Anthony Quackenbush is a Fort Lauderdale Motorcycle Accident Lawyer. He handles all types of motorcycle accident, crash and wreck cases in Broward County, South Florida and throughout Florida. Because motorcycles are not enclosed vehicles, they can be particularly dangerous to their occupants. As such, motorcycle accidents frequently involve catastrophic injuries. Motorcycles who don’t wear helmets may be particularly at risk for traumatic brain injuries and head injuries.
Motorcycle accidents can be caused by all sorts of things. However, statistics show that the most dangerous thing to motorcycle drivers are the other drivers on the road (rather than the motorcyclists themselves). Therefore, if you are a motorcyclists hurt in an accident, there is a good chance that you may have a case against the other driver involved in the accident.
Should you be hurt in a motorcycle accident occurring anywhere in the State of Florida, contact this Fort Lauderdale Motorcycle Accident Law Firm at a 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation. If you retain Mr. Quackenbush to represent you in your case, he will not get compensated for his work until you’ve gained a recovery in your case.Fort Lauderdale Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Counsels his Clients
One issue that frequently arises in motorcycle accidents is the issue of helmet use on the part of the motorcyclist. That is, oftentimes motorcyclists do not wear helmets. Not wearing a helmet may contribute to the damage caused in an accident in the form of traumatic brain injuries, brain bleeds and other injuries.
If you are injured in a motorcycle accident in which you were not wearing a helmet, this South Florida Motorcycle Attorney will most likely hire a helmet expert. This expert will analyze the accident (including all of the various locations, speeds, distances, and directions), analyze the injuries to your head and brain, and determine if a helmet would have made a difference in preventing the injuries. Sometimes a helmet would not have made any difference, and the helmet expert will testify to that in court. This testimony can really take the air out of the defense’s argument that your injuries were primarily caused by the lack of a helmet.Fight for your Rights with a South Florida Motorcycle Accident Law Firm
If you are injured in a car accident occurring anywhere in the State of Florida, you will be entitled to $10,000 of PIP (personal injury protection) benefits for your medical bills and lost wages as long as you have automobile insurance. However, if you are injured in a motorcycle accident, you will not be entitled to those benefits (even if you have automobile insurance on another vehicle). It is therefore even more important to pursue a case against the other driver in your accident.
Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving all types of injuries due to motorcycle accidents, crashes, wrecks, and collisions. These include traumatic brain injuries (TBI’s), closed head injuries, brain bleeds, brain damage, comas, and road-burn. If you’ve sustained any of these types of injuries, contact this South Florida Motorcycle Accident Lawyer.
The statute of limitations for a motorcycle accident case in the State of Florida is four years. This means that, after being involved in a motorcycle crash, you have four years from the date of the wreck to file a lawsuit in your case – so time is of the essence for you contact Mr. Quackenbush.Discuss your Case with a Broward County Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Anthony Quackenbush
Should you be hurt in a motorcycle accident, contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation. Mr. Quackenbush will not charge you to discuss your case. If you retain Mr. Quackenbush to represent you in your case, this Broward County Motorcycle Accident Attorney will not get paid until you’ve received compensation in your case. Mr. Quackenbush can help you if you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident in Miami and West Palm Beach as well.