We help injured FL motorcyclists answer the tough questions
Motorcyclists are often judged differently than drivers involved in motor vehicle accidents. Unfortunately, there is sometimes a stigma that motorcyclists are more responsible for their injuries than are motor vehicle drivers. However, this is not true or fair. Motorcyclists have every right to safety on Fort Pierce roads as anyone.
After suffering injury in a motorcycle accident, the first and foremost matter of business is seeking appropriate medical attention. Once a person is in a stable enough position, or a family member has stepped in, one can begin to address the questions involving what comes next. For example, a motorcyclist may have suffered injuries that render them unable to work in the short or long-term. Or, in some cases, the medical care may have turned the victim’s finances upside down.
Seeking reparations from a party that made a negligent error is only right after someone has suffered catastrophic injuries after a motorcycle accidents. At The Law Office of William E Raikes III, we take these injuries very seriously and look at how all aspects of motorcycle injury can affect one’s life. It can affect work, health, finances and even quality of life for some injured motorcyclists.
This can really change everything for injured motorcyclists and their families. While a financial settlement will not turn back the hands of time, it can help to make things right in a sense of financial security after a motorcycle accident. There can be a lot of uncertainty at the time of accident injury, so financial certainty can mean a lot. Proving negligence on behalf of another party can help to fill that growing financial void.