Hallandale Beach Limited Visibility Motorcycle Accidents
The limited visibility of motorcycles can lead to catastrophic injury and fatalities. Drivers may not see motorcycles in time to prevent a collision, which can lead to devastating crashes. However, motorcyclists themselves may also face visibility issues caused by overgrown shrubs, poor road design, malfunctioning headlights, and other issues. These problems can lead to single motorcycle collisions in Hallandale Beach or other immunities
You can reach Flaxman Law Group at any time, and we are also available for appointments when it is convenient for you. We can meet in our three conveniently located South Florida offices or in your home, hospital room, or another location that is convenient for you. Our phone lines at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) are staffed around-the-clock, so you can always reach someone if you have urgent legal questions. Contact us today for a free case review.What Causes Limited Visibility Motor Vehicle Crashes in Hallandale Beach and Florida?
Even in clear weather, visibility may be a factor if there are signs, trees, other vehicles or other obstacles in the way. While many people think of visibility issues as related to the weather, the reality is that many visibility motorcycle accidents are in fact caused by preventable things and by negligence. These types of accidents can be caused by:
- Municipalities failing to remove shrubbery or trees that block visibility on intersections and on roads
- Poor lighting on roads
- Poor road design that allows signs or buildings to block visibility
- Large commercial trucks blocking the way by parking illegally
- Construction companies obstructing visibility with inadequate signage or by using large machinery to block visibility
In these cases, gathering evidence and pursuing a claim against all liable parties can help you and anyone who has been injured in the collision seek fair damages for their losses. It can help you pay for quality medical care as well as any other services you may need as you heal.Doesn’t Insurance Cover Me After a Motorcycle Crash?
If you ride a motorcycle, you likely have been paying insurance premiums. If you are injured in a crash, of course you expect your insurance company to come through for you and make you a fair offer. If you have been made an insurance offer, you may even feel that it is a fair amount of money.But how can you be sure?
Deciding to accept an insurance offer or settlement offer may mean that you are signing away the right to pursue compensation later on. If your insurance money runs out or if you find that your medical expenses will be much higher than you initially thought, what can you do?
The reality is that to prevent this situation you need to act now. You need to carefully consider your likely total expected expenses and to pursue compensation through insurance or a civil claim to ensure that as much of those expenses are covered by compensation as possible. To find out whether you have a civil claim or to find out whether it is possible to negotiate with insurance carriers for a fair settlement, contact a personal injury attorney. A personal injury attorney can advise you of your rights and can help you understand what options may be best in your situation.
If you are ready to speak with a personal injury attorney about your potential case, contact Flaxman Law Group today. To contact Flaxman Law Group, call us toll-free at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) or visit our website to fill out our convenient online form.