Tampa Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

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Boohoff Law’s team of experienced Tampa motorcycle accident lawyers understands your pain and wants to help you recover compensation after someone’s negligent actions injured you in a crash. Wherever you need us, at home or in the hospital, we’ll come to you. And, wherever you are, our Tampa personal injury lawyers are here for you.

You need lawyers who will keep you involved in your claim process, who will listen to you and talk to you. Our team can show you what your case is worth and fight relentlessly by your side.

Boohoff Law is your team because our highly skilled Tampa motorcycle accident attorneys, paralegals, and professional administrative personnel understand that your recovery is personal. We help you in your efforts to gain control of your recovery while we fight full strength to get you the outcome you need and deserve.

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Motorcycle Accident

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Motorcycles in Tampa

Florida is the most dangerous state for motorcycle riders. It has the most motorcycle accidents and the most motorcycle fatalities. Even so, motorcycles are astonishingly popular in Florida, with more than half a million registered motorcycles in the state. Florida also hosts the Daytona Beach Bike Week, one of the largest motorcycling events in the world.

Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

As we noted above, there are some fairly common reasons for motorcycle accidents in Florida.

They happen most often because of

  • Cars turning left in front of a motorcycle
  • Cars switching lanes without noticing the presence of a motorcycle
  • When the cycle or a car runs a red light
  • Head-on collisions
  • Cyclists lane splitting and weaving in and out of traffic
  • Speeding
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol

What Happens When You’re in a Motorcycle Accident?

However, you want to explain it, a lot of motorcycles are in accidents in Florida every day. The results of those accidents can be, and often are, catastrophic. Because cars and trucks are bigger and heavier than motorcycles and because motorcycles provide virtually no built-in protection from a crash for their riders, the motorcyclist is virtually always the loser in any collision with a car or truck.

Whether crushed by the other vehicle or the cycle or violently thrust from the cycle, the cyclist has virtually no protection and faces exposure to the physics of the crash. As a result, the fatality rate for motorcyclists in Florida is roughly six times the rate for passenger occupants in accidents.

Some of the life-altering injuries that can result from a motorcycle accident are:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury – Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) happens when the skull slams against something or the brain shakes. In either case, the impact bruises the brain and tears tissues. Even a seemingly mild TBI can result in potentially fatal complications. When your doctor says you have a “mild” TBI, that designation only relates to the initial symptoms and not to your overall prognosis. TBIs that medical professionals have described as mild can still represent severe injuries resulting in lasting effects and complications. If you are diagnosed with any TBI, you should watch for symptoms of complications or lingering effects.
  • Spinal Cord Injury – Depending on its location, a spinal cord injury can result in permanent or temporary paralysis of large parts of the body. Even milder spinal injuries can cause loss of sensation or reductions in motor skills.
  • Broken or Amputated Limbs – Your legs and arms have virtually no protection from the other vehicle in your accident or from the forces involved when you land on the ground or something lands on you. Severe fractures and even amputated limbs are common results when a victim is thrown from the bike or crushed under it.
  • Torso Injuries – Again, the lack of protection from other vehicles or from being thrown from your bike means that your entire body is vulnerable to severe injuries. Injuries to the torso can break ribs leading to possible punctured lungs, life-threatening damage to other internal organs, and related internal bleeding.

Contact a Tampa Motorcycle Accident Attorney Today

If a Florida motorcycle accident injured you or a loved one, you no doubt face ongoing medical expenses and a loss of your regular paycheck. You may be hearing from insurance companies making lowball settlement offers that they hope you’re ill enough or desperate enough to accept. Don’t let that happen.

We know your pain! Boohoff Law can help you fight the insurance companies and get the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Our attorneys have extensive experience in personal injury law and motorcycle accident cases like yours and will work tirelessly for your recovery. Contact us online today or call (813) 445-8161 for a no-cost initial consultation and case evaluation.

Boohoff Law P.A. Tampa, Florida Location

829 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Tampa, FL 33603
Phone: (813) 536-6221

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I remember having a conversation with Lynsey.And in the conversation I told her of my demands you see insurance claims had me 80% at fault and the other driver at 20% at fault on a 10,000 insurance policy.She assured at that time she would do her best to recover at 100% of the claim. I received a call back from Lynsey around August 3 with good news of getting the claim at 10,000 a 100% of the insurance claim. I received good on the promise a settlement that has put me and my wife and family back on our feet’s.Thank you again,Tatiana Boohoff and your great staff. -Travis R.


Tampa Motorcycle Accident FAQs

  • Why Do Motorcycle Accidents Happen?

    Motorcycle accidents are common in Tampa for many reasons. First, motorcycles simply aren’t as easy to see as other cars or trucks. This lack of visibility means that vehicles making lane changes or turns often hit motorcycles.

    Part of the reason for the visibility issue is, of course, the ever-increasing rate of distracted driving. Too many people pay attention to too many different things when driving. And many of these distracted drivers are older drivers, with Florida’s already high elderly population increasing every day.

  • Are Crashes Common in Tampa?

    In addition to good weather and lots of bikes, Tampa also has many good roads. Interstate highways offer great opportunities to ride at high speed, while the scenery is gorgeous almost everywhere. You might think that great weather pretty consistently adds to this. However, the four-month hurricane season means dangerous weather.

    With dangerous streets and intersections, and Florida’s lack of a helmet requirement, accidents will be frequent and dangerous. Tampa is home to the second most dangerous intersection for motorcycles in Florida at Hanley Road and Waters Avenue. Just about anything that intersects Highway 19 is also dangerous. In some years, Highway 19 locations account for more than a third of Pinellas County traffic accidents. Quote Wizard puts Tampa in the top five in the United States for traffic accidents. 

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