What is the Average Payout for a Motorcycle Accident?
How much a motorcycle accident claim is worth will vary from case to case because of unique factors, and settlements or awards can range from tens of thousands of dollars to millions. The average payout for a motorcycle accident is $73,700 based on data from 1999 to 2006. However, the amount will typically fluctuate...Continue Reading
What is a No Contact Motorcycle Accident?
A “no contact” motorcycle accident essentially occurs when a rider avoids a collision with another vehicle but winds up crashing themselves. A driver’s negligent behavior causes these accidents in most cases. For example, an unsignaled lane change, cutting a motorcycle off, or an abrupt stop. In these scenarios, the driver can still be found...Continue Reading
Florida Motorcycle Accident FAQs
After being involved in a motorcycle accident, you probably have a lot of questions. Here we provide information to assist you with understanding your rights and hopefully get you started on the right track. What Should I Do After a Motorcycle Accident? The moments immediately following a motorcycle accident are the most critical period...Continue Reading
The Risks of Riding Your Motorcycle Without a Helmet
Helmet use among motorcyclists has significantly decreased from 2019 to 2020. In Florida, riders over the age of 21 do not have to wear a helmet as long as they carry at least $10,000 in medical insurance coverage. However, even though the law doesn’t require all motorcycle riders to wear helmets, it doesn’t mean...Continue Reading