Our team of experienced personal injury attorneys will vigorously fight on behalf of victims and their families who are injured in motorcycle accidents.
Motorcycle Accident Attorneys in Bradenton
If you have been injured as the result of another driver’s negligence, contact us immediately. Do not agree to sign any settlement or discuss your concerns, injuries, or damages with anyone other than an attorney. Do not allow anyone representing your doctor, hospital, or emergency room to record any statement until after you talk to our office. We will represent your rights to a full and fair recovery. There is no charge for this initial consultation and we will come to you.
If you’ve experienced a motorcycle accident, the impacts can be overwhelming. Pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages, and a general disruption of your life – these are the common results of a motorcycle accident. You should not have to suffer because of another individual’s negligence. Do not assume that contacting your insurance company will eliminate the burden. Understand that insurance companies are in business to make money, so the less the company pays in policyholder claims, the more profitable they will be.
You may be riding to work, on your way to dinner with friends, making your way across town, or just heading to the grocery store. Whatever the errand, there exists a basic assumption that if you obey the traffic laws and you operate your motorcycle responsibly, you should be able to complete your trip without incident. Unfortunately, the negligent behavior of certain drivers occasionally subjects others to the risk of motorcycle accidents.
We are centrally located in Bradenton, FL which allows us to conveniently serve you no matter where you live in Manatee, Sarasota, and surrounding counties on the West Coast of Florida.
Common scenarios for negligent drivers:
- Rear-end collisions, t-bone collisions, sideswipes, etc.
- Inattentive drivers
- Speeding and reckless driving
- Awareness deficit
- Texting and cell phone usage
- Disregarding hazardous conditions
- Impaired and imperiled driving