Miami Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Who Understand the Plight of Injury Victims
Motorcycle accidents often result in devastating, catastrophic injuries that can change your life forever. Motorcyclists involved in crashes with cars, SUVs, and trucks often suffer brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputation injuries, permanent scars, and burn injuries that can prevent them from returning to work, performing routine daily tasks without assistance, and ever riding again. Accident victims deserve compensation for their medical bills, physical pain and scarring, lost wages, and diminished quality of life that resulted from the accident. The experienced Miami motorcycle accident attorneys at Friedman & Friedman PA can help you assess the full value of your losses in order to present an accurate claim for damages to a jury.
What Should I do After a Motorcycle Accident?
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you need an attorney experienced in trying motorcycle accident cases fighting for you. Did you know that juries are often prejudiced against motorcycle operators? They wrongly assume that the accident was the motorcyclist’s fault, believing the biker must have been speeding, weaving through traffic, or otherwise driving recklessly when the accident occurred. Our firm can overcome the jury’s prejudice by clearly presenting the facts of the case. We employ state-of-the-art technology to create animations, accident reconstructions, and other visual displays to accurately present your case to the jury.
Trusted Personal Injury Lawyers
At Friedman & Friedman, our attorneys have successfully handled motorcycle accident cases in Miami, South Florida and throughout the state of Florida. Call 800-446-6482 today to discuss your case with our experienced Miami motorcycle accident attorneys. We understand the pain, emotional trauma, and financial difficulties you are facing, and we can help you seek compensation for your injuries. Don’t delay! You must file your motorcycle accident claim before the statute of limitations expires in order to receive compensation for your injuries.