Orlando Motorcycle Accident Attorneys – Vaughan Law Group
The Orlando motorcycle accident injury attorneys at Vaughan Law Group are AV rated by Martindale Hubble. The AV rating means that these lawyers are recognized by fellow lawyers as being not only the most competent attorneys in their chosen field but also the most ethical. The Central Florida Motorcycle Accident Lawyers at Vaughan Law Group have been representing Orlando Motorcycle Accident Victims for over 25 years. Listed below are general items of information concerning the area of motorcycle accidents. The viewer, in order to obtain a more specific indication of the credentials of the Orlando motorcycle accident attorneys at Vaughan Law Group, should peruse this website. It includes specific cases, both past and present.
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The Orlando Motorcycle Accident Attorneys at Vaughan Law Group work to achieve optimal results for the victims and families of bicycle and motorcycle accidents.
Motorcycle accidents can be the most catastrophic. Motorcycle riders and motorcycle passengers are often the most vulnerable on the road. If you were injured while riding on a bicycle or motorcycle, you may suffer from catastrophic and permanent injuries.
Orlando and Florida motorcycle accidents involving injuries are subject to general negligence (tort) laws. These laws subject injured parties to a four year statute of limitations in the state of Florida. This means that a lawsuit must be filed within four years of the date of the accident in order to toll the running of the statute.
The Motorcycle Accident Attorneys at Vaughan Law Group are not only very conversant with the motorcycle laws in the state of Florida, they have also been motorcycle owners and operators themselves. The principals in the law firm have been Harley Davidson owners for years and are experienced with the nuances of litigating motorcycle accident claims.
Orlando Motorcycle Accident Contact Information
If you were involved in a motorcycle accident, contact Vaughan Law Group’s Orlando Motorcycle Accident Attorneys today at (407) 434-0074 for your free initial consultation. We will work to preserve the evidence you need for your case.
Orlando Motorcycle Accident FAQ’s
How does Vaughan Law Group charge fees for a motorcycle accident claim?
Attorneys fees for Florida and Orlando Motor Cycle Accident Claims are governed by the Florida Bar. Generally speaking, attorneys representing motorcycle accident clients are limited to 33 1/3 % of a gross recovery before a lawsuit is filed and 40% of gross recovery after a lawsuit has been filed.
How does Vaughan Law Group handle the costs necessary for a successful result in a motorcycle accident claim?
Vaughan Law Group advances all cost on behalf of its clients and will not recover them from the client unless the case is won at trial or settled. The client only reimburses Vaughan Law Group if that client prevails and receives a monetary award or settlement.
What costs would Vaughan Law Group typically advance for a motorcycle accident claim?
In most injury cases, costs will vary from hundreds of dollars to tens and even hundreds of thousands of dollars. These costs are for various needs to include, but not limited to, medical and lay depositions, expert review and testimony, subpoenas, medical records, travel, etc
How long will my a motorcycle accident case last?
This is a difficult question to answer without knowing the specific type of case and the specific facts of your case. However, a general rule-of-thumb would be within 3-9 months for cases that don’t have to be put into suit and 12-24 months for cases that are filed on.
Do I have to go to trial for my a motorcycle accident claim?
Again, the specifics of each case will help decide whether a trial would be advantageous to you. However, you will never HAVE to go to trial; that will be up to you. In most cases, court ordered mediation allows the parties to get together and resolve the case prior to any trials.