Morgan & Morgan's motorcycle accident lawyers have obtained numerous verdicts for the victims of motorcycle crashes.
The consequences of a motorcycle accident can include lacerations, broken bones, property damage, brain injuries, and even death. When a motorcyle crash is caused by the negligence of another driver, the victim may be able to recover financial compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and more. Our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers are committed to pursuing justice for injured motorcycle riders.
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A 27-year-old man suffered multiple broken bones, a shattered jaw and a collapsed lung after he was hit head-on by a pick-up truck going the wrong way on Semoran Boulevard. The accident also left him unable to have children.
In January 2011, Keith Mitnik obtained an $18.8 million verdict on behalf of a motorcyclist who was rendered a paraplegic when a car pulled out in front of him.
A husband and wife were killed instantly while driving their motorcycle after being struck head on by an SUV. This verdict was the largest in Hendry County history.
Client was riding a motorcycle when he was hit by a Sumter County School Bus. His right leg was amputated below the knee at the scene of the accident.
Plaintiff was injured while riding his motorcycle when a car illegally turned directly in front of him. The Plaintiff lost his leg as a result of the collision.
Unhelmeted motorcyclist suffered a closed head injury after colliding with an SUV that was changing lanes.
In May 2010, Zander Clem and Keith Mitnik obtained a $1,335,593 verdict on behalf of a client who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury when he collided with the rear of defendant's SUV when defendant changed lanes in front of him.
Client riding a 750 Kawasaki motorcycle collided with public school bus. The client was hospitalized and treated for multiple injuries including fractured wrist. The Polk County School Board denied liability and never made any offer to settle the case. The defense argued our client was speeding and was not wearing a helmet. Defense also asserted our client had criminal record of drug use and poor driving history, including many speeding tickets. After a four day jury trial, jury awarded $750,000 in total damages.
Plaintiff was on motorcycle when he was hit by Defendant causing him to be ejected from his motorcycle. He sustained a fractured right radius, a dislocated ulnar, impact groin injury and a laceration to his left knee.
Women with fractured leg with an intermedullary rod installed as a result of a car turning in front of the motorcycle on which she was riding as a passenger.
$165,000.00 motorcycle accident verdict in Seminole County.
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