Motorcycle riders love the feeling of the open road and count the minutes until their next ride. Car and bus drivers often feel they are forced to share the road with motorcyclists. The two populations agree on little when it comes to transportation, except that accidents involving motorcycles can be disastrous in more ways than one.
If you or someone you know has been injured in a motorcycle crash in Routes 80, 202, 10, 46, 287 or any other roadway in Morris County, NJ you deserve a lawyer on your side who understands motorcycle crashes in New Jersey, especially Morris County, and can help get you compensated for your mounting medical bills and lost wages if you can’t work while recuperating.
Most motorcycle riders do everything in their power to be safe on the road. They wear protective gear and share the road appropriately with other vehicles. Other motorists are not as generous. In fact, according to the Federal Highway Authority, more than two-thirds of motorcycles accidents occur when the driver of the other vehicle doesn’t see the motorcycle.
If you were in a motorcycle accident where you believe the driver of the other vehicle to be at fault, you may be able to be compensated for your injuries. Talk to motorcycle accident attorney Andrew Prince if you believe your accident was caused by:
Andrew Prince Esq. fights for motorcyclists in Morris County, NJ; he has won millions of dollars in settlements to pay for medical bills, lost wages and more. He has worked for over 25 years on behalf of bikers, like you, who were needlessly injured in accidents on New Jersey roadways.
Injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash in Parsippany, Whippany, Morristown, Mendham or any other town in Morris County, NJ, can be life-long and wreak havoc on your ability to perform your job and enjoy any quality of life. Worse yet, for those who pay the ultimate price in a motorcycle accident, their families deserve to be compensated for pain, suffering and more.
Contact Andrew Prince Esq. today for a free initial consultation to discuss your Morris County, NJ motorcycle accident case. Call 1-800-TEAM-LAW. When necessary he will come to you, meeting with accident victims at home or in a healthcare facility.
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