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Motorcycle accidents and bicycle accidents can cause severe injuries because the victims are always more vulnerable in accidents that involve larger motor vehicles. Any victim should be wary of pitfalls associated with bicycle and motorcycle accidents and should hire an experienced and aggressive attorney to ensure that their rights are always protected. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, we have over 25 years of experience with motorcycle accident claims and know how to get the compensation you deserve.
Motorcycle accidents can cause very serious and severe injuries that require long term medical care and rehabilitation. Our attorneys know how to pursue the highest settlements and recoveries for victims so that they can ensure proper medical coverage and security into the future.
Please contact us if you or a family member is a victim of a motorcycle accident. We are experienced in the following motorcycle accident matters:
Our attorneys hire experts trained in motorcycle accidents and will investigate through witnesses, photographs, and present law enforcement or paramedics to produce a clear understanding of the accident. We will aggressively pursue medical reimbursement, pain and suffering, and future medical costs for injuries sustained. Many motorcycles are not entitled to reimbursement and must seek other forms of compensation. Our attorneys will fight for the recovery of motorcycle victims and their families to ensure they can move forward after a traumatic accident.
To schedule an initial consultation or case evaluation with one of our lawyers, please contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC.
Yes. New Jersey requires everyone riding a motorcycle to wear a DOT-approved helmet. DOT-approved helmets are marked with a DOT stamp that certifies they meet certain safety standards.
No, it is not impossible. New Jersey has a comparative negligence rule. The rule allows some accident victims to recover partial compensation even if they were partially at fault for the accident. Your compensation award will be reduced by the degree of fault assigned to you. If you were not wearing a helmet and you would have sustained your injuries even with a helmet, the reduction in your compensation award might be minimal.
If you are physically able, you should do the following:
– Call 911 to report the accident
– Calmly speak with the officer
– Do not apologize
– Exchange contact information with the other driver and any witnesses
– Take photos of the accident scene with your smartphone
– Get medical attention regardless of whether you think you are injured
– Call a motorcycle accident lawyer who can help with filing a claim for compensation