Were You Seriously Injured While Walking Or Bicycling In South Florida?

By the very nature of these modes of transportation, bicycle riders, motorcyclists and pedestrians are unprotected and therefore vulnerable to motorists driving carelessly on our South Florida surface streets and busy freeways.

This vulnerability often translates to catastrophic injury to brain and spinal cord, scarring and disfigurement, paralysis, amputation and the need for long-term, expensive, medical treatment.

Were you struck by a negligent, distracted or drunk driver on a highway shoulder, at an intersection or in a crosswalk? Are you left with nothing but hardship — physical, emotional and financial?

At Levine, Busch & Schnepper, P.A., our experienced Miami and Fort Lauderdale personal injury attorneys will fight to help you regain your health and return your life to normal.

And our careful guidance doesn't stop there. We actively advocate for you before the insurance companies representing the careless driver who started your problems in the first place. If the insurer is uncooperative during discussions toward a just financial settlement, we will not hesitate to be your strong voice in the courtroom.

During our lawyers' more than 125 years of combined trial experience, we have handled thousands of motor vehicle accident cases just like yours. We use the facts of your case to connect with juries who relate to the needs of unprotected bicyclists, motorcyclists, passengers and pedestrians.

Contact Levine, Busch & Schnepper, P.A., About Your Bicycle Accident Or Pedestrian Injury

Bring your side of the story to our law firm so we can discuss your potential claim in a free initial consultation. Call us at 786-724-2554 or stay online to relate the details of your accident in an email. Home and hospital visits, as well as Spanish, French and Creole language translation assistance, are available upon request. The contingency fee basis for our work means that you owe no legal fees unless we obtain compensation and benefits on your behalf.