Personal Injury Lawyers,
Jacksonville, FL

Motorcycle Crashes at Intersections

A law firm protecting the rights of Jacksonville motorcyclists

Thanks to the beautiful weather in the Jacksonville area, motorcyclists enjoy the freedom of the open road. They may cruise the backroads of Route 90 or the bustling city streets of Jacksonville. One of the main concerns regarding motorcycles is safety, but far too often, motorists fail to pay attention.

A simple act of negligence can cause a motorcycle crash, especially at an intersection. The accident attorneys at Pajcic & Pajcic know how to handle motorcycle accidents and hold responsible parties accountable for their negligence. Our case results, such as the $1.25 million paid on a $25,000 policy, speak for themselves. Contact us today and find out how we can help.

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    Why motorcycle accidents happen at intersections

    Motorcycle accidents at intersections are almost always attributed to driver negligence. The primary factors resulting in motorcycle accident at an intersection include:

    How motorcycle accident can affect the lives of victims

    Because motorcyclists have very little protection in a crash, they can suffer very serious injuries. Common motorcycle accident injuries include broken bones, head injuries, back injuries, biker’s arm, and road rash. In some cases, injured motorcyclists need amputation or suffer paralysis due to injuries to the back, neck, or spine.

    Medical expenses for diagnosing and treating injuries can add up quickly and soon become overwhelming. Motorcyclists may need imaging tests, lab tests, surgery, hospitalization, medication, physical therapy, home health care and multiple follow-up appointments with doctors. Recovery from their injuries may take months or years. In some cases, injured victims are left with a permanent disability.

    Dealing with the legal process and insurance company can be complicated

    If you were injured in a Jacksonville motorcycle accident caused by a negligent driver, you deserve financial compensation. But the legal process can be complicated.

    Passenger vehicle drivers are always expected to watch out for motorcycles, especially at intersections. But even if there is no doubt that the driver was at fault for causing your accident, dealing with his or her insurance company can be exhausting. They may try to pin the blame on you or downplay the extent of your injuries. They may even offer you a "low-ball" settlement in hopes that your claim will go away. But you should never succumb to their false generosity. Such a settlement is rarely enough to cover the cost of medical bills, loss of wages and suffering.

    Insurance companies have lawyers looking out for their best interests. You need a lawyer who will fight for what’s best for you.

    Our attorneys will fight for justice

    Our legal team investigates your motorcycle accident to get the facts. This involves gathering evidence, including any video of the collision from nearby traffic or security cameras. We’ll review accident reports and medical records. We interview witnesses about what they saw. And if needed, we consult accident reconstruction experts and other specialists.

    Our attorneys know how to build strong cases that prove the negligence of another driver caused the accident that left you injured. We demand financial compensation for all of the damages you suffered. We are often able to negotiate a settlement that meets your needs. But we’ll be ready to fight for you in court if that’s what it takes.

    If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident at a Jacksonville intersection, you should never try to handle the claim on your own. Let the attorneys at Pajcic & Pajcic take care of it. We have decades of experience helping injured motorcyclists in the Jacksonville area maximize their compensation. Contact us today for a free case evaluation, or simply call 904-358-8881. We will fight for justice.

    Pajcic & Pajcic
    1 Independent Dr Suite 1900
    Jacksonville, FL 32202

    Local: 904-358-8881

    Fax: 904-354-1180