Articles Tagged with Fort Myers motorcycle accident attorney

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It was December when the 20-year-old young man from Tallahassee had just plunked down a down payment for his first motorcycle. He had some previous experience on the bike and was ready to commit to being a responsible bike owner himself. The bike was so new, in fact, he was on his way to the insurance office to obtain coverage when the motorcycle accident happened. motorcycle1

According to The Tallahassee Democrat, the driver behind the wheel of that Dial-A-Ride bus pleaded no contest in connection with the crash. A judge found her guilty of failure to yield to oncoming traffic with serious bodily injury to the victim.  According to records, the bus driver for the service, which offers curb-to-curb pick-up for the elderly and those with disabilities, was making a left turn when she struck the young motorcyclist.

The same day she was adjudicated in court and her license was suspended for 90 days, she was assigned to other duties at the service – but not fired. In fact, the driver has a history of preventable collisions while driving city buses – seven total going back to 1998. Among those cases, reporters noted:

  • Striking a Honda Civic in 2006;
  • Slamming into the mirror of a parked sport utility vehicle;
  • Rear-ending another vehicle in 2012.

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Cape Coral Bike Night is coming this weekend, Saturday, Feb. 13th from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Attorneys for the Injured, are proud sponsors of this lively event.harley

Held quarterly, the first event this year takes place the day before Valentine’s Day, with the Cape Coral Parks and Recreation serving as organizers.

Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts will come roaring into the Cape to enjoy raging rock and rowdy country music from live bands. They wolf down fiery food and ice cold drinks and bond with other bikers. It’s also a great opportunity to check out all the latest biker products, gear and, including helmets and other critical safety equipment.  Continue reading →