Orlando Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

A motorcycle collision can change your life in an instant. At DWK Law, our goal is to protect your rights by helping you take decisive legal steps so you can regain control. Throughout the process, we provide personalized attention, excellent investigative work, meticulous pretrial discovery, and research, followed by unparalleled courtroom performance.

At DWK Law, we focus on delivering high-value services as opposed to high-volume services. Believe it or not, many firms conduct operations that are similar to assembly lines. They churn through case after case without providing clients with the necessary compassion, attention to detail, and long-term legal help they need. Our approach is different – it is borne out of compassion. See the difference today when you call a skilled Orlando personal injury lawyer at DWK Law.


“Accident” is a misleading term

An “accident” means something unexpected happened. But in many motorcycle collisions, one party is at fault due to their negligent or reckless actions. Some drivers of passenger cars, semi-trucks, or other vehicles don’t always watch out for motorcyclists.

If drivers are distracted or drunk, they can hurt someone on a motorcycle who’s sharing the road. Also, places that sell alcohol (like clubs or bars) can be to blame if they serve a habitually addicted drinker or someone underage who then drives and hurts motorcyclists on the road.

Why are motorcycle collisions so serious?

The aftermath of a motorcycle accident is devastating. The risk of injury or death is amplified, meaning that extra caution must be shown on the road for all people near a motorcyclist. Contact our team of experienced attorneys so we can help determine who was at fault and how we can lead you and your family to recovery.

What should I do after being in a motorcycle crash?

When you’re in a motorcycle crash, it’s important to stay calm and follow these steps to avoid more injuries.

1. Get to a safe spot, leave your bike

Focus on moving yourself away from traffic to a safe place. Don’t try to move your motorcycle, as it could make your injuries worse.

2. Keep your safety gear on

Check yourself for any obvious injuries. Keep all your safety gear, including your helmet, on. If you’re not badly hurt, check if others involved in the crash are okay.

3. Call 911 for help

Call 911 to get an ambulance and the police on the scene. They’ll help with injuries, and the police will investigate the causes of the crash. The official accident report can be important later. Work with the police and tell them exactly what happened.

4. Collect evidence at the scene

If you can safely move around, use your phone to take pictures or videos. Capture damage, injuries, the location of the vehicles, traffic signals, road signs, and road conditions. If possible, get contact information from any witnesses.

5. Tell your insurance company

Report the crash to your insurance company as soon as you can. Give them all the details and any documents you have. This makes the claim process easier.

6. Speak with an Orlando motorcycle accident lawyer

If the crash caused big injuries, you should talk to a motorcycle accident lawyer. They’ll protect your rights, deal with insurance companies, and help you through the claims process and litigation period of your case.

How long do I have to file a claim?


In most cases, Florida provides personal injury victims two years to file a claim.  However, if the injury was due to the negligence of a government entity, you may have as little as six months to file the suit.

What types of damages can I claim?

An Orlando motorcycle accident lawyer can assist you in getting money for the things you lost, including the following.

Economic damages

  • Medical bills
  • The cost of future medical treatment
  • Money you didn’t get from work
  • Money you might have made in the future
  • The cost of repairing/replacing your motorcycle

Non-economic damages

  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental Anguish
  • Inconvenience

Motorcycle accidents can take a mental and physical toll, so we work hard to make sure our clients get the full amount of compensation they deserve for their injuries.

How can our Orlando motorcycle accident lawyer prove negligence?

Your lawyer for the motorcycle crash needs to show four things to make your case successful.

1. Duty of care

Your lawyer will show that the person or entity who caused the crash had a responsibility to act with due care.

2. Breach of duty

The person who caused the crash didn’t do what they were supposed to, breaching their duty of acting with due care.

3. Causation

Your lawyer will show that the other party or parties directly caused the collision that led to your injuries and other losses.

4. Damages

Your lawyer will prove how much harm was done to you because of what the other person did.

Why should I hire DWK Law?

If you’re searching for a motorcycle accident attorney, chances are you’ve been overwhelmed by the sheer number of seemingly qualified attorneys vying to take your case. Whether you got sideswiped in Orange County by a careless driver on a cell phone or “doored” by a negligent driver in Miami Beach, you need strategic guidance.

Not only would you like to know how to deal with insurance companies and get compensated for medical bills and missed work, but you also need guidance managing the ongoing stresses of rebuilding your life post-crash.

Our experienced attorneys understand the many battles victims of motorcycle crashes often find themselves fighting. Since 1989, we have worked with clients throughout Florida to help them pursue justice and receive fair compensation.

We’re on your side 100%

We are highly selective in whom we represent, working only with people who have been seriously wronged. This selective approach gives us the motivation to leverage all of our resources on behalf of our clients.

After all, in your search for an Orlando motorcycle accident lawyer, you are not simply looking for someone to collect money for you and then leave you to fend for yourself. You would like a team to guide you, systematically, through the legal maze, to minimize your sense of anxiety and maximize your sense that true justice has been done for you and your family.

Orlando Motorcycle Accident FAQ

If you’re having money problems because of medical bills, not being able to work, and fixing your motorcycle, the last thing you want is to stress about paying for a lawyer.


But don’t worry, we get it. That’s why we provide free consultations to figure out how we can help you, and we only get paid if we win your case. When we do, you’ll simply owe a fee that we’ve agreed upon upfront. It’s easy — you don’t have to use your own money when you’re already in a tight financial position. 



To make sure you’re less likely to have a motorcycle accident or get hurt in one, and also to avoid breaking any traffic rules, it’s crucial to follow all of Florida’s laws regarding motorcycles. Here are just a few of those laws.


In Florida, a motorcyclist may choose not to wear a motorcycle helmet if they:

  • Are over the age of 21, and
  • Are covered by an insurance policy of at least $10,000 in medical benefits for injuries incurred as a result of a crash

All riders under the age of 21 must wear a helmet.

Eye protection law

Florida motorcyclists are always required to wear eye protection.

The people or groups who might be responsible for your motorcycle accident injuries include the following.

Another driver

If a driver was not paying attention or was using alcohol or drugs, they could be held responsible. The company another driver was working for at the time can also be responsible for the driver’s actions.

Parts maker

If a faulty part caused the crash, the company that made it could be responsible.

Road construction contractors

If the roads are in bad shape and not safe, the contractor who built or maintained them could be responsible.

After a motorcycle crash, someone from the insurance company will get in touch with you. Here are some things you should and shouldn’t do when talking to them.

Things you should do

  • Give them correct info: Answer their basic questions truthfully, like your name, birthdate, and license info.
  • Direct them to your lawyer: If they ask anything that might make it seem like you’re at fault, tell them to talk to your lawyer right away.

Things you shouldn’t do

  • Don’t say too much: Only share what’s necessary. Don’t makeup things or guess things you don’t know.
  • Stay off social media: Don’t post anything about the crash or your injuries on social media.
  • Don’t talk without a lawyer: If they want you to give a written or recorded statement, don’t do it without your lawyer present.
  • Use the right words: Instead of saying “accident,” say “collision” or “crash” because “accident” makes it sound like nobody could avoid it, and it’s not anyone’s fault.

The Orlando motorcycle accident lawyers at DWK Law serve clients throughout the state. We pride ourselves on ethical service and skills inside and outside of the courtroom (additionally, we have been selected by Martindale-Hubbell to be on their Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. This register is the definitive guide to the most distinguished law firms in America). We understand how vital it is to probe the details of every case.


For instance, say a family visiting Disney World rear-ended your motorcycle on the freeway, damaging your bike and causing multiple injuries, including broken bones, lacerations, and a concussion. Your initial instinct might be to seek compensation from the driver who hit you. But a deeper probe of the facts might reveal that the driver’s brakes failed. In this case, not only might the driver be liable, but the company that manufactured the vehicle’s brakes might also be held to account for your medical bills, lost wages, and other costs and fees.

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