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MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT ATTORNEY | Brevard County, FL

Servicing Brevard County and all of Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Indialantic, Melbourne, Merritt Island, Palm Bay, Rockledge, Sebastian, SunTree, Titusville & Viera.


Why are motorcycle accidents different?

Compared to car, truck, or other 4+ wheel vehicle traffic accidents, motorcycle accidents are more likely to cause serious injuries and fatalities. Motorcycles lack the outside structure, seat belts, and air bags that keep drivers in cars and trucks safe. Because of this, motorcyclists' lives are often changed by the injuries caused in an accident. Some cases have involved traumatic brain injuries, severe spinal injuries and even amputations have all been seen by our team. This is what we mean by life changing accidents when a motorcycle is involved.

Are you in need of representation?

At Telfer, Faherty, & Anderson, P.L., we represent clients from throughout Florida who have been involved in motorcycle accidents. Past clients that we have served include not only injured motorcyclists, but also the surviving family members of people killed in motorcycle accidents. Many times this includes police and other law enforcement, charity riders and biking clubs, groups and organizations of all kinds.

What should you expect?

When attorneys at our Brevard County law firm take your motorcycle accident case, we will work closely with you and your family to achieve a favorable outcome. We often begin by sending our in-house investigator to the scene of the accident to take pictures, chart debris and skid marks, interview potential witnesses and look for roadway hazards. Even a traffic Accident Reconstructionist might be necessary. We believe that accident victims and their families have the right to financial compensation, so call our office today to learn more about your legal options.

What external causes may have led to the motorcycle accident?

  • Dangerous and defective road conditions including poor lighting
  • Weather conditions including dust, fog or smoke
  • Poor road surface conditions, especially unmarked mud, dirt, gravel or oil that can lead to skidding
  • Other drivers who operate their vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Distracted drivers, especially texting and driving that has been on the incline
  • Other drivers’ failure to use turn signals

Contact us for a Free Consultation!

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, it is critical that you seek legal help as soon as possible. Trying to resolve the matter by yourself by negotiating with insurance companies is stressful, and it may not be in your best interests. It is better to seek legal help from a knowledgeable, ethical and professional legal team.

Contact a team of Brevard County motorcycle accident lawyers who understand the legal system and have what it takes to achieve the best possible results in your case. You can reach us online or by calling our office today at (321) 269-6833 for a free consultation.


Would you like to see the helmet law in Florida?

The Florida Statutes & Constitution website outlines the motorcycle helmet law for the Sunshine State. Follow the link below to read the entire statute, 316.211, Equipment for motorcycle and moped riders.

http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0300-0399/0316/Sections/0316.211.html

 

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Established in 1976, the firm has four distinguished attorneys to represent you. The firm has been awarded the coveted "AV" rating from Martindale - Hubbell, the most authoritative legal rating source in the world. An "AV" rating is the highest rating available and is awarded only to select firms. Not all attorneys or firms are rated, and the "AV" rating signifies "legal abilities are of the very highest standard" and that "professional ethics are unquestioned."