Your Orlando Motorcycle Accident Matters Here - Trust Troutman
Motorcycling in Florida is more than just a way to get around. It's a way of life. That's why Orlando motorcycle accident attorney Richard Troutman takes such cases so seriously. He knows that a motorcycle crash can turn a person's life upside down. In an instant, you or a loved one might not be able to ride or walk for weeks, months or perhaps ever again due to a motorcycle accident on I-4 or elsewhere in Central Florida.
And worst of all, many insurance companies blame motorcyclists for causing such crashes - even when the other driver was clearly at fault. That's because many insurance companies falsely believe that all motorcyclists are daredevils who put everyone at risk from Lakeland to Daytona Beach. We know the truth. We know that most drivers cause accidents involving motorcyclists, mopeds, Vespas and other types of scooters. We know because we ride ourselves. Attorney Troutman has ridden and owned motorcycles for years and has worked with countless motorcycle accident victims throughout Florida, from The Villages to Kissimmee.
One notable case we handled involved a police officer injured on a motorcycle in Volusia County after a truck turned left in front of him. Shortly before the case was scheduled to go to trial in 2011, a $1.25 million settlement was reached in favor of the officer. We're proud of such results because we know what a difference such money can make in the lives of injury victims. That's why we want to meet with you. We want to make a difference in your life and be there for you during this traumatic time in your life.
Why is motorcycling so popular in Florida?
Thanks to its warm climate and friendly biker culture, Florida attracts motorcycle enthusiasts from throughout the country. They descend on the Sunshine State every March for Daytona Bike Week and every October for Biketoberfest®, among other events. Even when events for bikers are not taking place, you'll see plenty of riders on I-4, heading from Orlando to Daytona. The Harley-Davidson dealership in Sanford as well as the Manheim auto auction attract enthusiasts who might want to purchase a new bike or find a replacement part. Other popular riding locations in Central Florida include Mt. Dora and Clermont in Lake County.
How common are motorcycle fatalities, injuries in Florida?
If you think motorcycle accidents are rare, think again. Florida often leads the country or ranks near the top for the most motorcycle fatalities of any state. (Only California had more fatal motorcycle accidents than Florida in 2014.)
Motorcycle accidents also often result in serious injuries since motorcycles are no match for collisions with cars, trucks and other large vehicles. Statistics show motorcyclists are many times more likely to be injured in an accident than an occupant of a car. We regularly work with people dealing with serious motorcycle accident injuries. That's why we're eager to work with you.
"Why should I hire attorney Troutman after my motorcycle accident?"
Attorney Troutman understands Florida's motorcycle culture. He knows why motorcycle accidents happen. He's familiar with all different types of motorcycle accidents. And he's not afraid to take on insurance companies that stand in your way. If necessary, he's prepared to take an insurance company to court and fight for the compensation you rightfully deserve after your motorcycle accident.
In case after case, attorney Troutman consistently comes up with effective ways to address all the legal issues that often arise after an accident. As your attorney, he will take the time to learn about your specific motorcycle accident. That way, he can explain the legal options that address your unique needs. Our law firm takes pride in the service we provide for clients. And we will take your case seriously from start to finish.
This personalized, hands-on approach influences everything we do at the Richard Troutman Law Firm. Once we earn your trust, we will work tirelessly to keep it and to recover the compensation you rightfully deserve. Raise your expectations. Contact us. Call 866-434-5770 for your free case evaluation.