Of course, this is not the only meet as there are other charitable events, poker runs, bike nights, and more too. In other words, the state has a lot to offer riders, which is why there are more and more of them on our roads each day. In fact, a study by Statista revealed that Florida came in at number two on the estimated list of registered motorcycles by the state in 2017 with 586,267. However, that number doesn't account for the number of riders that came to Florida just passing through.
Simply put, a bunch of bikes can be on the streets and highways at any given time. Thus, motorists and motorcyclists must pay attention to what they are doing to avoid collisions. After all, nobody wants to be involved in an accident, but still, they happen from time to time. Even with the protective equipment that bikers can purchase, these accidents are usually extremely unforgiving to them and their passengers. Persons often lose their lives or sustain severe injuries such as...
• Fractured Or Broken Arms And Legs
• Head And Facial Wounds
• Road Rash
• Burns Caused By Fire Or Explosion
• Traumatic Brain Injuries
Contact Our Accident Lawyer To Discuss Your Options
If another operator acted negligently or recklessly and caused the crash, why should you be responsible for the expensive medical bills and other expenses that will follow? The correct response is that you shouldn't. Our firm has been committed to helping Florida's injured for more than 30-years. We have the experience, know-how, and ability to get you the monetary settlement that you deserve. Feel free to take a look at our results page to see some of the awards for yourself.
Then, once you decide to hire an attorney, give us a call for a free case review. After all, motorcycle accident victims have been through enough already, and they shouldn't have to break the bank just to find out where their claim stands. Plus, personal injury cases are paid on a contingency fee basis, which means the client only pays if compensation is awarded. So, don't delay and put your recovery in jeopardy. Instead, contact us today.
What About When Something Else Causes The Injury?
As mentioned above, many riders buy helmets, vests, padded suits, and more to protect them while operating their motorcycles. Sometimes, the equipment doesn't do what it is supposed to do though. So, all motorcyclists should know about this recall expected to begin in April 2019. Ivolution Sports, Inc is recalling approximately 3,000 IV2 HY808 helmets. These headpieces came in the sizes of small, medium, large, and extra-large. They feature the part number Hy808.
The helmets fail to meet the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 218. In the event of a motorcycle crash, the lid may not adequately protect the wearer from a head impact. While the company is doing its duty by recalling the pieces, severe injuries might still occur. Products are supposed to be safe and ready for consumers to use by the time they make it to the open market, but unfortunately, things slip through the cracks all the time.
Dealing with the lawyers that manufacturers have on retainer can be quite the tall order. They are sly, slick, and try to do whatever it takes to prevent their client from paying out a large sum. So, if you receive injuries in a crash, and the equipment you were wearing is to blame, put a proven firm on your side to fight for what is right and just.