The Most Common Injuries After a Boca Raton Motorcycle Crash 

The Sunshine State boasts some of the best riding conditions for motorcycle enthusiasts. In 2022, Florida had upwards of 620,000 registered motorcycles. With many miles of coastline and open roads, it’s no surprise that thousands of Florida residents enjoy motorcycles as their preferred transportation choice. … read more

I’ve Been Hurt in a Motorcycle Accident in West Palm Beach, FL – Do I Need a Lawyer?

Nobody expects to be injured in an accident. So when it happens, you can be left feeling overwhelmed. You may not know how to deal with the aftermath of the accident. Can an attorney help you if you are injured in a motorcycle accident in… read more

7 Common Motorcycle Crashes and How to Avoid Them

Thousands of riders are killed and injured in motorcycle crashes each year. Motorcycle accidents often involve human error and negligence.  Riders may not be able to prevent all accidents, but they can reduce their risk of injury by wearing motorcycle helmets, gloves, and other protective… read more

How Safe Are Motor Scooters in Florida?

The use of e-bikes and motor scooters has increased around the country over the last few years as scooter-sharing companies like Bird and Lime have flooded dozens of cities with motor scooters. As recently as 2018, the National Association of City Transportation Officials estimated that… read more

4 Facts About Road Rash

Road rash is one of the most common injuries riders suffer in motorcycle accidents. It’s something everyone who owns a motorcycle should know about. While in many cases road rash is a minor injury, in severe cases it can be debilitating and have life-altering consequences. … read more

Link v. FirstEnergy Corp. – Utility Company Not Liable for Poorly-Placed Poles

Even though a utility company placed its poles in a position that failed to abide U.S. Federal Highway Administration “Clear Zone” stipulations, and even though this failure was noted by the local government with which it contracted, the Ohio Supreme Court has declined to hold the company responsible… read more