How Motorcycle and Car Accidents Are Different

Check out this video about how motorcycle and car accidents are different in Florida. Then call our Florida attorney for a free review.


How are motorcycle accident claims different from car accident claims?


Motorcycle accidents and car accidents are very different. Two of the major differences are that, in a motorcycle accident, you do not have to have a permanent injury to make a claim, which is different than in an automobile accident case. In most cases, there’s no such thing as a minor injury in a motorcycle accident case. If you are one of the lucky few who don’t think they’re hurt permanently, rest assured you don’t have to be to make a claim.

The other difference is— and this is where the experienced trial lawyer comes into play— there is an unspoken bias against motorcyclists out there. The lawyer representing you has to know that and understand it so that he can craft the case appropriately and understand and get responses from potential jurors about their prejudices and biases because it exists. This bias against motorcyclists has a danger of lowering the value of your settlement.

We have handled cases like these in Duval County and Nassau County for decades. We know that that bias exists out there. I know how to handle it from the beginning of the case all the way through to the end. That’s what you need. If you’ve been hurt while riding a motorcycle in Jacksonville, Fernandina Beach, Callahan, Hilliard, Bryceville, Yulee, or any place in between in Nassau County and Duval County, call us. We’ll sit down. We’ll go over your case. We’ll see how best we can help you.

Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a motor vehicle crash in Florida and have questions about how motorcycle and car accidents are different? Contact experienced Florida motorcycle accident lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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