mmm / 04-16-2023 / E-Scooter Accidents

What to Do After a Florida Electric Scooter Accident

Many Floridians have seen electric scooters zipping about and strewn across the streets of Orlando and other Florida cities. While electric scooters provide a convenient method of transportation that can be fun for sightseeing, e-scooters introduce unique hazards to riders and others on the road. When operated or maintained improperly, e-scooters can cause severe accidents and devastating injuries. 

If you have been injured in a Florida e-scooter accident, our experienced personal injury attorneys are here to help. At Wooten, Kimbrough, Damaso & Dennis, we dedicate ourselves to assisting e-scooter injury victims to recover the compensation they need to cover their medical expenses and other damages. We are committed to meeting our client’s needs and meticulously tailor our approach to every case. When you partner with us, you can have peace of mind that we will handle your case with the utmost professionalism and care. 


Steps to Take After an Electric Scooter Accident 

After an accident, emotions typically run high, and many victims may feel confused and unsure of their next steps. However, your actions during the minutes, days, and weeks following your accident are critical to protecting your health, safety, and right to compensation. If you suffer an injury in an e-scooter accident, consider taking the following steps:

  • Seek immediate professional medical attention
  • Report the accident to the police
  • Exchange information with witnesses and other parties involved in the accident
  • Take photos of the accident scene, your injuries, and any vehicles involved, including e-scooters
  • Gather and organize your medical bills and other documents that show the severity of your injuries and treatment costs
  • Retain the services of a skilled personal injury attorney

An experienced personal injury attorney can conduct an independent investigation into your accident to collect essential evidence and build a strong claim on your behalf. They can also guide you through every step of Florida’s complex legal process so you can pursue justice for the losses you have endured. 


Who Can Be Held Liable in a Florida Electric Scooter Accident Claim?

E-scooter accidents can have several liable parties depending on your case’s unique circumstances. A few possible responsible parties include the following:

  • Motorists
  • E-scooter riders
  • Pedestrians
  • Government agencies responsible for road maintenance
  • E-scooter manufacturers

No two e-scooter accidents are exactly alike, and several different factors can influence who bears responsibility for your accident. In many cases, there may be more than one liable party in your accident. Regardless of the circumstances, a skilled personal injury attorney can help. At Wooten, Kimbrough, Damaso, & Dennis, our attorneys have extensive experience investigating e-scooter accidents. They will work tirelessly to uncover the cause of your accident and who may be responsible for your injuries and other losses. 


Contact an Experienced Electric Scooter Accident Attorney at Wooten, Kimbrough, Damaso & Dennis

If you have been injured in a Florida e-scooter accident, a seasoned personal injury attorney can help you pursue compensation for the full extent of your losses. At Wooten, Kimbrough, Damaso & Dennis, our team is familiar with the many causes of e-scooter injuries, and we are ready to help you fight for the justice you deserve. Our experienced attorneys have represented countless clients throughout their careers and are committed to becoming aggressive advocates for your rights and interests. 

When we take your case, you can have peace of mind that a highly-qualified legal professional is on your side. To schedule a free consultation and learn more about how we can help you, call us at (407) 843-7060 or complete our contact form today.

Disclaimer: All verdicts and settlements listed here are gross amounts before deductions for attorney fees and costs. Past results do not guarantee similar results in the future. Most cases result in a lower recovery. It should not be assumed that your case will have as beneficial a result. Before choosing a lawyer, ask for written information about the lawyer's legal qualifications and experience.