Kissimmee Scooter Accident Lawyer

Kissimmee Scooter Accident Lawyer
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Scooter riders face many dangers on the roads. Drivers may be less likely to look out for these smaller vehicles or yield to them on the roadway, which can result in serious injuries for riders.

If you faced injuries after such an accident, a Kissimmee scooter accident lawyer may be able to help you hold the driver accountable and recover compensation. The team at Bogin, Munns & Munns is ready to review your accident and injuries today for free.

Call (407) 870-1919 for your free consultation.

Liability for a Kissimmee Scooter Collision

Though Florida does not require titling or registration for the operation of motorized scooters, there are laws that pertain to these vehicles and their riders. Florida Statutes §316.003 defines motorized scooters as “micro mobility devices,” which are unable to go more than 20 miles per hour and consist of no more than three wheels with no seat or saddle.

Florida Statutes §316.008 specifies that counties and municipalities may regulate the operation of these vehicles on the roadways and sidewalks. As such, scooter riders must abide by any signs that prohibit the use of these devices in certain areas.

At the same time, drivers must also abide by traffic laws and safe driving practices. This includes looking out for motorized scooters while driving, particularly near sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes. Drivers who fail to do so may be liable for any harm that comes to scooter riders in a collision.

Some motorized scooter accident victims also cite malfunction or poor maintenance as the cause of an accident. In this case, the manufacturer or owner of the scooter may be liable for negligence.

A lawyer can examine the evidence in your case in order to determine who may be held liable for your accident and resulting injuries.

To consult with an experienced scooter accident lawyer serving Kissimmee, call 855-780-9986

Losses in a Scooter Accident Case

As with motorcycles, motorized scooters do not offer much protection to riders. Though these devices on their own cannot travel over 20 miles per hour, the results of accidents can still be catastrophic. A helmet and other gear may help prevent minor scrapes and bruises, but a collision with a full-sized passenger vehicle can still result in significant damage for a scooter rider.

Depending on the type of accident you experienced, you may be facing a wide array of injuries, ranging from relatively minor to severe. The following are injuries commonly associated with motorized scooter accidents:

  • Road rash
  • Fractured ribs
  • Concussion or traumatic brain injury
  • Broken bones
  • Neck and back injuries

If you are suffering from any of these injuries and you believe a driver or another party is at fault, you may be able to build a case to seek compensation for your medical expenses and other losses.

The fight for compensation does not stop at negotiations with the insurer. We are ready to take your case to court by filing a lawsuit. However, time is limited. Florida’s statute of limitations for personal injury and wrongful death cases permits victims to file a lawsuit no more than two years after the accident or death. We encourage you to call us now so we can get started.

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Building a Scooter Accident Case

In order to qualify for compensation after a Kissimmee scooter collision, you must be able to prove negligence, whether on the part of a driver or another party. You will also need to provide evidence of your injuries and any expenses or losses you now face related to the accident. The following are examples of the types of evidence you may use to support your case for compensation:

  • Eyewitness accounts of the incident
  • Maintenance information from the scooter rental company, if applicable
  • A police report, if law enforcement assessed the scene
  • Surveillance or traffic camera footage, where available
  • Medical records regarding your diagnosis and treatment
  • Receipts of any out-of-pocket expenses related to the collision

Constructing a personal injury case can take significant time and energy, which you may not have if you are still in recovery. If you are feeling alone in the process of your case, consider reaching out to the team at Bogin, Munns & Munns for help. You can reach us to discuss your case at (407) 870-1919.

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Let a Kissimmee Scooter Accident Lawyer Help You

While you may be able to represent yourself in a personal injury case, a lawyer will be able to help you with the complexities of cases involving motorized scooters. Navigating your rights as a victim in a motorized scooter collision can be difficult. There may be multiple parties involved, including another motorist.

When an attorney agrees to take on your case, you can hand over the legal tasks of determining who is liable for your losses and building a case to support this claim. That way, you can spend your time and energy on healing and moving forward.

If you choose Bogin, Munns & Munns, your lawyer will offer more than just legal representation. Our services also include the following:

  • Exploring every detail of your collision
  • Identifying key evidence to demonstrate liability
  • Assessing a value for your case
  • Communicating with all parties relevant to the case
  • Navigating Florida law as it pertains to the accident
  • Negotiating a settlement with the liable party, if possible
  • Filing a lawsuit promptly, when necessary

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Why Choose Bogin, Munns & Munns

The team at Bogin, Munns & Munns offers legal services for those who were victims of someone else’s negligence. We can fight for your compensation.

If another party is responsible for your injuries, a Kissimmee scooter accident lawyer from our team can help you get to the bottom of the case. Let us review the details of your collision and seek compensation for your losses while you recover.

Call (407) 870-1919 for your free consultation today.

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