand that you are in pain. A motorcycle accident is a horrible event to go through. You are not alone. We are here to help you through this.
Motorcycle accidents have different legal issues than other vehicles accidents when it comes to fault. Things like wearing protective gear impact your case greatly.
Our experienced attorneys will immediately begin investigating the details of your case. We work hard for you, but we also understand how difficult this time of your life can be. A motorcycle case needs special attention to detail, and with our courtroom experience, we know exactly how to help you and your family recover from your tragic losses.
Motorcyclist deaths occurred 28 times more frequently than fatalities in other vehicles, based on 2016 fatal crash data. If you are a victim of a motorcycle accident, or a loved one left behind, then let us help you find the road to recovery.
Let’s be clear, recovering from a motorcycle accident is never easy. But it helps to understand how the law in Florida looks at these cases.
What Can Impact My Motorcycle Accident Case?
Motorcycle accident cases can be very complex. In a serious accident, your damages can quickly exceed the limits of your insurance policy, or of the other driver’s insurance policy.
Even if you were not wearing a helmet or other protective gear, you are still entitled to a fair case. Your injuries, suffering, and repairs are still worth compensation.
Road conditions can also lead to motorcycle accidents. These are cases against city, county, state or even federal cases. A small pothole could mean you lose control and have injuries to yourself or injuries to others.
The amount of money you can claim after your accident depends on the facts and circumstances of your crash, which is why you need to have a very experienced motorcycle lawyer helping you through this time.
What should you do as a motorcycle victim?
Once the police arrive, they will have questions about your motorcycle accident. If you are in the condition to answer questions, just be honest. It is okay to say you don’t know something! It is much better to go back and give more information later than to give incorrect information to start with.
Start a notebook. Write down dates, events, and anything that happens to you. You will thank yourself later!
Contact us as soon as you can. Our talented team of attorneys will want to start working on your case immediately. If your insurance company calls you, please do not give them a statement until you have spoken to our team. We are here to help YOU!
Proving Your Case
You might worry about how you will prove a motorcycle event to your insurance company. In cases like this, you should contact a Florida Motorcycle attorney like us at Pardy and Rodriguez. We have multiple offices across the state and will work with you and your schedule. We understand that you’re worried about your future and we will do everything we can to get you back on track.
In 2016, motorcyclist fatalities occurred 28 times more frequently than passenger vehicle fatalities in motor vehicle crashes when accounting for vehicle miles traveled (VMT) (NCSA, 2018).