Pembroke Pines
Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Because motorcycles offer little physical protection to riders who get into accidents, motorcyclists often sustain severe injuries. If you were injured in a motorcycle accident, talk to a personal injury lawyer about your claim for compensation.

You could recover the financial compensation you need, but you need to know about and fight for your rights. We have helped motorcycle accident victims in Pembroke Pines and throughout South Florida.

Types of Recoverable Damages You Could Secure After a Motorcycle Accident

The damages available to you depend on your injuries and the type of accident involved. Here are some of the most common types of recoverable damages:

#1. Medical Bills

You may recover compensation for all medical expenses you incurred as a result of your motorcycle accident, including:

  • Hospital stays
  • Doctor appointments
  • Rehabilitation
  • Therapy treatments,
  • Prescription medications
  • Surgeries

If your injuries ultimately lead to long-term disability or chronic pain, you could even recover costs for expected future medical care.

#2. Lost Wages

You may also recover compensation for any wages or benefits you lost due to your accident. If your injuries prevent you from returning to work or limit your ability to earn money in the future, damages could relieve the financial burden resulting from the accident.

#3. Pain and Suffering

You can recover payment for both physical pain and emotional suffering caused by your accident. For example, if you suffered permanent disfigurement or scarring in the crash, an award for pain and suffering will help compensate you for the emotional distress resulting from these injuries.

Motorcycle accident injuries can be severe and life-altering, including:

  • Brain injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Broken bones
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Loss of limbs

#4. Property Damages

If your property was damaged in an accident, you could recover damages. For example, if someone rear-ends your bike and damages it, Florida law requires them to pay for replacement, repair, or restoration costs.

What Does the Law Firm Do After a Motorcycle Accident?

Our motorcycle accident lawyer will help with your Pembroke Pines case by doing the following:

  • Determining if you have a case: This can be done by reviewing your medical bills, police reports, and other evidence to build the strongest case for you.
  • Gathering evidence: Evidence might support your claim, such as photographs of the scene, medical records, and statements from witnesses.
  • Filing your claim: Your lawyer would file a written claim on your behalf that clearly states what happened during the accident and why someone else’s carelessness caused it.
  • Legal representation: Our legal firm could represent you throughout the legal process of pursuing compensation from those responsible for causing your injuries. This includes court appearances, if necessary.
  • Negotiating with the insurance companies: Our law firm would also help pursue claims against the liable parties (drivers, manufacturers, etc.). Our lawyers will fight for fair compensation for injuries to you or your loved ones.

In addition, Chris Tadros has years of experience representing victims of car accidents. He has even been on the other side: Chris has crashed multiple times on his dirt bike-he knows what it feels like to hit the ground.” As a result, he is passionate about standing up for the rights of injured vehicle accident victims and ensuring they get fair damages.

Attorneys Philips and Tadros conferring about a motorcycle accident case

You Can Afford a Lawyer From Phillips | Tadros, P.A.

When a motorcycle accident happens, many victims think that hiring a lawyer is way past their financial ability. However, the cost of hiring an attorney can vary depending on your case.

Our personal injury attorneys work on contingency-fee arrangements. This means they only get paid if they win your case and obtain damages. This arrangement takes away any financial concerns about hiring a legal mind.

In addition, you will get a free consultation with our legal professionals. Our team will answer all of your questions while reviewing all available legal options related to your case.

Who Can Be Sued for a Motorcycle Accident in Pembroke Pines?

Anyone or entity whose negligence, recklessness, or intentional misconduct caused the crash could be responsible for your injuries. You could file a lawsuit against the at-fault party to recover compensation for your injuries and damages in Florida.

But not all parties will be held legally responsible for your accident. One of the most important steps in a successful claim is identifying every possible negligent and liable party. If you’re injured in a multi-vehicle accident, more than one person might be at fault and, therefore, more than one party could owe you damages.

In Pembroke Pines motorcycle accidents, the at-fault parties could include:

#1. Another Driver

If another vehicle driver failed to yield right-of-way, made an illegal turn, or committed another traffic violation that contributed to your accident, they could be held responsible. If they were violating any traffic laws at the time of the crash, like driving under the influence, they would be at fault for the injuries.

#2. Property Owner

If the property owner did not properly maintain their property or keep it safe from dangerous conditions, they could be responsible for any damages caused by those conditions.

For example, a parking lot could have had potholes, causing a fall where someone was hurt. Alternatively, a fall victim could have been hurt because they could not see clearly due to poor lighting. A property owner could be at-fault for any damages caused by their failure to maintain their property properly.

#3. Manufacturer

If your motorcycle’s defect or parts caused your injuries, the manufacturer could be held responsible for those damages. For instance, a defect with your seatbelt or brakes, which caused your crash and subsequent injuries, would render the manufacturer responsible.

#4. Government

Government agencies may also be liable for damages. Suppose the government failed to properly maintain roads or traffic signs that contributed to your Florida motorcycle accident injuries. In that case, they could potentially be at fault for your resulting injuries.

Hire a Pembroke Pines Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

If you or a loved one suffered a motorcycle accident in Pembroke Pines, you could hire a motorcycle accident lawyer. Our lawyers at Phillips | Tadros, P.A., will help you with legal representation. We are dedicated to helping victims of motorcycle accidents recover compensation.

Call us at (954) 642-8885 for a free consultation and more information about how we can help.