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Motorcyclists in Single-Vehicle Accidents Entitled to CompensationOur Fort Myers Motorcycle Crash Law Firm Helps with Single Vehicle Accidents

 When a motorcyclist is injured in a one-vehicle accident, many people may believe the motorcyclist must have been speeding. However, this may not be the case. There are many times when a motorcyclist is injured through no fault of his/her own and may be entitled to compensation. It is important to contact an expert in Florida motorcycle accident lawyer who is experienced in handling different types of motorcycle accident cases.

Understanding Causes of Single Vehicle Motorcycle Crashes

A Motorcycle Accident Cause Factors and Identification of Countermeasures report said 25 percent of all motorcycle accidents in the United States are the result of the rider’s collision with a stationary object. Some of the fixed objects impacting a motorcyclist include fixed roadway equipment, such as construction signs, navigational signage, orange cones, and other road construction items. Barriers, walls and guardrails, light posts, electric power poles, and telephone poles have also caused motorcycle accidents. These accidents may be caused by another party who may be held responsible, says a Fort Myers motorcycle accident attorney.

When a motorcyclist happens to strike a section of raised pavement and crashes on a roadway, it could be the fault of road maintenance companies. When debris or liquids spill onto the roadway and there is a lack of warning about unsafe road surfaces, it could be a third party that is responsible.

There are times when a motorcyclist loses control of his/her bike causing a crash. This type of accident could be a result of the failure of a brake, clutch, or steering mechanism. The motorcycle manufacturer could be responsible, or a mechanic failing to fix a motorcycle appropriately or using defective equipment or parts.

Single-vehicle motorcycle accidents can also be the result of another vehicle cutting a motorcycle off or bumping into the motorcycle and fleeing the scene. 

Your Attorney Can Help You Determine Liability and Possible Damages

An experienced Fort Myers motorcycle accident attorney may be able to seek compensation from a third party, such as:

  • Construction company
  • Motorcycle dealer or manufacturer
  • Motorcycle parts manufacturer or distributor
  • Another vehicle driver
  • Roadway maintenance companies or entities

Florida laws help victims obtain compensation for damages, including:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of the enjoyment of life
  • Long-term and short-term medical care expenses
  • Lost wages

“Should you or a loved one be injured in an accident, please contact the Fort Myers motorcycle accident attorneys at Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. after seeking medical treatment. We represent people involved in numerous types of personal injury and wrongful death accidents throughout the state of Florida. All of our clients have unique personal injury cases. Our firm provides personal contact and communication along with aggressive representation. We are available to assist you 24/7, and there are no costs or attorney fees until we receive a monetary settlement for you,” said Fort Myers Motorcycle Accident Attorney Randall Spivey.

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