Frequently Asked Questions

Answered By Your Pasco, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Hernando And Citrus Motorcycle Accident Attorney


What type of accidents and injuries do you take on?

Thought every case is different, we will freely consult with you about any motorcycle accident in which you’ve been involved.

Why is it important to have a Florida motorcycle accident lawyer?

After a motorcycle accident in which you have been injured because of the possible wrongdoing or negligence of another driver, it’s important that you understand that a personal injury claim must be filed against the responsible party’s insurance company. This is an extremely important point to understand because insurance companies often respond to attorneys much more quickly than an unrepresented individual. A motorcycle accident attorney, experienced in dealing with both the confusing Florida courts and the sometimes stubborn insurance companies can improve your chances for a positive negotiation for a settlement on your behalf. It has been shown in case after case that, with the assistance of an experienced, aggressive motorcycle accident lawyer, claimants receive more beneficial decisions.

Do you take on motorcycle accident DUI cases?

Yes, we vigorously and zealously represent the rights of those who have been injured or died of wrongful causes due to a driver being under the influence.

What type of compensation can I expect after a motorcycle accident?

The amount of compensation depends on the extent of the injuries sustained and the damage to your bike. Each case is unique, with its own set of circumstances. If you speak with a motorcycle accident attorney here at Lowman Law Firm , he or she will assist you in determining the damages for which you may be able to file a claim. In general, the more severe and long-lasting the injuries (catastrophic), the higher the settlement might be. This, however, is simply a rule of thumb. Every case is different. For a free consultation, contact a motorcycle accident attorney now to get started evaluating your case.

What are motorcycle requirements in Florida?

For those under the age of 21, they must take a motorcycle class. For those over 21, you can get a learner’s permit after passing a written test. Once you are confident with your riding skills, you can go back to the DMV and take a driving test. After passing your driving test, you can carry passengers. You must wear a helmet or carry $10,000 in insurance coverage.

What if I was partially responsible for an auto accident in which I was injured?

Before you admit anything or say anything even the slightest bit vague after a motorcycle accident, make a simple statement to the authorities that meets their requirements. Then call a well-qualified motorcycle accident attorney like those at Lowman Law Firm.

Will I have to go to court in an auto injury claim?

Many injury claims are settled out of court. However, sometimes representation in court is necessary. Contact a motorcycle accident attorney and discuss the specifics of your case. It’s free, confidential and you won’t pay a dime unless we win your case.