Miami Florida Motorcycle Accident Personal Injury Lawyers. Riding a motorcycle is exhilarating. Unfortunately it is also a dangerous hobby or mode of transportation in Florida. Our Miami Florida Motorcycle accident personal injury lawyers have learned from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration that in 2014, motorcyclists were 27 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a crash per vehicle mile traveled, and almost five times more likely to be injured. While many experienced motorcyclists obey traffic laws and and are responsible drivers, the problem is that many other motorists are not. Couple that with the fact that Florida law does not require Motorcycle riders to wear helmets and that there is no metal barrier between the rider and another colliding vehicle, a crash is almost always going to result in serious personal injury or death. The motorcycle accident personal injury lawyers at Perkins Law Offices have handled numerous catastrophic accidents involving motorcycles, mopeds, scooters, trikes, golf carts, three wheelers, ATV’s, Segways, off road bikes and all other kinds of motorized vehicles.
It is almost absolute that a motorcyclist will wind up in the hospital with serious personal injuries after a crash with another vehicle or after having to lay the bike down to avoid a collision or due to a poorly designed and maintained construction project on the roadway. Our Miami Florida motorcycle accident personal injury lawyers will help our motorcycle accident clients every step of the way with personal attention. Our Miami Florida motorcycle accident personal injury investigate will all facets of the motorcycle crash to determine the cause of the motorcycle accident and the ability to recover money from the the at fault party or partially at fault party. This means our Miami Florida motorcycle accident lawyers are creative, and will leave no stone unturned in assisting our motorcycle crash victims receive compensation. Our Miami Florida Motorcycle accident personal injury attorneys, investigators and expert witnesses, will analyze the crash and all possible avenues of financial responsibility. Even if the motorcycle rider was not wearing a helmet, our Miami Florida motorcycle accident personal injury lawyers will still be able to pursue a claim or lawsuit. Not wearing a helmet, albeit dangerous, does not bar bar a motorcycle rider from bringing a claim or lawsuit.
Our Miami Florida motorcycle accident personal injury lawyers have learned from NHTSA that in 2014, 39 percent of those motorcyclists killed were not wearing helmets. Our Miami Florida motorcycle accident personal injury lawyers also note that NHTSA shows 4,976 people died in motorcycle crashes in 2015, up 8.3 percent from 4,594 in 2014. In addition, 92,000 motorcyclists were injured in 2014. Also our Miami Florida motorcycle accident personal injury lawyers have learned that according to the latest data available from the Federal Highway Administration, there were 8.4 million private and commercial motorcycles on U.S. roads in 2014. As such, incidents of serious personal injury and death are bound to happen unfortunately. Should you or a loved one get injured or killed in an accident, please do not hesitate to call or email one of our best Miami Florida motorcycle accident personal injury lawyers at 305-741-Laws (5297) or toll free at 855-741-LAWS (5297) or by email at Perkins@perkinslawoffices.com.Mo