How to cope with motorcycle crash injuries
In a recent Fort Lauderdale motorcycle accident, the driver of a white 2008 Ford Focus turned left without warning in front of a motorcyclist approaching from the opposite direction. The motorcyclist was unable to stop in time to avoid a crash into the passenger side of the car. He died from his injury at a local hospital. The car driver fled the accident scene on foot, abandoning the car. Police are investigating the accident as a hit-and-run homicide.
Fort Lauderdale Motorcycle Injury Lawyer
Most people know of someone injured or killed in a pedestrian or vehicular accident. As an average, 110 people die each day in highway crashes, many caused by distracted drivers on the phone talking or texting, others by drug-impaired drivers, by road construction hazards, or by vehicles with mechanical defects. As traffic volume goes up and up, the question for too many drivers and passengers is not if but when their crashes will come to them. The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration reports that in the USA annually there are more than 6 million car crashes causing 3 million injuries, more than 2 million permanent injuries, and more than 40,000 deaths.
Such injuries and deaths devastate survivors and their families, who understandably may be confused about how to cope. Insurance companies look out first for themselves, not their policy holders. They are not afraid to deny claims in bad faith. At Abramowitz, Pomerantz & Morehead experienced Fort Lauderdale Motorcycle Accident lawyers help clients understand and handle insurance claim complexities, personal injury protection benefits, and problems with uninsured or underinsured motorists.
They uncover every opportunity for recovery by thorough research and investigation with the latest technology, creative thinking, and in-depth knowledge of case law. They look beyond the surface facts of the accident for manufacturing errors, design defects, failure to warn drivers of known dangers, and other likely liabilities. They are not deceived by insurance claim adjusters with their tactics of evasion and delay. They prepare cases quickly for settlement or trial so clients recover full, fair, and timely compensation. If trial comes, their knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience keep them comfortable and confident in the courtroom advocating for the best possible results for their clients.
Anyone impacted by a situation similar to the wrongful death of the Ft Lauderdale motorcyclist should contact the Abramowitz, Pomerantz & Morehead firm at 954-572-7200 to set up an initial consultation at no cost or obligation. There is no substitute for the professional services of legal counsel willing to fight for the client’s legal rights.