This Weston Motorcycle Injury Attorney has received a large quantity of calls for representation from victims of motorcycle accidents in the last several months; which in it self can be indicative of a higher propensity for Western Broward County, Florida drivers to be ignoring the movement of motorcyclists in the roadways. Equally disturbing has been the number of client’s retaining the Pembroke Pines Injury attorney seeking compensation for their very serious bodily injuries only to learn that the wrongdoer was just as financially irresponsible as she or he was in the negligent operation of their motor vehicle.
All too often we are faced with a situation where our client’s medical expenses alone are in several hundreds of thousands of dollars, only to learn that they may be personally liable for those bills even though they were not at fault; because the individual who caused their injuries in their motorcycle crash neglected to comply with the financial responsibility requirements of Chapter 627 of the Florida Statutes. Frankly even if the wrongdoer had the basic coverage, often times it will not be sufficient to even pay for the injured motorcyclists hospital and medical bills, let alone for the claimant’s loss of income, pain and suffering, disfigurement and loss of enjoyment of life.
This is why it is essential that if you choose to operate a motorcycle you are strongly advised to make sure that you acquire the highest amount of uninsured motorist coverage, covering you in the event you are injured due to the negligence of an uninsured or underinsured negligent driver while you are on your motorcycle.
Statistically, if you own a motorcycle you not only assume the risk of a possible accident you are virtually guaranteed to be in an accident at some time during your ownership or operation. Knowing those risks, it is that much more prudent that you insured against the almost inevitable accident that will likely occur, so as to properly protect yourself and your loved ones from the likelihood of absorbing astronomical medical expenses, and loss of income, even though you are not at fault.
You are obliged to have a lengthy, meaningful discussion with a trustworthy insurance agent who would be able to give you the appropriate advice of what type and how much coverage you should acquire. You may also feel free to contact the Weston motorcycle injury uninsured motorist attorney at 954-349-3300, or by email to email@example.com for a free consultation on how to choose the right amount of insurance coverage to protect you and your loved ones.