Florida Highway Patrol responded to a fatal crash that included a park ranger car and motorcycle in Ochopee off US 41 on Saturday.
The accident occurred at 1:30 pm at the intersection Tamiami Trail East and Burns Road.
Troopers closed US 41 from SR29 to Loop Road; they informed that two people on the motorcycle were dead at the scene. There was a second motorcycle involved in the crash as well. Troopers said the rider of the second motorcycle did not have any injuries.
The police investigate the collision.
Motorcycle fatal accidents are devastating. Riders are not protected like drivers, and even if they wear helmets, they usually end up with severe injuries.
Recovering from motorcycle accidents takes a long time for some victims. They have extra medical fees and are losing their wages.
The law gives you the right to file a lawsuit and seek compensation for your injuries and damages. This should be done within four years from the date of the accident (Florida’s statute of limitations for motorcycle accidents).
During this time, you should consult with an experienced motorcycle accident attorney who will give you the answers to every question you have.
Your attorney will help you file the lawsuit, gather the needed evidence, and will make sure you don’t miss the final date.
Being late even for one day after the statute of limitations is over, you will no longer have a case; therefore, you are losing the chance to get your compensation claim.
If you or your loved one were involved and injured in a motorcycle accident, now is time to seek a skilled motorcycle accident attorney.
We will only charge you if we win your case.
Call today and schedule your first consultation. Our team at Winters & Yonker is expecting you.
18 years old Maliyah Waters was involved in a St Petersburg crash in which several passengers were ejected, and two of them passed away: 1-1/2-year-old