Hallandale Beach Single-Bike Accidents
Single motorcycle accidents in Hallandale Beach and other Florida communities can be devastating. One minute, a motorcyclist may be cruising down a highway or road, and in the next minute a sudden unexpected maneuver by a car in front of them can cause them to swerve out of control. Or, an undetected road flaw or visibility issue may cause the motorcyclist to lose control and crash. Not only is this type of situation terribly frightening, but it can also be very frustrating. All too often, the motorcyclist is blamed for causing the crash and it can be difficult to get the fair compensation that the motorcyclist may deserve for their lost wages, medical bills, and other expenses.
If you have been in a single bike accident, it is even more important to consult with a personal injury attorney to ensure that you are not blamed for an accident that was not your fault and in order to ensure that you get maximum, fair compensation for your injuries. The attorneys at Flaxman Law Group have been fighting aggressively on behalf of motorcyclists and other persons injured in traffic accidents for more than sixty years combined. Our attorneys have a track record of securing more than a hundred million dollars on behalf of thousands of plaintiffs already and we would be pleased to meet with you in a free, no obligation consultation to review your situation. Contact our full-service law firm today at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) or by using our web form online to schedule your free case assessment.Preventing Single Vehicle Motorcycle And Traffic Crashes In Hallandale Beach And Across Florida
Statistics show that about half of all single bike accidents involve speeding. If you want to avoid being involved in a motorcycle accident, going the posted speed limit is an important first step to ensuring that you stay safe on the roads. When you speed, the stopping distance of your motorcycle increases. Even going just a mile per hour over the speed limit increases your stopping distance, sometimes dangerously so. Quite simply, the faster you go on your motorcycle, the longer it will take you to stop if a car in front of you makes a sudden stop or if you notice debris or an animal on the road.
In addition, the risks of you being involved in a fatal accident on a motorcycle are considerably higher when you are speeding. Unlike a passenger car, you have few layers of protection and in the event of a serious accident involving speeding, the force and speed are likely to cause life-threatening head injuries, internal injuries, and other serious injuries.
Anyone who has sustained an injury in South Florida or has lost a loved one due to someone’s negligence should contact Flaxman Law Group at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) for a free, no obligation case assessment. Your free assessment is your chance to ask questions, get answers, and get a legal evaluation of your situation so that you can explore all your options before you make a decision that could affect your future.