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Motorcycle Accident Lawyer-Plantation

South Florida Personal Injury Attorneys handling Motorcycle accidents throughout Florida

If you have been involved in motorcycle accident in Plantation due to a crash with a car due to a negligent driver, it is imperative to call the police right away to obtain an accident report. In many situations, the negligent vehicle driver will try to convince you to exchange information rather than get the police involved.

Motorcycle Accident Lawyer-Plantation However, the negligent driver might give you false information or lie to the insurance company about how the accident happened. Additionally, having an accident report expedites the initial process of your injury claim. It’s also important to call the police because you might be injured and not even know it right away. In many situations, victims begin experiencing pain several hours or even days after the accident. This can happen for many reasons, including the possibility that you may be in shock at the accident scene.

If you are considering filing an injury claim, even if there is the slightest possibility, you should not speak to any insurance companies about your accident. Many times, insurance companies attempt to obtain recorded statements, which can jeopardize your Plantation motorcycle accident case. Insurance companies are not looking out for your interest, but rather that of the company. If your insurance company requires a recorded statement, one of our experienced Plantation motorcycle lawyers will assist you throughout the process.

Hiring a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer in Plantation

After your Plantation motorcycle accident, friends and relatives might recommend an attorney to file your injury claim. However, before making a decision to hire a lawyer based solely on advice, our firm recommends looking up your potential attorney’s website. Look for the attorney’s biography and be sure to find an attorney with extensive experience practicing personal injury law as well as experience in the courtroom.

Once you have learned more about your attorney, you should also visit the Florida Bar website. Be sure your Plantation motorcycle attorney is found in the member search. The Florida Bar will inform you whether the prospective attorney you are looking to hire has been disciplined for misconduct in the last ten years. Additionally, you are able to see date your attorney was admitted, which is another way to verify the attorney’s years of experience.

Dan Cytryn has handled more than 100 jury trials and has more than 36 years of experience handling personal injury claims. Mr. Cytryn’s extensive experience combined with the excellent service provided by the firm is one of the big reasons why attorneys, doctors, and previous client frequently recommend his firm.

If you would like to read what other clients have said about our services, please read our client reviews on AVVO, which is a website that provides a directory and rating of attorneys nationwide. Also, be sure to review what other lawyers say about Mr. Cytryn.

No Fees or Costs with the Plantation Motorcycle Accident Attorneys!

Our personal injury firm does not charge anything to speak with someone regarding your Plantation motorcycle accident case. In fact, we will go over the details of your case and do our best to let you know the same day if we will be able to represent you for your accident.

Further, if we are able to pursue your case, you will not pay any fees or costs unless our Plantation motorcycle accident attorneys obtain financial recovery for your case. Call our office now at 1-877-853-7466 for your free consultation.

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