Motorcycle Accident Leaves Young Man Disabled and in Need of Help

Remington Bloch came to us after a tragic motorcycle accident that cost him his right leg. His insurance company is refusing to pay for the medical bills from his hospitalization, or the subsequent physical therapy he needs to learn to walk again.

While riding his motorcycle down a busy Fort Lauderdale street, Remington was t-boned by a car and thrown off his motorcycle. His right ankle was severed and as a result, his leg had to be amputated below the knee.

Although his family is helping him as much as they can, the medical bills are starting to pile up. Remington’s friends started a Gofundme [https://www.gofundme.com/2gthq4y4] campaign to help him pay for at least some of his expenses during this difficult time.

Remington’s positive attitude, even in the face of such a tragedy, has been a constant source of inspiration for everyone here at Kelley|Uustal. We join his friends and family in supporting Remington during this time of need.

Remington's Triumph

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