Protect Yourself After A Scooter Accident
In recent years, several companies have been putting out electric scooters throughout major cities to help people get around. While this has been a big convenience here in Florida, many people do not realize that you have no legal protection on these scooters. This means if someone suffers an accident on one, the scooter company is not initially liable for your injuries.
If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt on one of these scooters, you may already be aware of how difficult it is to receive the compensation you need to recover. We at Burnett Law, P.A., have been serving clients from our Tampa office for more than 20 years, and we know how to pursue fair compensation for your injury.
Returning To Normal After An Electric Scooter Accident
The consequences of a scooter accident can be surprisingly high. Scooters move at speeds that put a rider in more danger than they expect. Some of the most severe injuries can include:
- Broken limbs
- Skull fractures
- Concussions or other brain damage
- Back and neck injuries
- Nerve damage
These catastrophic injuries come with large upfront costs, and the possibility for more in the future. We want to make sure the compensation you receive fully covers all of the costs of your injuries and not just some of the upfront costs.
We fight to hold the party responsible for your injuries accountable for their actions and their costs. We are not afraid to fight for your benefit. If negotiations are not enough to provide you with your best possible recovery, then we will take your case to court for you.
Get The Help You Need Today
We are eager for the opportunity to represent your needs after scooter accident or any other injury. Our firm handles all manner of personal injury issues, including those centered around electric scooters. Contact our office for Florida lawyers you can trust to bring experience and dedication to your case.
Call 813-221-5000 or email us here to schedule an initial consultation with our compassionate representatives today.