Orlando Scooter Accident Attorneys

Florida Personal Injury Law Firm

Scooters are a popular form of transportation in Florida. However, just as many motorists fail to see motorcycles, many motorists also fail to see scooters. Since scooters are so much smaller than other motor vehicles, people who drive scooters often experience significant injuries as a result of an accident.

If you or a family member has been injured in a scooter accident, contact LaBar Adams in Orlando, Florida. Our experienced Orlando Scooter Accident Lawyers are committed to seeking maximum compensation on behalf of people who have been injured in a scooter accident.

Your Dedicated Advocates

If you have been injured in a scooter accident, you may have suffered broken bones, back or neck damage, spinal cord damage, head trauma or other serious injuries. You may have significant unpaid medical bills that are mounting, and you may likely need further medical treatment in the future. You may have even had to take time off from work as a result of your injuries. If you have suffered a disabling injury, your ability to return to gainful employment may be permanently impaired.

Our skilled personal injury attorneys will negotiate on your behalf with the insurance companies to seek the full compensation you are entitled to receive for past and future medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, lost earning capacity and other damages you have suffered. If the insurance company will not offer a fair settlement, we will be fully prepared to take it to court. We have advocated on behalf of more than a thousand injured clients, so you can be confident that we have the experience to vigorously protect your rights.

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To schedule a free consultation with one of our Orlando scooter accident lawyers, call 866-680-4LAW or contact us by e-mail. We handle personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we recover compensation for you.

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