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According to QuoteWizard, Florida is the 7th most dangerous state for motorcyclists. Motorcycle riders do not have the safety offered by a car, truck or SUV even when they wear proper protective gear. Consequently, riders are often thrown very far from the site of impact or hit obstacles at extremely high rates of speeds. Therefore, a motorcycle accident usually leaves the motorcycle rider or passenger involved in the motorcycle crash with catastrophic and sometimes life-threatening injuries.
As a result, our Florida Firm has helped people who have been injured as a result of all sorts of vehicle related accidents.
Severe and traumatic brain injury or death is a frequent result of many motorcycle accidents. Since the repeal of the helmet law, incidences of brain injury in Florida have increased. Although it can be hot and uncomfortable to wear your helmet, it is more important in keeping your head safe from severe brain injuries.
Recovery from a motorcycle accident can be slow and treatment can be very expensive. Because the injuries sustained as a result of a motorcycle accident are so serious, recovery from a motorcycle or ATV accident is usually very lengthy and sometimes painful. Usually the accident results in surgery or lengthy physical therapy. If there has been brain or spinal cord injury, then recovery, if it happens at all, can be slow. The injured may need lifelong care and may be unable to work again. We fight for the injured victims so that they can be adequately compensated as a result of their injury.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle, ATV, dirt bike, four or three wheeler accident contact Tripp Law Firm today. We have the resources and knowledge to help you put your life back together after a serious injury. Whether you have suffered major disfigurement, a brain injury, or a spinal cord injury resulting in paraplegia, we can help. From our principal office in Seminole, Florida we are able to service the entire state of Florida.