The Law Offices of Paul J. Healy is a private legal practice that has been serving Jacksonville residents for the past three decades. The firm's attorney, Paul J. Healy, represents individuals who are involved in motorcycle accidents. Healy also defends clients who are victims of other accidents involving cars, trucks, and commercial vehicles. In addition, he handles other personal injury cases and assists in obtaining financial compensation for damages and losses. He also drafts and prepares living wills, powers of attorneys, and trusts.
However, when you or someone you love, finds that even the best of prevention has failed, it is important that you follow these steps right away:
Whether a rider is wearing a helmet and other protective gear (boots, jacket, gloves, etc.), he or she may sustain serious injuries in a collision. These may include:
If you have sustained an injury or lost a loved one in a motorcycleaccident, you may be able to recover compensation through a motorcycleaccident lawsuit. Stay informed by completing our free casereview form today.
Any motorcycle accident can cause serious harm to a rider. Even if a motorcyclist is wearing a helmet (which is not required in Florida for riders over the age of 21 who have proper insurance coverage), he or she may sustain life-threatening injuries in a crash. Even a low-speed collision can cause severe abrasions, broken bones, head trauma and other injuries.
Stackhouse Law represents clients who have been in motorcycle accidents. It helps injured individuals and grieving families by fighting for fair compensation to cover their medical bills, property damage, physical injuries, and emotional distress caused by the negligence of others. The law firm also handles cases involving wrongful death, slips and falls, and catastrophic injuries. Stackhouse Law was founded in 2021 and founder Brad Stackhouse has been part of over a thousand personal injury claims throughout his legal career.
At this point, you should also begin collecting evidence for your case. You will need evidence to prove fault and to prove the extent of your injuries. Our attorneys can help you collect relevant paperwork for your accident file. That file should include: