Miami Loosing Control on Turns
New motorcyclists often struggle with turns. When turning, it is important for a motorcyclist to slow down and to avoid using the brakes during the turn. When actually making a turn, a motorist should accelerate. Poorly coordinated turning and braking can result in you losing control of your motorcycle and causing an accident. Unfortunately, in some cases poor turns are unavoidable. You may know exactly how to make a safe turn but another driver's negligence or poor road design may cause you to slam on the brakes or lose control.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Miami or Florida, contact Flaxman Law Group at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) to determine whether you can seek compensation. You may have options, such as filing a legal claim or pursuing a claim through your insurance company. Let us tell you what options you have in a thorough and free case assessment.Filing An Insurance Claim After A Motorcycle Accident
If you have wiped out or lost control on a turn, you may be able to file an insurance claim to seek compensation for your injuries and damages. Florida is a no-fault state. This means that no matter who is at fault for the accident, you are allowed to seek compensation for medical bills and other costs. However, you may also have the option of seeking a civil claim against anyone who is liable in causing your injuries.
Keep in mind that even if you have excellent insurance, you may find yourself paying for expenses out-of-pocket. Insurance companies want to resolve claims inexpensively, and this can mean that some of your costs and damages are undervalued. In addition, some insurers may try to deny your claim. Unfortunately, due to the severity of injuries common in motorcycle accidents, insurance difficulties do sometimes arise.Seeking Legal Assistance After a Traffic Crash
In these situations and in all situations involving a traffic accident in Florida, you will want to consult a personal injury attorney. A personal injury attorney can look over your insurance policy, any insurance or settlement offers, and the details of your case to give you an honest and thorough assessment of your options. A personal injury attorney can also represent you with your insurance company or any liable parties in order to pursue maximum compensation in your case.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle crash or traffic collision in Miami or anywhere in South Florida, contact Flaxman Law Group at our toll-free number at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) or via our online form to schedule a free initial consultation. Our attorneys have more than six decades of combined experience and would be pleased to meet with you in order to review the options that you may have. You may have more legal options than you realize and your case may be worth more than you think. Securing legal information and representation now may be crucial to ensuring that you can fight for justice and the amount of compensation that Florida law may allow you to seek.