If a motorist hit you while you rode your bicycle in Daytona Beach, Florida, you may be able to build a case against the driver and hold him or her responsible. If you qualify, you can secure financial recovery based on the facts of your case. A Daytona bicycle accident lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns will offer to represent you based on contingency if we believe we can help.
To learn more, call Bogin, Munns & Munns at our Daytona Beach office today by dialing (386) 763-2092. We provide complimentary case reviews and consultations. We can document your losses and seek a payout to cover them, if your case supports this type of action. Contact us today to learn more.
Our Team Represents Bicycle Accident Victims in Volusia County
Our personal injury lawyers accept bicycle accident cases and seek compensation on behalf of our clients following a car-versus-bicycle accident. Although bicycles and motor vehicles are supposed to follow all applicable rules and share the roadways safely, this does not always happen. According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, in 2018, there were 226 bicycle accidents in Volusia County. This total includes 209 injury collisions and six fatal accidents.
When a car strikes a bicyclist, it is rarely the occupants of the car who suffer serious injury. Instead, it is the cyclist who has few protections to prevent injuries. Some types of possible bicycle accident injuries include:
- Head injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Neck or back injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Facial injuries
- Broken bones, sometimes very seriously
- Internal injuries to organs
- Contusions and lacerations
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Lasting impairments.
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our full-service law firm provides services far above and beyond negligence accidents. We have attorneys who can help you with virtually the full spectrum of Florida law. Call to speak to a team member at Bogins, Munns & Munns now at (386) 763-2092.
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Our Team Has Represented Injured Victims Since 1979
A Daytona Beach bicycle accident lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to file your insurance claim and seek compensation for the damages you suffered. This will allow you to keep your focus on your treatment and healing, reaching the maximum physical recovery possible following your accident.
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we provide services to accident victims from our offices throughout Central Florida, including our Volusia County office that is conveniently located to serve you in Daytona Beach. We also have 12 other offices. This includes our home office in Orlando as well as locations in:
- Orange City
- St. Cloud
- The Villages.
To learn more about our team, how we work, what we can do to seek recovery on your behalf, or more, call Bogin, Munns & Munns today at (386) 763-2092. A member of our team can answer your questions today.
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Building a Daytona Beach Bicycle Accident Case and Recovering Damages
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our team knows what it takes to seek and secure a payout for our clients. If we represent you, we will launch a full investigation into your accident and injuries. We will prove the driver who hit you acted negligently, often violating a traffic law. This led to your collision and, ultimately, your injuries.
We will then gather proof of all of your related losses and expenses and demand the driver’s insurance company provide you with a fair settlement. This often takes some negotiating, but we often reach a settlement at this point. If not, we may need to present the evidence we gathered in a Volusia County civil court.
The compensation we seek to recover is based on the actual damages you suffered, both tangible and intangible. This could include:
- Injuries, medical treatment, care, and future treatment and care costs
- Lost income and benefits
- Reduced earning capacity
- Property damages
- Expenses paid out of pocket
- Pain and suffering
- Other non-economic damages.
Wrongful Death Following a Daytona Beach Bicycle Accident
In some cases, even prompt medical care and the best treatment cannot save the life of the bicyclist. The rider may pass away as a result of his or her injuries. If this happened to your loved one, you may qualify to seek wrongful death damages under Florida Statutes 768.21. Our team will review your qualifications and determine if we can help you pursue this type of case. Reach out to us today for your complimentary case review.
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Deadlines on Taking Legal Action in a Florida Bicycle Accident Case
If we need to take your Daytona Beach bicycle accident case to a Volusia County civil court, we must meet the deadline to file the paperwork as established by Florida law. In most bicycle injury cases, this is generally four years from the date of your accident under Florida Statutes 95.11. In a wrongful death case, you may have only two years to get your case started.
When Bogin, Munns & Munns files the paperwork for a personal injury civil suit, we will name the driver who hit you as the defendant in your case. This will make it official that we are seeking to hold him or her legally liable for your injuries and damages.
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If we represent you in your case, a Daytona Beach bicycle accident lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns will do so based on contingency. We will not ask for any money up front for our services. Instead, we will cover the expenses necessary to investigate your accident and file your claim or take your case to court. Then, once we secure a settlement or court award, we will take our attorney’s fees from this payout. If we do not secure compensation for you, we do not get paid.
To get started today, call Bogin, Munns & Munns at (386) 763-2092. We have a team member ready to discuss your accident and injuries with you now. We can explain your legal rights and options and will offer to navigate the claims process for you if you qualify to take legal action.