Motorcycle Accidents

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When other drivers are aggressive or distracted, they become a danger to all other vehicles—especially motorcycles. A quick lane change or a few minutes of tailgating is all it takes for a reckless driver to cause a terrible motorcycle accident. If you or someone you love has been the victim of a motorcycle accident, you know just how serious they can be. After the accident, there are medical procedures and bills, missed work, and vehicle repairs. The last thing you need is to deal with the insurance company, who is trying to settle your claim as cheaply and quickly as possible.


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You do not have to face your motorcycle accident alone.

The lawyers at Rubenstein Law will stand up for you against the insurance company so you can focus on what really matters—healing and putting your life back together.

At Rubenstein Law, we have the experience and resources to help you get the compensation you deserve. You need to focus on healing and recovery, so let us do the other work, including:

  • Locate all the insurance coverage and identify all defendants
  • Negotiate with the insurance company so you do not have to
  • Gather documentation such as police reports, medical records, and lost wage information
  • Stay apprised of your medical care and document all your damages
  • Investigate and build your case to show why the defendant was at fault
  • Advise you and provide recommendations so you can make informed decisions about your case

There are a number of ways a negligent driver can cause a motorcycle accident.

Our knowledgeable lawyers handle a wide variety of types of accidents. Some examples of motorcycle accident cases we handle are:

  • Aggressive driving
  • Improper lane change
  • Tailgating
  • Texting and driving
  • Drunk driving or high driving
  • Driving tired
  • Distracted driving
Contact an Experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorney

At Rubenstein Law, our lawyers handle motorcycle accident cases with injuries that range from small to quite serious and catastrophic.

Due to the unique nature and lack of protection for motorcycles in accidents, the injuries are often severe. Road rash may be serious enough to require skin grafts, and can cause permanent scarring or disfigurement. Motorcycle accidents can cause catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, head and spine injuries, loss of the use of a limb, or amputation. In a case where the injuries are so severe, it is important that your lawyer be knowledgeable and have access to the right experts. We have the knowledge and access and we want to use it to help you.

At Rubenstein Law, our number one goal is to provide you with the best representation available and bring you justice. We understand how motorcycle accident changes your life and the lives of those you love, and we will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. We’ll come to you in your home, hospital or place of work or call us today at 1-800-FL-LEGAL for a free consultation. You can also visit one of our nearby Florida locations in Broward, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tampa or West Palm Beach.

Some Helpful Q&A's

Who pays for my doctors? Will I owe money to my doctors at the end of my case?


Your health insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid may pay for some or all of your medical bills. If you were in a car accident, PIP insurance may also pay some of your bills (see section C for additional information). If you have any bills left over, Rubenstein Law will do our best to negotiate a reduced percentage of the remaining bills so that they can be paid with a part of your settlement. If we accomplish that, you will not owe your doctors money. Although we can make no guarantee, we have been very successful in favorably resolving our client’s unpaid medical bills.


What happens if I lose my case? Will I owe money to my doctors?


If your case is not successful, your health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or PIP, may still pay some or all of your bills. Although we can make no guarantee, we have been very successful in favorably resolving our client’s unpaid medical bills.

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