Pompano Beach Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Experienced Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Committed to Crafting Strong Personal Injury Claims for Accident Victims in Broward County and Across South Florida
Motorcycle drivers frequent the Pompano Beach area because of our year-round warm weather, lush greenery and beautiful Atlantic Ocean vistas. But when a day spent enjoying the open roadways culminates in a tragic motorcycle accident, the results are often catastrophic for the motorcycle driver and anyone who was riding as a passenger on the bike. While most motorcycle drivers understand how critical it is to remain vigilant at all times in order to detect dangers on the roadways, when an accident strikes the individuals who are on the motorcycle are much more likely to suffer the most severe injuries in the accident. At Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A., a skilled Pompano Beach motorcycle accident lawyer is dedicated to crafting the strongest possible personal injury claim for compensation in your case so that you can obtain full and fair compensation for the damage caused in your motorcycle accident.
Because of the severity of most motorcycle accident injuries, you will likely require extensive medical care and rehabilitative therapy after your accident. If another driver’s negligence caused the motorcycle accident, that driver may be required to pay compensatory damages for the harm caused by that careless driving.
If you have lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident in the area, we will fight to make sure you receive compensation for your loved one’s medical expenses, as well as compensatory damages for pain and suffering, loss of companionship and even loss of financial support if possible.
Tips to Stay Safe While Operating a Motorcycle
Operating a motorcycle in Pompano Beach or elsewhere in South Florida always carries a degree of risk because motorcycles, by nature, offer less protection than traditional motor vehicles. Because of this, motorcycle drivers and passengers should take every possible safety precaution to prevent a motorcycle accident and protect themselves while enjoying the open roadways, including:
- Wearing a helmet, even when not legally required to do so under Florida law
- Choosing a single lane and staying in that lane
- Refraining from bobbing and weaving through traffic
- Refraining from riding on the shoulder of the road or in the blind spots of other cars and trucks
- Refraining from tailgating
- Using eye protection and other reflective safety gear
- Ensuring that you have received proper training before operating the motorcycle
- Monitoring the weather, which can change rapidly in Pompano Beach and create dangerous road conditions for even the safest driver
Although not every motorcycle driver is legally obligated to wear a helmet when riding on a motorcycle, wearing a helmet can significantly reduce your risk of suffering from often-deadly head injuries that can result from a motorcycle accident and, because of this, is always advisable.
Gonzalez & Cartwright Dedicated to Helping Motorcycle Crash Victims Win Compensation for the Devastating Injuries Sustained in Pompano Beach Crashes
There is no escaping the fact that drivers and passengers on motorcycles are likely to incur serious injuries in a motorcycle accident, which may include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- “Road rash”, or extreme burns and skin lacerations
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Internal organ damage
- Head and neck injuries
These types of serious injuries can result in the need for ongoing medical attention, some of which can even last a lifetime. At Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A., our experienced personal injury lawyers understand how important it is for motorcycle accident victims to recover full compensation to avoid potentially devastating financial consequences. We will put all of our resources to work in obtaining the maximum possible compensation award to cover all of the expenses related to your accident, as well as compensation for the suffering that a motorcycle accident will inevitably cause.
Call Today to Discuss Your Right to Compensation with Our Skilled Pompano Beach Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
If you have sustained injuries after being thrown from a motorcycle or otherwise involved in a motorcycle accident caused by another driver’s negligence, you likely are not in any condition to focus on the financial aspects of the accident. Despite this, the financial consequences of a Pompano Beach motorcycle accident can be extremely severe. Call our skilled Pompano Beach, FL motorcycle crash attorneys today, or fill out this online contact form, to discuss options for recovering the compensation you need to protect your financial future.
About Pompano Beach, Florida
Pompano Beach is located in the northeastern segment of Broward County, Florida and covers approximately 25.4 square miles in area. Daily average high temperatures range from the mid-70s in the winter months to the low 90s during the summer, making conditions ideal for motorcyclists in Pompano Beach. Local festivals, such as the Pompano Beach holiday boat parade and the Pompano Beach seafood festival, draw tourists and Florida residents alike to the area, and permanent fixtures such as the Pompano Beach Golf Course and Pompano Citi Centre mall make the area attractive year-round.
Motorcycle Accident Legal Services in Areas Nearby
Broward County Motorcycle Accidents
- Coral Springs Motorcycle Accidents
- Fort Lauderdale Motorcycle Accidents
- Pompano Beach Motorcycle Accidents
Palm Beach County Motorcycle Accidents
- Boynton Beach Motorcycle Accidents
- Lake Worth Motorcycle Accidents
- West Palm Beach Motorcycle Accidents
Office Locations in Areas Nearby
Broward County Office
Palm Beach County Offices
- 813 Lucerne Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460
- 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, Suite 1200-A, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (BY APPT. ONLY)
Frequently Asked Questions About Motorcycle Accident Cases in Pompano Beach, FL
Any motorcycle drivers or passengers who are under the age of 21 are legally required to wear a helmet when riding on a motorcycle in the state of Florida. In order for a motorcycle driver or passenger to ride without a helmet when over the age of 21, the individual must purchase a medical insurance policy that provides at least $10,000 in coverage for medical expenses relating to injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.
Failure to wear a helmet will not prevent you from recovering compensation for your injuries under Florida’s comparative negligence laws. If you were not wearing a helmet and your injuries could have been mitigated by wearing a helmet, it is possible that a judge or jury could reduce your compensation award to reflect the “contributory negligence” of this choice, but it would not bar your right to recovery. In these cases, it becomes even more important to retain the services of a motorcycle accident lawyer capable of formulating the strongest possible claim for compensation in your case.