One minute you are living a carefree lifestyle — cruising down the open road, bathed in sunlight as you rev the engine on your hog — and the next minute, a tragic motorcycle accident leaves you without the ability to open or close your hand.
One man experienced it and for it he won a record $44.9 million lawsuit for a 2006 motorcycle crash that left him paralyzed and killed the driver of the car who hit him. It took almost three years, but this man will come away from this painful experiences with one of the biggest lawsuit winnings in American history.
Our paralysis lawyers know that no amount of money can replace the void that comes from living with paralysis. A motorcycle accident can cause severe spinal cord injuries that reduce or take away an injured person’s ability to move or feel their body like they used to.
On October 22, 2006, the man in this case got into a motorcycle accident when a woman– who was behind the wheel of her Chervrolet Corvett — crashed into him near Cape Coral, Florida. The woman experienced a wrongful death from the accident and was 45-years-old when she died.
Motorcycle groups have been trying to raise funds for the surviving motorcyclist and his daughter since the accident to pay for his cost of living, which has gone up since he became paralyzed. Hopefully now, with the settlement breaking records, he can take care of his paralysis treatments, as well as his family.
The experienced paralysis lawyers who work at our firm know that no amount of money can ever compensate for a life-changing personal injury that leaves someone paralyzed. However, it is our job to make sure that if you are paralyzed, you get the compensation you deserve so that you can get the medical treatment that you need.
If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident and suffered a spinal cord injury or paralysis we urge you to contact our bilingual offices as soon as possible following the accident at 1-858-551-2090 or please click here for a free consultation with an experienced paralysis lawyer. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you owe us nothing until we recover money on your behalf.