Miami Limited Visibility Motorcycle Accidents
Motorists and motorcyclists are expected to ensure that they have good visibility so that they can see the road and others sharing the road with them. Unfortunately, a great deal can happen on the road that can lead to poor visibility and resulting crashes. For example, motorists may not check their blind spot or a municipality may fail to provide adequate lighting in an area. If you have been in a motorcycle or car accident in Miami because you couldn't see a car or motorcycle on the road, you may have a legal claim against any liable parties in your case.
To find out whether you have a claim and to find out how much your case may be worth, contact Flaxman Law Group at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) for a free, no obligation case consultation. Flaxman Law Group is a full-service law firm with offices in Homestead, Miami, and Hollywood.What to Do After a Motorcycle Collision in Miami or Your Florida Community
If you have been in a motorcycle accident, you will want to stay calm. Say as little as possible about the causes of the accident and focus on getting medical help and information. If you or anyone at the scene is injured, contact emergency medical personnel. Even if you seem fine, get a full medical evaluation as soon as possible to rule out a head injury.
You may need to report the accident to police if the accident was serious or involved a potential crime (such as drunk driving). You will also want to report the accident to your insurance company. Before starting the insurance claims process, however, you may wish to consult with a personal injury attorney about your case to protect your interests.
After a motorcycle crash, some drivers may claim they couldn't see you. In these situations, it is difficult to tell whether an honest mistake has occurred or whether the driver was driving drunk, distracted, or fatigued, or was otherwise be reckless or negligence at the time of the accident. In these cases, it is important to consult with a personal injury attorney who can review your situation and can launch a thorough investigation into the accident.
If liable parties are found or if it is found that a driver was negligent and caused your accident, you may have more options for compensation. For example, may have a legal claim against the at-fault driver or other liable parties, which may allow you to seek maximum compensation so that more of your costs and losses are covered.Have You Been Injured?
If you are injured due to limited visibility, you will want to consult with an experienced Florida motorcycle accident attorney to decide how best to proceed. Depending on your situation, you may be able to pursue a personal injury claim in civil court or you may be able to seek compensation through an insurance carrier. Seeking fair, full compensation can help you pay for quality medical care and can help you replace lost income as you pay for medical expenses and living expenses. If you would like to speak with a personal injury attorney today, contact Flaxman Law Group at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) for a free, no obligation case review.