Motorcycle Accident Injuries Are Serious, Even Fatal. We Can Help. Contact Us
No matter how much protective gear motorcyclists have on, motorcycle accident injuries can often be extremely serious, even fatal. In Florida, motorcycle accidents injured 7,411 people and killed 383 in 2010, according to the Florida Department of Transportation.
If you've been injured in a motorcycle accident or your family is dealing with a fatal motorcycle accident, take back control. Contact West Palm Beach motorcycle accident lawyer David Glatthorn. A Board Certified trial lawyer with more than 30 years of experience, attorney Glatthorn knows how to thoroughly investigate motorcycle accidents and get people the compensation they rightfully deserve. Discover what David Glatthorn can do for you. Call 800-990-9394 today and schedule a free case review.
Motorcycle accident injuries can cover a wide range. From road rash to broken bones, some of the more serious motorcycle accident injuries include spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries and varying degrees of paralysis.
West Palm Beach motorcycle accident lawyer David Glatthorn fights for victims
You might think you don't need a lawyer to handle your motorcycle accident. Your case might seem straightforward. The insurance company seems cooperative. What could go wrong?
Lots of things. In particular, just because your insurance company or the insurance investigator for the other driver's insurance company seems nice doesn't mean they have your best interests at heart. Often, insurance companies are focused on one thing: paying people as little money as possible.
Don't settle for less. Demand more. Contact attorney Glatthorn. He has an impressive track record for obtaining large, often multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements. That's how he earned his membership in the prestigious "Million Dollar Advocates Forum," an organization reserved for lawyers who have obtained a verdict or settlement worth over $1 million for a client. Less than 1 percent of lawyers in America belong to the "Million Dollar Advocates Forum"