Motorcycle Accidents

Serving nearby areas by Palm Beach and West Palm Beach, Florida

Riding a motorcycle can be one of the most freeing experiences in life, particularly on the sunny, open roads of Florida. The injuries sustained in motorcycle accidents, however, can be devastating. The motorcycle accident attorneys at Romano Law Group can help you pursue the compensation you need when you have suffered severe injuries in an accident.

Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycles are subject to the same dangers as other automobiles, but road hazards and other drivers can be more life threatening to motorcycle riders.

Drivers of other vehicles are often not paying enough attention to be aware of the motorcycles around them. Many drivers follow too closely or are engaging in distracted driving behaviors. They may not see you at all or they may underestimate the dangers of road hazards, such as debris or uneven road surfaces, and not allow enough space for you to maneuver.

Your Motorcycle Accident Case

Motorcycle accident injuries tend to be more severe than other auto accidents simply because when you ride, you are more exposed. Motorcyclists often sustain brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken legs or arms, or other serious conditions.

Pursuing legal action to recover the compensation you need for your injuries, lost income, and rehabilitation can be complex and stressful. You need an attorney you can trust.

At Romano Law Group, our motorcycle accident attorneys are committed to fighting for the justice and the compensation you deserve. With almost four decades of litigation experience, we know how to investigate your case and aggressively pursue the best possible settlement or verdict for you.

If you or your loved one is suffering with the severe injuries of a motorcycle accident, call (866) 533-6700 today or contact Romano Law Group for your free consultation with one of our experienced motorcycle accident attorneys. We represent clients in Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, throughout south Florida and across the United States.