Daytona Beach Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Thousands of motorcycle riders nationwide sustain serious injuries every year because drivers fail to watch for them. Hundreds of these accidents occur in Daytona Beach. If you have been injured in a motorcycle crash because of a negligent driver, our Daytona Beach motorcycle accident lawyers can help you recover financial compensation for your financial losses, pain, and suffering.

Motorcycle riders have as much right to use the roadways in Daytona Beach as any other motorist. This means all drivers are legally obligated to exercise reasonable care when driving near motorcycles. The risk of serious injuries and death is high in a motorcycle accident because motorcycles lack the crash protection afforded by an enclosed vehicle.  

If you have been injured in a motorcycle collision, you can count on our compassionate and experienced Daytona Beach motorcycle accident lawyers to aggressively pursue compensation for you while you recover from your injuries.

Why You Can Trust Farah & Farah With Your Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit

We have been helping injured clients recover significant financial compensation since 1979. We are a family-centered law firm in Daytona Beach that puts clients first. When you hire our nationally recognized Daytona Beach motorcycle accident lawyers, we will work as a team to get you the results you deserve. 

Below are just a few examples of settlements and verdicts we have achieved for past motorcycle accident clients:

Experience makes all the difference. Call us now at (386) 267-6921 to put our experience to work for you.

About Motorcycle Accidents in Volusia County

Motorcycle accidents are prevalent in the Daytona Beach area. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles recorded 539 motorcycle accidents in Volusia County during 2021 alone. This was a drastic increase from previous years. These crashes resulted in 53 deaths and 502 injuries.

Why Are Motorcycle Accidents So Common in Daytona Beach?

Daytona Beach sees more motorcycle accidents than the average city of similar size because it is a popular motorcycle destination. The mild temperatures, local attractions, and annual biker events like the following draw riders:

Dangerous Intersections for Motorcycles in the Daytona Beach Area

Motorcycle accidents in and around Daytona Beach are most common at busy intersections and along arterial highways. According to the infrastructure planning company Benesch, the most dangerous roadways and intersections for motorcycles include the following:

Florida Motorcycle Laws

You must have a motorcycle endorsement on your license before you can legally operate a motorcycle in Florida. Florida’s motorcycle laws are unusual because insurance is not required unless you ride without a helmet.

While riding, you must keep both wheels on the road, face forward with your legs on either side of the seat, and only transport passengers if your motorcycle is designed to do so. It is illegal to carry anything that would prevent you from keeping both hands on the handlebars at all times.

Florida Helmet Laws

Helmets are not required for riders who are 21 or older. If you ride without a helmet, you must have an insurance policy that pays at least $10,000 in medical payments for your injuries. All riders in Florida are required to wear approved eye-protective devices.

Lane Splitting

Lane splitting is passing motor vehicles while sharing the same lane. It is illegal in Florida. However, the law does permit two riders to ride side-by-side on Florida roadways. This practice is known as lane-sharing.

How Do Motorcycle Accidents Happen?

One of the most common causes of motorcycle crashes is when a left-turning driver pulls out in front of a straight-bound motorcycle. In many cases, the driver appears to look right at the motorcycle but fails to see it. This is known as inattentional blindness or “looked-but-failed-to-see.”

Motorcycle accidents commonly occur as a result of the following:

Road conditions can also cause motorcycle accidents. Two-wheeled motorcycles are less stable than vehicles with four or more wheels. Loose gravel, potholes, grass clippings, or bumps in the road more easily destabilize them. 

Discovering the cause of your motorcycle accident is the key to determining who is liable for the crash.

Identifying Liability in a Motorcycle Crash

Our motorcycle accident lawyers in Daytona Beach look for multiple liable parties in motorcycle accidents. Identifying more than one defendant can unlock additional compensation. Therefore, a detailed investigation to uncover all of the contributing factors is important, even if a driver or road condition seems clearly to blame. 

For example, a faulty road condition may have triggered an accident, but defective tires may have made your motorcycle less stable. An apparent at-fault driver may have had defective brakes. Liable parties in a motorcycle accident lawsuit may include the following:

Businesses that serve alcoholic beverages may be liable if a drunk driver caused your accident. You can count on our Daytona Beach motorcycle accident lawyers to leave no stone unturned when identifying liable parties and sources of compensation.

What Compensation Can You Expect in a Florida Motorcycle Accident Claim?

Compensation in a Florida motorcycle accident can include damages for lost wages, medical bills, property damage, pain, and suffering. If you have clear and convincing evidence of intentional misconduct or gross negligence, you may also be able to recover punitive damages. 

These damages can be significant because your future losses are also considered, including your anticipated pain and suffering, reduced earning capacity, and the cost of ongoing medical care. 

If you are a family member of someone who tragically died from a motorcycle accident, you could be entitled to file a wrongful death lawsuit.

With the help of our skilled and supportive Daytona Beach wrongful death lawyers, you may be able to recover the lost earnings of your loved one, compensation for funeral expenses and medical bills, and compensation for your family’s loss of companionship, comfort, guidance, and support.

Don’t Let the Statute of Limitations Catch You by Surprise

Florida law limits the time you have to seek damages after a motorcycle accident to two years after your accident. This time limit is known as the statute of limitations and is strictly enforced. If you don’t file your case on time, you will be forever barred from recovering your well-deserved compensation. 

After a lawsuit is filed, the defendant has the right to request your evidence during the discovery process. Thus, a skilled motorcycle crash attorney in Daytona Beach will complete the investigation before filing the case. This is one of many reasons to involve our team as early as possible. 

Even more importantly, evidence can disappear and degrade over time. The sooner you contact us, the more evidence we can gather. Strong evidence is powerful leverage in settlement negotiations. It can help our Daytona Beach motorcycle accident lawyers do the following:

Team Farah Is Here for You

When you need us the most, you can count on our motorcycle accident attorneys in Daytona Beach to be here for you and here for good. We will help you get through this. We charge nothing upfront for our services, and you only pay if we win. Call us at (386) 267-6921 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.


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