Motorcycle Accident Stuart, FL

A Tough, Smart Lawyer Fighting for You 

If you are a law-abiding motorcyclist who was riding safely and injured by another, contact the trusted motorcycle accident Stuart, FL lawyer, Lance P. Richard, P.A. We have an extensive knowledge of the evidence, procedure, and legal process necessary to determine fault in your motorcycle crash case. Whether it was caused by reckless, distracted, drunk, or drowsy driving, you have rights.

The injuries motorcyclists suffer are generally serious due to a lack of protection between the rider and the road, and you have to fight harder to get compensation from the insurance company due to a bad reputation. Some of the most common injuries linked to motorcycle accidents include broken bones, TBIs, spinal cord injuries, fractures, and other issues. These can be painful and require extensive treatment.

Stuart Florida motorcycle accident lawyer, Lance Richard is familiar with the battles you face as a motorcyclist, and we can help you stand up for your rights and overcome any challenges you encounter. If you need help with your motorcycle accident case, call Lance P. Richard, P.A. today. If you do not act fast, you run the risk of evidence being lost, witnesses disappearing and potentially receiving less compensation for your injuries. 

Traffic Laws Affecting Motorcyclists 

Effective July 1, 2008, all motorcyclists must complete a motorcycle safety course and pass the motorcycle knowledge and skills test for a motorcycle endorsement. 

Effective October 1, 2008, an operator of a motorcycle or moped must maintain both wheels on the ground at all times and the license tag of a motorcycle or moped must be affixed horizontally.

Protect your rights after a serious motorcycle accident

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4 Tips That Will Help Protect Your Rights in a Motorcycle Accident

Never Leave the Scene 

Even a minor fender bender can cause damage and injury so be sure to stay at the scene of the motorcycle accident and follow the steps provided below. 

Call the Police 

Always call the police. A police officer will be able to gather all the necessary information from parties involved to properly document the facts of the motorcycle accident. By involving the police, you are creating an official record of what has transpired to determine fault. Be sure to provide the necessary information to the police and refrain from making any additional statements until you consult with your lawyer.

Gather Information 

While the police will gather information from all parties involved, be sure to include the following:

  • Names and contact information for all parties involved in the accident (e.g. telephone numbers, address, email address)
  • Driver's license and license plate numbers for all parties involved
  • Names and contact information of any witnesses to the motorcycle accident
  • Pictures, with the date and time, of the vehicles and motorcycles involved in the accident

See a Doctor 

If you are hurt, go to the hospital immediately and consult with a licensed medical practitioner to properly document any injuries sustained because of your wreck. Relatively minor accidents can result in severe injuries, requiring hospitalization, doctors' visits, physical therapy, and even surgery, leaving you with significant medical costs. 

A victim should never have to pay the price for another person’s negligent behavior. don’t wait to get the help you need regarding your legal claim. 

Call Lance P. Richard, P.A., your Stuart, FL motorcycle accident lawyer, immediately to determine if you have a case.

Stuart motorcycle accident attorney

Our Stuart motorcycle accident law firm has broad experience helping victims in motorcycle crash claims to recover compensation. When you’ve been hurt, get help from a committed legal team immediately.