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Are you trying to find a Motorcycle Crash Law Office near you? If you are hurt, we understand you may not be able to visit our offices. Let us go to you!

Trial Pro, P.A. works with Floridians in a range of personal injury judicial matters. Our practice areas include all forms of personal injuries; motor vehicle accidents, motorcycle collisions, wrongful death lawsuits, slip-and-fall accidents, semi-truck collisions, construction accidents and workplace accidents. With offices in Orlando, Tampa, Naples, Brevard County, Melbourne and Fort Myers. Trial Pro, P.A. supplies strategic guidance and counsel to clients in areas such as Mims, Melbourne Gardens, Titusville, Bonaventure, Titusville, Aurora and all throughout Florida. Get in touch with our office for an absolutely free and confidential discussion of how we can help.

The Expert Fort Pierce Motorcycle Accident Attorneys at Trial Pro are fluent in the legislations revolving around these kinds of claims. We understand that traumas from biker collisions are almost always a lot more serious than those from routine motor vehicle accidents. We also know police statements can frequently go against the cyclist when it was not the biker's error.

Automobile accidents may happen to any individual at any moment, and the second they do, the results may be wrecking, involving catastrophic personal injuries or even wrongful death. In many severe traffic collisions, victims may need extensive hospital stays, corrective services, several surgical procedures or even life span disability. Less severe personal injuries can at the same time traumatically alter one's quality of life, creating problems that involve working with insurance adjusters, getting a rental automobile and repairing your personal automobile.

New challenges may also include reduced wages due to missing work and choosing the right medical professional to visit and covering medical costs. A lot of insurance companies do not compensate these costs or compensate accident injured parties reasonably. When this happens, the experienced Fort Pierce car accident attorneys at Trial Pro can help.

Throughout the country, and mainly in The Sunshine State, car accidents are among the major origins of impairment and loss of life. Automobile crashes occur in a multitude of ways and the wide array of injuries sustained in these calamities is almost endless. Due to this, it is highly essential that the lawyer which you retain possesses the expertise and resources necessary to effectively address the unique aspects of your suit.

What to Do Following a Motor bike Accident

Shortly after a bike wreck, it is critical to quickly photograph and document the damages to all motor vehicles connected with the wreck, obtain police reports, interview eye witness, and retain accident re-constructionists, bio-mechanical engineers, vocational rehabilitation specialists, financial experts, and other experts to help prepare a case.

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Remember that the initial twenty four hours after a motorcycle collision can be vital to your case. Reach out to Trial Pro to discuss your case with our proven legal team today. Our expert lawyers are prepared to assist you.

After a car accident, refrain from discussing the collision with anyone except for law enforcement officers before getting in touch with an attorney. This also includes speaking to witnesses-- other than to obtain contact details-- insurance adjusters, and the lawyer or attorneys representing other individuals involved in the car accident.

You are not required by law to give a statement to the insurance provider. Insurance adjusters are looking for to compile information that will help reduce the amount of money they will need to compensate you for your traffic collision. An experienced Fort Pierce motorcycle accident attorney can help you deal with the insurance company and optimize the value of your claim allowing you to concentrate on your recovery.

Bike insurance coverage could be a challenging matter. Numerous motorcyclists just don't have proper insurance coverage details. Insurance provider agents are not always the most reliable source of insurance information, as their principal interest is to get your business. Without a full understanding of the insurance protection types and information about motorcycle insurance coverage, bikers can end up being left with many unanticipated fees in the event of an collision. It is essential for all bikers to assess the forms of motorcycle insurance available, and choose a insurance policy that best accommodates their requirements.

The Expert Fort Pierce Motorbike Accident Attorneys at Trial Pro PA are very knowledgeable about all of the different kinds of insurance coverage, and continuously stay abreast of new developments in car insurance laws, including the new PIP statutes that recently entered into effect.

There is no such thing as a "minor" bike accident. A so-called "minor" cycle accident often results in long-lasting, serious injuries. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a motor bike traffic collision, you need to go over your circumstances with the team at Trial Pro, P.A. immediately. We're equipped to retain all most suitable and necessary expert witnesses, consisting of any engineers and accident reconstructionists.

Head injuries are a major concern for all motorcyclists regardless whether or not they wear a biker helmet when they ride. This sort of trauma is the primary cause of death in bike accidents. Motorcyclists who choose not to use motorcycle helmets are 40% more likely to die of a head trauma and 15% most likely to sustain a non-fatal injury.

The health care expenses linked to head trauma can also be extremely extensive. As opposed to minor traumas resulting from other less serious crashes, motorcycle accident victims often require substantial medical treatment and long periods of hospitalization. And even after a head injury victim has been stabilized, they may require lifelong treatment or therapy.

These expenses can add up quickly in the middle of a very difficult period of time. Call an expert Fort Pierce motorcycle accident attorney at Trial Pro for a completely free claim analysis. We represent clients all over the state, with offices in Tampa, Brevard County, Melbourne, Fort Myers, Naples, Orlando, and Miami.

We follow every justifiable lead, hire the most effective attainable specialists, and take advantage of the most current and cutting-edge technology to give you the dominance over the opposition. As a result of our rigorous preparation and excellent reputation, most of our claims are favorably settled out of court without going to trial.

We are remarkably thorough in the preparation of every single dispute; we are rigorous in the pursuit to win for our prospects; we are aggressive facing the opposition, and we work faster than the opposing PI lawyers.

The Experienced Fort Pierce Motorcycle Accident Attorneys at Trial Pro, P.A. have worked with numerous motorcycle accident injured parties and their family members for many years. Our firm have even had the privilege to assist relatives of those who have died in motorcycle wrecks through this challenging time and to make sure that they are given every cent of settlement to which they are entitled.

Our Fort Pierce personal injury legal professionals are well-versed in tort lawsuits and have been recognized by our peers for our successes. A few of our lawyers have been classified as Super Lawyers and prominent litigators for their achievements in behalf of our clients.

Our founding attorney rode a bike throughout law school, and he knows firsthand how limited courtesy motorcyclists get from other vehicle owners on the road. Call our law firm today for trusted and affordable legal representation-- our firm work on a contingency fee basis.

Only Pay When Your Lawyer Wins Your Case

At Trial Pro, P.A., our personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. This means we cover the costs of investigating, building, negotiating and litigating your insurance claim. We do not bill you a single thing unless we recover compensation on your behalf. If we do not win your case, you will owe us completely nothing.

Our Fort Pierce personal injury lawyers also offer totally free evaluations to assess the aspects of your claim and determine if you have a case. Schedule a Free Consultation

If you or another person you love has been hurt due to someone else's negligence or neglectfulness, you need a reputable lawyer on your side who is knowledgeable with the policies and laws in FL.

Our Fort Pierce personal injury attorneys are well-versed in injury litigation and have been acknowledged by our peers for our success. A few of our attorneys have been listed as Super Lawyers and notable litigators for their success on behalf of our clients.

We have recovered favorable verdicts and compensations that contributed in enabling our clients to bounce back from their injuries or the loss of a loved one. Let us help you recover the maximum amount of compensation you deserve for your traumas.

After a motorcycle accident in Fort Pierce, you’re dealing with a ton of stress. From property damage and lost income to medical bills and emotional suffering, or even brain injuries in some cases.

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident caused by distracted drivers, it is important that you do not admit any fault or sign anything. Our motorcycle accident lawyers serving Brevard County FL have deep appreciation for motorcycle riding and their keen understanding of the legal issues in motorcycle accidents in Fort Pierce will help your injury claim. We may be able to pursue compensation from the at-fault driver to help you recover from your motorcycle accident injuries.

Call Trial Pro, P.A. Fort Pierce office today for a free consultation with one of our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers. Our Team is available by phone or chat 24/7 and ready to help with your motorcycle accident claim.

Motorcycle riders injured in a motorcycle accident because of other motorists’ negligent actions can take legal action to recoup medical bills, medical treatment, lost wages, pain, and suffering and other damages related to the accident. Contacting a motorcycle accident attorney is a great first step after being injured on a motorcycle. Call an experienced motorcycle injury attorney as soon as you can after your wreck!

To schedule a free and confidential consultation to evaluate your motorcycle accident case with our Fort Pierce motorcycle accident lawyers at Trial Pro, P.A. Call (800) Trial-Pro anytime, 24/7.

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  • A Fort Pierce woman accused of killing a 10-year-old girl in a violent hit-and-run crash last month confessed to her family, a newly released arrest report shows. Read More

  • Fort Pierce Police Department announced Friday evening the arrest of Arianna Aleja Colon, 22, on charges of vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of a crash involving the death of a human. Read More

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    Yaceny Berenice Rodriguez-Gonzalez was on her way to the bus stop when she was hit by a car, Fort Pierce police say. She later died from her injuries. Read More

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  • Fort Pierce police said Friday a 22-year-old woman is under arrest for a deadly hit-and-run crash that killed a 10-year-old girl last week. Read More

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Crash on Old Dixie Highway in St. Lucie County kills Fort Pierce man

St. LUCIE COUNTY — A 57-year-old Fort Pierce man died from his injuries in a scooter crash on Old Dixie Highway Wednesday morning, Florida Highway Patrol officials said in a news release.

The orange, 2018 Kymco scooter was the only vehicle involved in the crash north of Michigan Street and Indrio Road around 8:30 a.m.

The man was taken to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center & Heart Institute in Fort Pierce but later died from his injuries, according to a crash report.

A Fort Pierce man, 57, died after crashing a scooter on northbound Old Dixie Highway near the D.J. Wilcox Preserve north of Indrio Road, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

Investigators are still looking into what caused the man to lose control of the scooter, which slid to a stop on its left side facing southeast in the northbound lane.

The man was traveling north on Old Dixie Highway near the D.J. Wilcox Preserve roughly 500 feet north of Michigan Street when he lost control of the vehicle.

He was not wearing a helmet, according to the report.

According to the National Weather Service in Melbourne there was no rain or inclement weather in that area Wednesday morning around the time of the crash.

Depending on the model of the Kymco scooter, most top speeds are roughly 40 to 60 mph, according to

FHP did not release the man's name, citing Marsy’s Law, passed in 2018.

Introduced in memory of a young woman murdered by her ex-boyfriend, Marsy’s Law was created to offer crime victims a slate of rights, including protecting them and their families from harassment by their attackers.

Some law enforcement officials have interpreted the statute as applying to any victim, as well as to law enforcement officers being entitled to privacy and having their identity protected.

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Corey Arwood is a breaking news reporter for TCPalm. Follow Corey on Twitter @coreyarwood, or reach him by phone at 772-978-2246.


'Road rage' on I-95 in Fort Pierce ends in 1 man's death, another facing murder charge

ST. LUCIE COUNTY  — Witnesses to a fatal crash on Interstate 95 in Fort Pierce state troopers said was the result of "road rage," described a pickup “viciously turning and barreling" into a motorcycle, sending the rider flying after hitting a guardrail.

The Monday afternoon crash on southbound I-95 near Okeechobee Road killed Alexander Boothby, 26, and led to a second-degree murder charge for Zachary Feddersen, 25, of Port St. Lucie, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. FHP did not indicate Boothby's residence.

Troopers and Assistant State Attorney Brian Workman who interviewed Feddersen at the Fort Pierce Highway Patrol station after he waived his right to talk with a lawyer, said in the report that Feddersen used his pick-up as a weapon to strike Boothby at highway speeds.

Just before 4 p.m. that day, Feddersen was driving a green Ford pickup south of Okeechobee Road in the interstate’s middle lane as Boothby on a black motorcycle drove into the left-hand lane alongside him, Trooper Nelson Tineo wrote in his report.

Tineo and other highway patrol officers spoke with at least three people who said they saw Feddersen’s pickup veer suddenly into Boothby as his motorcycle aligned with Feddersen's driver-side.

The witnesses said Feddersen jerked the wheel into the bike without applying the brakes, then turned into the bike. Both vehicles went into the left guardrail where Boothby flew off the bike.

The truck nearly overturned because of the degree of the sharp turn Feddersen made when he appeared to go “out of his way” to hit the motorcycle, Tineo said in his report.

Two of those questioned said Feddersen did not attempt to check on the seriously injured and unresponsive motorcyclist but instead talked on his phone and waited on law enforcement officers to arrive.

Feddersen told troopers the crash followed a series of exchanges between himself and the motorcyclist since traveling on Kings Highway in St. Lucie County.

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He said he saw the motorcycle passing through lanes of traffic to reach the front of the line at a red light, so he made a hand gesture at him as he passed him on the I-95 turn ramp, according to the report.

Feddersen said Boothby struck his mirror on the interstate, startling him.

One of the witnesses troopers spoke with said he saw Boothby punch, or tap the truck’s rear taillight as he drove near the truck on I-95.

The next thing Feddersen said he remembered was being in the grass off the road, Tineo wrote in his report.

Feddersen said he had been on the phone with his mother prior to the incident.

Feddersen was charged with second-degree murder, which indicates a killing without premeditation.

He was booked into St. Lucie County Jail  early Tuesday. St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office records show he remained in jail on $150,000 bail Thursday.

Corey Arwood is a breaking news reporter for TCPalm. Follow Corey on Twitter @coreyarwood, or reach him by phone at 772-978-2246.


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