Have you suffered an injury, or lost a loved one, due to a motorcycle accident in the state of New Jersey? If you you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation per New Jersey motorcycle accident laws. The New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyers at Flynn & Associates are capable of litigation involving motorcycle accidents. Motorcycle accident laws in New Jersey is a very specialized area of law that requires the expertise of a lawyer with a proven track record of resolving motorcycle accident cases resulting from freeway and highway accidents. Our New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyers understand that motorcyclists face unique risk challenges that automobile drivers do not have to worry about, such as icy roads, manhole covers, avoiding blind spots, etc. In many motorcycle accident cases, motorcyclists are often unseen by negligent and careless car or truck drivers and, with little or no protection, motorcyclists are prone to death or serious injuries, including:
- Back injuries
- Head injuries such as concussions, headaches and skull fractures.
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries including paralysis and disc injuries.
- Neck injuries such as whiplash.
- Bone injuries such as broken, fractured or crushed bones
- Amputated and severed limbs
- Torn ligaments, tendons and other connective tissue injuries.
- Internal injuries such as internal bleeding and organ damage.
Our New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyers fully understand the specific tort laws to help you win your motorcycle accident case. If you have been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in New Jersey, call our motorcycle accident injury attorneys toll-free at (609) 605-8825 or fill out an online contact form to receive a free consultation on your legal rights. We are experienced motorcycle accident attorneys who work on a contingency fee basis– if we are unable to win your case, you will not be charged any fees.
When a motorcycle rider is injured in an accident on the road, it can mean possible serious injuries that may develop into even more serious medical issues. Because a motorcycle rider lacks the protection that a car offers– There are no seat belts, airbags or metal chassis to protect them– the injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident on a New Jersey highway can be severe. The number of motorcycle deaths have been rising in the recent years, more than doubling by 2007 from the fatalities recorded in 1997.
Sometimes, motorcycle riders are more prone to crash injuries since they are more inclined to ride up to excessive speeds. However, more often than not, motorcycle riders face dangerous situations because braking is less stable on a motorcycle, and riders are less visible to car drivers. Motorcycle accidents can occur when another motorist on the road does not adhere to traffic guidelines or posted speed limits. In some cases, car drivers do not take the time to look for their blind spots, often leading to a collision with the motorcycle rider.
Variables that may affect the handling of a motorcycle include debris on the road, potholes, or uneven street pavement. Some of the dangerous road conditions for which a state government could be held liable include:
- Dangerous road curves without proper warning signs
- Improper drainage causing the road to become wet
- Defaced or detoriated street signs or signals
- Missing median barriers and guardrails
- No caution markings or lack of yellow lines
Common injuries suffered when a motorcycle rider hits the road include broken bones, head injury and brain trauma. When serious injuries occur, whether by a negligence driver or road issue, the injured rider should seek the legal counsel and advice of a New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyer. Our NJ motorcycle accident lawyers are well adept with New Jersey motorcycle law to help you seek just monetary compensation on your behalf. By speaking with a knowledgeable, legal professional, you can protect your rights and successfully file a motorcycle injury claim and win compensation for the pain/injuries you have suffered.
Our New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyers serve all 21 New Jersey counties including Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren County, New Jersey.
Within those counties they serve all New Jersey cities, county seats, towns, boroughs and villages such as: Atlantic City, Bayonne, Belvedere, Berlin, Brigantine, Bridgeton, Brunswick, Camden, Cape May, Cedar Grove, Cherry Hill, Clifton, Elizabeth, Flemington, Freehold, Hackensack, Hamilton Township, Hoboken, Jersey City, Margate, Marlton, Mays Landing, Morristown, Mount Holly, New Brunswick, Newark, Newton, North Bergen, Old Bridge, Passaic, Paterson, Perth-Amboy, Salem, Sayreville, Somerville, Toms River, Trenton, Union City, Woodbridge, Woodbury, Ventnor, Vineland and Voorhees, New Jersey.