Tampa Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Motorcyclists can suffer serious, potentially life-threatening injuries in Tampa motor vehicle accidents. Often, these accidents happen because other motorists on the road are too aggressive or fail to exercise care behind the wheel. Our Tampa motorcycle accident attorneys help crash victims take on powerful insurance companies and demand justice after devastating wrecks. Let team Farah go to work for you.

Motorcycle accidents can have severe, lifelong consequences. You don’t have to struggle with painful and expensive injuries on your own after a motorcycle accident in Tampa, Florida. Call Farah & Farah at (813) 358-0490 and learn how our experienced Tampa motorcycle accident lawyers can help you demand compensation from negligent motorists and insurance companies.

At Farah & Farah, we’ve provided unparalleled legal service to motorcycle crash victims and grieving families in Tampa since 1979. Our team of skilled personal injury lawyers in Tampa has helped clients win life-changing financial compensation.

Make it clear that you’re not giving up or settling for less than your motorcycle accident case is worth. Put our top-rated litigators in your corner. Your first consultation is free, so contact our injury law office today.

Benefit From Farah & Farah’s Award-Winning Tampa Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

You can put yourself on level ground with the insurance company, powerful corporations, and other intimidating adversaries by hiring an experienced Florida motorcycle accident lawyer to handle your motorcycle injury case.

Here’s why you’ll want to trust Farah & Farah:

More significantly, we employ a client-centric approach to building your case by using the experience, background, expertise, and even location of different team members to get you the best result possible. Our dedication to teamwork is a central pillar of our process and is integrated at every stage of your case.

Additionally, we have a long track record of helping motorcycle crash victims recover life-changing awards. Notable results include the following:

You’ll get from the service and personalized care of a small law firm while also benefiting from our considerable resources—enough to take on powerful defendants and win. 

Call our law office in Tampa at (813) 358-0490 to learn more about our client-focused, team-oriented approach to litigation and discover how we can help you after your motorcycle crash.

How Our Tampa Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Can Help You Maximize Your Recovery

At Farah & Farah, we prioritize teamwork, collaboration, and a comprehensive approach to each case we handle. When you trust us with your motorcycle injury claim, you’ll benefit from our tried-and-true approaches to litigation.

We devote a team of attorneys and staff to your case to provide responsive representation and accessibility. You can focus on recovering from your injuries while we do the following, among other things:

We’ll handle your personal injury case from start to finish. Take this opportunity to focus on getting better. You deserve it.


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How Long Do I Have To File a Motorcycle Injury Lawsuit in Tampa, Florida?

You will have two years from the date of your wreck to file a motorcycle accident lawsuit in Florida. Once the statute of limitations expires, you lose the ability to assert your legal rights to seek justice and demand compensation.

Don’t let too much time go by before you take action. Call Farah & Farah at (813) 358-0490 for help as soon as possible after getting hurt.

What Types of Damages Can I Get If I’ve Been Hurt in a Tampa Motorcycle Accident?

Following a motorcycle accident in Tampa, you’ll generally be eligible to receive compensatory damages through an insurance claim or lawsuit.

Compensatory damages include money for your financial losses and hard-to-value life changes. In Florida, these are often referred to as economic damages and non-economic damages and can include money for the following:

If you take your motorcycle accident lawsuit to trial, a Hillsborough County jury can also award punitive damages. These are reserved for situations when a defendant acted intentionally or consciously disregards your safety.

Understanding Liability For Tampa Motorcycle Accidents

Florida’s no-fault insurance rules don’t apply to motorcycles. So, if you are injured in a motorcycle crash in Tampa, you’ll be able to seek compensation from whoever is responsible for causing your wreck.

This is different from standard motor vehicle accidents, where the no-fault rules apply, and you must submit a claim to your own insurance company, even if you were not at fault.

Here’s what you should know about liability for motorcycle collisions in Tampa.

What Do I Have To Prove to Win My Motorcycle Accident Case?

Like most other types of motor vehicle accidents, motorcycle crashes usually happen when someone is negligent. As a result, negligence is the primary cause of action in most motorcycle accident claims.

When you file a claim, you’ll have to prove the following:

Florida requires that you prove these elements by a preponderance of the evidence, meaning a jury must find your side of the story more likely true than not.

How Can Shared Fault Affect My Financial Recovery?

Liability extends to anyone whose negligence contributes to your motorcycle accident. That includes you. If you share the blame, it will affect your ability to recover compensation.

Florida has a modified comparative negligence system. There is a strict bar to recovery if you are more than 50 percent at fault, so you’ll lose the right to recover compensation if you’re mostly to blame for your motorcycle crash.

When you’re 50 percent or less to blame, your damages are subject to reduction in proportion to your assigned share of fault. For example, If you’re 30 percent at fault, your financial recovery will be reduced by 30 percent.

What Should I Do If I’m Found at Fault for a Motorcycle Accident?

Police and insurance companies often blame motorcycle riders for accidents unfairly. They are often biased against riders, and this leads to unfair conclusions about how accidents happen. We won’t stand for this, and it is one of the most important reasons we perform such detailed accident investigations following motorcycle accidents.

No matter what the police report says, you should never accept a finding of fault without consulting one of our knowledgeable motorcycle accident lawyers in Tampa. Law enforcement investigations are less detailed than ours, and we may be able to prove them wrong. The insurance company will use the police report against you, but the information on the report is inadmissible in court as evidence of fault.

Even if you received a traffic ticket, it doesn’t mean you have to accept fault. Tickets are unproven allegations, and they cannot be used as evidence against you if your case goes to court. Of course, your insurance company is hoping you don’t know that. 

When you choose Farah & Farah, we’ll advise you of your rights, protect your claim, and fight to clear your name. We’re committed to reducing your share of fault to below 51 percent and helping you recover maximum compensation.

Do I Need a Lawyer If I Didn’t Cause My Motorcycle Crash?

It’s a good idea to hire a lawyer even if you didn’t cause your motorcycle accident. You will be dealing with an insurance company, which usually has a vested interest in paying you the lowest amount possible to maximize shareholders’ profits. They’ll also be represented by highly skilled claims adjusters and defense attorneys, who will work hard to deny your claim or minimize your recovery.

Hiring an attorney takes away the insurance company’s advantage. It forces them to take your claim seriously, consider it in good faith, and respect your rights. With an attorney, you can also accelerate the claims process by showing the insurance company you’re not afraid to take your matter to court.

Common Motorcycle Injuries

Motorcyclists are susceptible to severe, life-changing injuries in a crash, including the following:

Motorcycle accidents tend to produce more severe injuries because riders have little protection against other vehicles and the road. You can decrease the odds of catastrophic injuries and death by wearing a motorcycle helmet and other safety gear while you’re riding in Tampa.

Motorcycle Accident FAQs

Farah & Farah has the following answers to some of your most important motorcycle accident questions.

What Causes Most Motorcycle Accidents in Tampa?

Tampa and surrounding towns in Hillsborough County see hundreds of motorcycle accidents annually. In 2022, 603 motorcycle wrecks were reported in the Tampa metro area.

While these accidents can happen for just about any reason, leading causes include the following:

Our Tampa auto accident attorneys will thoroughly analyze your crash to determine every possible cause.

Is Lane Splitting Legal in Tampa?

No, lane splitting, or riding between lanes of slow-moving or stopped traffic, is currently illegal in Florida. State law provides that motorcyclists must drive in a single marked traffic lane unless changing lanes or making a turn.

What Does a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Cost?

Our motorcycle accident attorneys do get paid unless you win your case. We work on contingency, meaning you pay absolutely nothing unless we win your motorcycle accident case. When we win, our fee comes right out of your financial recovery, so there’s no out-of-pocket cost to you.

Trusted Tampa Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Ready to Fight For You

You’ve got one shot at recovering compensation after a motorcycle accident in Tampa, FL. Make the most of it by enlisting the help of our experienced Tampa motorcycle accident attorneys.

We’ve been handling complex motorcycle injury claims for over four decades. During that time, our award-winning Florida litigators have helped clients win over $2 billion in damages.

Now we’re ready to help you maximize your recovery. Call our law office in Tampa at (813) 358-0490 or contact us online to set up a free, no-obligation case assessment now.


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