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Los Angeles Scooter Injury Lawyers

Scooter injury attorney in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Scooter Injury Lawyers of Bisnar Chase have been winning compensation for victims who have suffered physically and emotionally due to a manufacturers negligence. Users of motorized scooters have found themselves in the emergency room and have been left with not only severe injuries but also hefty medical bills along with lost wages.

The law firm of Bisnar Chase has held a 96% success rate for over 40 years and are determined to win even the toughest of cases.

If you or someone you know has endured pain and suffering from a scooter accident contact the law firm of Bisnar Chase. Upon your call, you will be immediately connected to one of our highly-skilled legal team members. Contact the Los Angeles scooter injury attorneys of Bisnar Chase at 323-238-4683 and receive a free consultation.

You don't have to pay out-of-pocket for someone else's carelessness, call now.

What is a Motorized Scooter?

There are a wide variety of electric scooters which are comprised of bikes, motorcycles or electric-kick scooters. Scooter rental companies such as "Bird" have accumulated millions of dollars in revenue due to accessibility. The motorized scooters that are available for rent in beach areas such as Santa Monica, California are accompanied by a phone app which allows you to find a scooter company near you.

The phone app also unlocks the scooter for riding usage. The "Bird" scooter cost is $1 dollar to rent and it 15 cents per minute to ride. Motorized scooter companies have claimed that this product makes transportation simpler and also gives an environmentally friendly option for short-distance commuters.

3 Common Types of Scooter Injuries in Los Angeles

Motorized scooters such as "Bird" scooters can go up to 15 mph and without a helmet or any safety gear can have serious consequences. Not only that but without proper driving laws instilled many motorized scooter users have endured severe bodily harm due to being struck by a vehicle. Below are the three most common kinds of injuries that are experienced in scooter incidents.

Head Injury:

Each year over 1.7 million people experience traumatic brain injuries. Recreational activities account for 21% percent of the brain trauma that has been reported. Scooters do not provide any protection and leave riders vulnerable on the street.

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Motorized scooter brand, "Bird Scooters" has gained notoriety for many users being involved in dangerous instances. Riders have suffered from catastrophic head injuries and have accumulated various kinds of head trauma such as concussions.

Broken Bones:

"Bird" scooters having defective brake systems have caused riders to break multiple bones. Users in Santa Monica, in particular, have reportedly had many broken bones and the scooters have led to many people flying into dangerous intersections. Not only are the brakes on a "Bird" scooter have been unreliable but the instantaneous acceleration is also an issue riders face. By-standers or pedestrians have undergone injuries due to collisions as well. If you have been a victim of a scooter collision the Los Angeles Scooter Injury Lawyers of Bisnar Chase are here to provide you with quality legal representation. Call 323-238-4683 for a free case analysis.

Paralysis:

The loss of sensation or movement of all muscles or specific muscles are symptoms of being paralyzed. What causes a person to be paralyzed can range from having a genetic disorder or experiencing damage to the spinal cord. If a scooter rider endures spinal cord trauma from being hit by a vehicle and the cause was due to a malfunction in the scooter then more than likely liability for the accident will fall on the scooter manufacturer.

Electric Scooter Accidents in Los Angeles

Brands such as "Bird" have become a staple in Los Angeles specifically in beach cities such as Santa Monica. Unfortunately, there have been many mishaps with the scooter itself and also many injuries.

The Washington Post reported that Santa Monica law enforcement took issue with the new self-transportation.

“These scooters literally just began showing up on our streets last fall, the challenge is that they decided to launch first and figure it out later. People have been riding on these scooters for months without helmets, with young people on them, so there’s a sense of this is how they’re meant to be ridden,” stated Santa Monica deputy city manager and director of policy Anju Gupta.

Just in a few months after the release of the "Bird" scooter the Santa Monica police department had made 97 citations and officers responded to over eight accidents.

City officials have stated that their main concern is to ensure the safety of the scooter riders.

Santa Monica Mayor Ted Winterer shared “Nothing would make me happier than to have them out there operating legally and safely with the appropriate permits. It’s just a matter of talking; talk helps a lot.”


Bird scooters have been appearing all over Southern California and have not only been infamous for their accessibility but also for their dangerous malfunctions. The Los Angeles scooter injury attorneys of Bisnar Chase will win you the compensation you need after a scooter accident.

Los Angeles Scooter Safety Regulations

The abundance of scooter collisions had not only taken place in Los Angeles beach areas but also in downtown regions in Los Angeles as well. The L.A. Department of Transportation took the initiative to introduce a "one-year test program" to regulate the number of scooters and bikes that would be allowed in the city.

The initiative would only allow a maximum of 2,500 self-transportation vehicles within city boundaries.

University campuses had also taken safety measures to limit the usage of scooters in certain areas of the school. The Daily Burn revealed that there has been numerous accounts of students riding scooters running into pedestrians.

University Police Officer Kevin Dodd said that the regulations are set in place to bring awareness of the proper usage of scooters.

"Students are dismissing all the rules and regulations they’re supposed to read before they ride them. We don’t want to cite. We want to get out here and educate," Dodd stated.

Campus Police Officers had also enforced students to wear helmets when operating a scooter.


Free Consultations for Accident Victims

Riding a scooter should not be dangerous and the injury attorneys of Bisnar Chase believe that if that becomes the result, manufacturers should pay for the outcome.

Our mission at Bisnar Chase is to provide you exceptional legal representation. We will be with you each step of the way to keep you aware of what is happening in your case. Since 1978, the Los Angeles Scooter Injury Lawyers of Bisnar Chase has compassionately been helping victims gain the compensation they deserve to get their lives back.

When you call 323-238-4683 you will automatically earn a free consultation.

You do not have to face these negligent manufacturers alone.

Contact the law offices of Bisnar Chase now.

Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys
6701 Center Drive West, 14th Fl.
Los Angeles CA 90045
(323) 238-4683


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