Orlando Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Put 25+ Years of Experience on Your Side

For many, there is no greater thrill in life than the thrill of experiencing
the open road on a motorcycle. Unfortunately, motorcyclists can sustain
serious and life-changing injuries because of the lack of protection a
motorcycle provides in the event of a
car accident. We at Todd Miner Law have obtained millions of dollars in compensation
for our clients during over the years.

We credit our success to
Attorney Todd Miner’s first-hand knowledge of how insurance companies handle, evaluate, and
defend claims, which he gained while working for America’s largest auto
insurance company. Todd now uses this knowledge to the benefit of the
injured individuals he represents.

Why Hire Our Firm?

  • A track record of success
  • 25+ Years of Experience
  • Award-wining representation
  • Free, no-obligation consultations

No Recovery, No Legal Fees!

Many injured individuals don’t retain legal representation because they
think they can’t afford to do so, which is unfortunate. This is why Todd
Miner handles personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means
we don’t charge our clients any legal fees or costs unless we recover compensation on their behalf.

By working together, we can make our roads and communities safer by holding
negligent drivers accountable for their careless actions behind the wheel.
Our Motorcycle accident lawyer in Orlando can help you obtain fair compensation
by pursuing an injury case against the responsible party.

Filing an injury claim can help you cover costs and damages such as:

  • Medical bills
  • Physical therapy
  • Wage loss
  • Property loss
  • Car repairs
  • Pain and suffering

To schedule a complimentary consultation with our motorcycle accident attorneys in Orlando, call us at 407-894-1480 today.

Road Rash Injuries

“Road rash” is a colloquial term for skin abrasion injuries
caused by contact between the body and the road. These are some of the
most common injuries sustained in motorcycle accidents.

Even relatively minor road rash can result in severe pain, as the skin
is scraped away, leading to serious bleeding, redness, and inflammation.
In very serious cases, road rash can lead to nerve damage and/or life-threatening
infection. While minor road rash injuries can be effectively treated at
home, large or deep abrasions will likely require medical attention.

When to seek medical attention for road rash injuries:

  • The affected area is larger than the palm of your hand
  • Underlying muscle, tissue, or bone is visible
  • There is excessive bleeding
  • The injury is on an area of the body prone to infection, such as the hands,
    feet, or face
  • You are unable to clean debris from the wound
  • There are signs of infection, such as draining, increased pain, flu-like
    symptoms, etc.

It may be possible to recover compensation for your medical treatment if
your motorcycle accident resulted from another person or party’s
negligence. Todd Miner and his motorcycle accident attorneys can help
you understand your potential legal options during a free initial consultation.
Todd has been a motorcycle rider since childhood and knows firsthand the
perspective of motorcycle riders involved in accidents.

Florida Motorcycle Laws

Ostensibly, Florida motorcycle laws are intended to protect riders, their
passengers, and other motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians sharing the
road. As a motorcyclist, it is important that you know and follow these
laws, not only to ensure your own safety but the safety of others as well.

In order to ride a motorcycle in the state of Florida,
you must have a motorcycle endorsement. This endorsement, typically added onto your driver’s license, proves
you have completed the required special motorcycle training in order to ride.

Additionally, to lawfully operate a motorcycle in Florida, you must meet certain
insurance requirements. If you are over the age of 21 and wish to ride without a motorcycle helmet,
you may do so as long as you carry a minimum of $10,000 in medical insurance
coverage. While this coverage is ideal for
any motorcyclist, it is mandatory for those who wish to lawfully ride without
a helmet. If you are under the age of 21,
you must wear a helmet, regardless of your insurance coverage. While the Florida Supreme Court
has not ruled directly on whether or not a motorcyclist’s failure
to wear a helmet constitutes negligence per se, thereby reducing the total
damages a plaintiff can recover, it is possible that a judge or jury may
consider this issue. In both matters of personal safety and civil negligence,
it is best to wear a helmet while operating or riding a motorcycle.

There are many additional motorcycle laws in Florida, including the law
that motorcyclists must use their headlight at all times, including in
the day, and the law that motorcyclists may use a full traffic lane. Additionally,
motorcyclists are prohibited from weaving in and out of traffic or violating
any other standard traffic laws, such as obeying stop signs and signals,
right-of-way rules, and more. If a motorcyclist is determined to have
broken the law, it will likely reduce his or her total allowable recovery
under Florida’s comparative negligence rule.

Discuss Your Case With Our Orlando Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

If this is your first time taking legal action for a personal injury, we
are sure you have many questions and concerns regarding your options.
We would be happy to help you better understand the claims-filing process
and what you can expect. We will handle all of the details related to
your personal injury case so that you can focus on your recovery.

Please don’t hesitate to give our firm a call
to learn about how we can help you! Call today to schedule
a free consultation with our Orlando motorcycle accident lawyer from Todd
Miner Law.