Bicycle Accident Case

Orlando Bicycle Accident Lawsuit Verdicts & Settlements

Bicycle Accident Injury Case – The lawyers of the Umansky Law Firm are currently representing a client who was injured while riding his bicycle on a sidewalk in Orlando. After a thorough investigation, it was uncovered that a construction company had torn up this particular sidewalk without a permit and after its demolition had not used any type of barricade to protect the public from this dangerous condition that they had created. The client’s accident resulted in serious physical injuries to him, including a fractured arm. The lawyers at the Umansky Law Firm are currently pursuing a claim against this construction company for $2,000,000 in insurance coverage.To view more accident injury cases, visit The Umansky Law Firm’s verdicts & settlements page.

$72,000.00 Bicyclist Fell on Negligently Maintained Sidewalk
Our client was riding his bike on a sidewalk and fell off because the sidewalk was negligently maintained. As a result of his fall he suffered a broken arm. We were able to obtain a result which was over three times his medical expenses.

$125,000.00 for internal injuries from scooter accident
Mr. Umansky’ client, an English citizen who was studying in Florida, was a passenger on the back of a scooter and the driver of the scooter lost control throwing the client from the scooter. The client suffered internal injuries which required a short hospitalization. Unfortunately, the driver of the scooter did not have insurance. Despite there being no insurance, he sought compensation for his client from the driver himself. Through his perseverance, Mr. Umansky was able to successfully resolve his client’s case for $125,000.00.

Every case is unique and results will vary based on the facts of an individual case. No case results can be guaranteed. These are just a sample of the cases we have settled, tried or currently litigating. Each case has its own set of circumstances and results are so different depending on so many factors it is hard to predict what your case is truly worth until a full investigation is done.