Ocala Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Ocala Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

If you were hurt or lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident in Ocala, FL, you should be focused on your recovery. An experienced Ocala motorcycle accident lawyer can evaluate your case and explain your options for recovering fair compensation if someone else caused your accident. Contact our Ocala law office near you to get started.

At the Allen Law Accident & Injury Lawyers, our personal injury lawyers have decades of experience helping clients get the money they need after an accident.

To learn more about your rights, call our attorneys for a free consultation today at (352) 351-3258.

Learn More About How a Skilled Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Can Protect Your Legal Rights

If you or a loved one were hurt in a motorcycle accident, you’re probably wondering whether you should call an attorney. The answer is alway yes. Speaking with our attorneys is free and we can use our experience to help you understand your options for recovering fair compensation.

You shouldn’t be left to bear the financial costs when someone else caused your accident. However, to recover compensation, you have to show that someone else was negligent. The insurance companies rarely make this an easy task. In fact, they’ll probably try to blame you for your own injuries.

When you choose our Ocala personal injury attorneys to represent your interests, you can expect an attorney who will:

When choosing a lawyer, you want to make sure your lawyer has substantial experience handling motorcycle accident claims. At the Allen Law Accident & Injury Lawyers, we have decades of experience helping motorcycle accident victims get fair compensation. 

We’re fellow riders ourselves. Our founding attorney has been riding for over 35 years and takes motorcycle accidents to heart. We put in the hard work needed to get what you deserve while you recover.

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident, we’re ready to create an attorney-client relationship to help you seek compensation today. To learn more about how to file a claim, just call our law firm to set up a free consultation with an experienced Ocala motorcycle accident lawyer who can help.

How Dangerous Are Motorcycle Accidents in Ocala, FL?

How Dangerous Are Motorcycle Accidents in Ocala, FL?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 5,579 motorcyclists were killed in traffic accidents in one recent year. In Florida alone, the Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Department reported 604 motorcycle accident fatalities and 9,522 injury accidents in 2022. As of April 2024, there have been 1,959 motorcycle crashes and 119 motorcycle fatalities statewide.

Data regularly shows that Florida has the highest number of motorcycle accident injuries and fatalities each year. After all, our warm weather and scenic views are ideal for riding. 

Unfortunately, any type of motorcycle crash can be devastating for the motorcyclist. Finding out what happened to cause the accident is the first step in getting the financial recovery you need.

How Are Motorcycle Accidents Caused?

The NHTSA has published the following statistics regarding factors that can contribute to the cause of motorcycle accidents:

  • Alcohol and drugs 
  • Inexperience 

Of course, safety and experience matter when riding a motorcycle. However, while it’s common to try and pin the blame on the motorcyclists, most motorcycle accidents aren’t caused by the motorcyclist at all. 

Common causes of motorcycle accidents in Ocala include:

Uncovering the cause of your accident might not be easy, but our legal team knows what they’re doing. We’ll locate camera footage, police records, eyewitness testimony and any other evidence that’s helpful in supporting your claim. 

Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

No two motorcycle accident cases are the same. Unfortunately, the one common thread is usually that the rider is likely to suffer serious injuries. We handle all types of motorcycle accident injury cases, including those that involve:

Insurance claims involving motorcycle accidents are different than those for car accidents. If you were hurt on a motorcycle, you don’t have to worry about satisfying the same injury thresholds that can hold car accident victims back. You’re entitled to sue for full compensation. 

To learn more about how a lawyer can help, don’t hesitate to call our experienced personal injury attorneys at the Allen Law Accident & Injury Lawyers today.

Statute of Limitations for Filing a Motorcycle Accident Claim

Florida law limits the amount of time you have to sue the at-fault driver for negligence. In Florida, the statute of limitations for filing a personal injury claim was recently adjusted. You’ll have two years to file your lawsuit if your accident occurred on or after 3/24/2023, and four years if it happened before that date. And if you lost a loved one in the accident, you only have two years to file an action for wrongful death.

Exceptions to the statute of limitations apply in some cases. Contact a personal injury attorney today to confirm the appropriate deadline for your case.

Understanding How Florida Comparative Negligence Laws Work

Insurance companies are particularly likely to use Florida’s modified comparative negligence laws to blame the victim. They might try to scare you off by providing circumstantial evidence that leads you to believe you caused the crash. 

Most accident victims don’t know that they can recover compensation in Florida even if they’re partially to blame for the accident. You’re entitled to hold negligent parties accountable for their full share of the blame. The law works something like this:

  • Blame for an accident is apportioned between the parties, and a percentage is assigned to each
  • Each party is responsible for paying damages reflecting their percentage of fault
  • You cannot recover compensation if your assigned percentage is 51% or more

For example, if two parties are each found to share 50% of the blame, you’re entitled to recover 50% of your compensation award from the other party.

When comparative fault rules are in play, we highly recommend having a strong lawyer by your side. We’ll work to find evidence that minimizes the insurance company’s ability to point the finger at you–so that you can get the most possible compensation for your injuries.

What Types of Damages Can I Recover After a Motorcycle Accident in Ocala?

Most motorcycle accident cases settle out of court. That settlement amount is supposed to estimate what you would have recovered had you taken the matter to court. To get a fair settlement, you have to know what your case is worth–and insurance companies will usually try to convince you to accept much less than you deserve.

Our lawyers dig deep to get the hard evidence needed to support your claim. We work with accident reconstruction experts, medical experts, financial experts and anyone else who can provide an opinion about what your case is worth. Our goal is to make sure your expenses are covered, both now and into the future.

A fair settlement award should provide compensation for:

Insurance companies usually don’t want to go to court anymore than you do. They also want to pay as little as possible to settle your claim. Our lawyers have a track record of successfully fighting for clients both in and out of court. If the insurance company refuses to pay what’s fair, we’ll file a lawsuit to make sure the party responsible for your injuries is held fully accountable.

Damages for Wrongful Death

In an action for wrongful death, you have the right to compensation for your loved one’s medical expenses from the date of the accident until the date of death. You’re also entitled to compensation for:

  • Funeral and burial costs
  • Loss of financial support
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of parental guidance
  • Pain and suffering

Losing a loved one after a motorcycle accident can be devastating. Your emotional losses can be made even worse if you’re struggling to pay the bills because the victim was the family breadwinner. 

If you’re ready to learn more about how a lawyer can take on the burden of getting justice for your family, call our law offices for a free consultation today. We’ll do everything we can to help get you through this time.

Call Today to Speak With An Experienced Ocala Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

At the Allen Law Accident & Injury Lawyers, our personal injury attorneys in Ocala are dedicated to making sure motorcycle accident victims have their voice heard. We’ll listen to your side of the story and explore every option to get the money you need now.

If you or a loved one were hurt in a motorcycle accident, don’t hesitate to call an experienced Ocala motorcycle accident lawyer for help. Your consultation is free and we work on a contingency basis–so you don’t have to worry about paying us while you’re recovering. 

Reach out to our lawyers today if you’re ready to learn more about your rights after a motorcycle crash in Ocala. We represent clients in Ocala, Marion County, and across Central Florida.

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