According to statistics from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the number of motorcycle crashes, injuries and fatalities all increased last year in Florida. As the table shows, fatalities of both drivers and passengers increased significantly.
In the Orlando area, we’ve been fortunate. Crashes, fatalities and injuries all decreased last year. Yet for the 25 families who lost someone in a motorcycle accident and for the 554 people injured in crashes, slight decreases in numbers are meaningless. People suffering from the effects of a motorcycle accident need our compassion and support.
If you or a family member has been seriously injured in a motorcycle crash, you could be dealing with a lot of difficult situations, including serious life changes. As you try to cope with your everyday pain and suffering, facing financial challenges and the future can be daunting.
An experienced motorcycle accident attorney can’t heal injuries, but we can help you get the compensation you need to handle your financial challenges and hold the party responsible for the accident accountable.
At Malik Law, we will do whatever it takes to see that justice is served and you are compensated for your losses. This can include present and future lost wages, medical expenses, pain, and suffering.
If you or a family member has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you should talk with an experienced, knowledgeable Orlando motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible. At Malik Law P.A., we know how to help you get the maximum compensation for your injuries. We are committed to understanding your needs, exploring all relevant details and options, and preparing thoroughly, and fighting aggressively for you.
Call us today at 407.500.100 or use the Free Case Evaluation form on our website so we can get started helping you get the compensation you deserve.
Source: Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. (2016, Oct.) Traffic Crash Facts Annual Report. https://firesportal.com/Pages/Public/DHSMVDocuments.aspx
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