Motorcycle Accidents in Florida: Your Rights and Legal Recourse

Riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating experience, but it also comes with inherent risks, especially on the busy roads of Florida. Motorcycle accidents can result in devastating injuries and financial burdens. If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident in Florida, it’s essential to understand your rights and the legal recourse available to you.


Gather Evidence and Document the Accident


Building a solid

Motorcycle Helmet Laws in FL: How They Can Impact Your Case

Each state has its own motorcycle helmet laws; understanding these laws is critical if you are involved in a motorcycle accident. 


In Florida, the law requires all motorcyclists and passengers under 21 years of age to wear a helmet that meets the federal standards set by the United States Department of Transportation. Even though this law only applies to anyone under 21, it’s essential

FL Motorcycle Laws You Need to Know

It’s summer. And while the weather in Florida is usually nice all year long, this time of the year you will see more people on the roads – including those on motorcycles.


There are, unfortunately, a lot of accidents on the roads involving motorcycles in Florida each year. That’s why if you drive a motorcycle (and even if you don’t), it’s vital to know what

Motorcycle Accident Injuries and How to Claim Damages


Motorcycle accidents are and should be held to different standards of safety than closed vehicle accidents. This is because motorcyclists are more often unseen on the road. Additionally, the lack of a seatbelt means no restraint against inertia propelling you forward in the event of an accident.


Because of this increased propensity for risk and the dangers of motorcycle accidents, the laws regarding motorcycle

Left Turn: More Deadly than FL Motorcyclists Might Think!


Florida is a popular place for motorcycle enthusiasts. With its year-long temperate climate and various scenic highways, motorcyclists roam the Sunshine State – sometimes with disastrous consequences.


You don’t have to look far to find news of serious crashes between motorcycles and other motorists on Florida highways. In Boynton Beach, a high-speed crash killed one man on a motorcycle as a motorist was making

Florida’s Fall Motorcycle Season in Full Swing

When you live in Florida, where the weather is great almost all year long, it makes sense to drive a motorcycle. That doesn’t mean weather (and traffic) aren’t still things to contend with. Florida motorcyclists must be constantly aware of these dangers.


In the fall, the Atlantic hurricane season is in full force, for instance. Combine the strong possibility of inclement weather with seasonal tourists