Bike Week Injuries

The Panama City Beach Motorcycle Rally (also commonly called Bike Week and Thunder Beach) occurs each spring and autumn. This incredibly popular event attracts 8,000 or more bikers to a small Florida Panhandle town.

Were You Hurt at Bike Week or Another Motorcycle Rally in Florida?

Unfortunately, bikers are hurt at every rally in accidents caused by:

  • Drivers of four-wheeled vehicles who are not paying attention
  • Cars and trucks that are speeding
  • Vehicles making illegal turns
  • Motorists and riders running red lights and stop signs
  • Distracted and drunk drivers
  • Drinking and riding

We Understand the Impact of a Bike Accident

At Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., a service-minded injury firm based in Pensacola, our lawyers and staff understand that biker injuries can change a person’s life. We have represented many injured bikers and their families.

If you or a loved one was hurt at a rally in Florida, talk to us. We can listen to what happened to you and provide you with the information you need to make solid decisions about your case.

Getting the Medical Care You Need, Getting the Compensation You Deserve

Our attorneys help injured bikers and their families get the medical care they need. We also work to obtain the injury compensation to which they are entitled for their property loss, medical expenses, pain and suffering, income loss, wrongful death and other damages.

If we represent you or one of your family members, we will work to make sure you receive the best available medical treatment and maximum compensation for your injuries.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation

Do you have questions about an accident at a Panama City Beach Motorcycle Rally? “Ask Tom,” and you will get the answers you need.

Injured in an Accident?

With over $250 Million in Verdicts and Recoveries, the Victories Just Keep on Coming.


$325,000 was awarded to a client who experienced a head-on collision resulting in serious injuries to their legs.


$1,100,000 was awarded in a workers' compensation settlement. The client was moving a heavy object resulting in permanent total disability.


$90,000 in back due benefits and ongoing payments after judge’s hearing for 45-year-old mechanic suffering from severe sleep disorder, leaving him unable to maintain any full-time employment.