There is a definite correlation between the growing popularity of motorcycles in the state of Florida and an increase in motorcycle crashes. In fact, the rate of motorcycle accidents and injuries more than doubled between the mid-1990s and 2008. Unfortunately, when motorcycle drivers collide with other vehicles or fixed objects, the chances of injury or death are relatively high.
But motorcyclists are not usually at fault for crashes—typically, other motorists fail to allow motorcycle drivers the same rights that they enjoy and even take for granted, such as the right to a full lane. When those types of negligent behaviors cause collisions, injured motorcyclists are within their rights to consult a lawyer and file a Florida motorcycle accident lawsuit. Contact attorney Bryan Caulfield today for a free and immediate consultation.
As a personal injury expert, Bryan Caulfield understands deeply that winning a claim can provide injury victims with rightful compensation for the medical costs, financial losses, property damage, and emotional distress associated with their injuries. As an experienced Clearwater motorcycle accident attorney, Bryan looks forward to helping clients achieve the maximum compensation possible.
Below you can find additional information on motorcycle accident statistics. This data is from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety from 2014—the most recent year for which data is available:
Bryan Caulfield offers proven trial experience and is a highly respected Florida motorcycle wreck attorney. He is available 24 / 7 and is pleased to offer free consultations. His law firm has offices throughout Florida, including Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Spring Hill, New Port Richey, and Rocky Point.
For a free and immediate consultation with Hillsborough County motorcycle crash attorney Bryan Caulfield, call (727) 308-6060 and make sure to ask for Bryan. You only pay a fee or costs once Bryan has won your case. If no recovery is made, you owe nothing.