A motorcycle is an efficient and enjoyable way to get around and travel to work or school, and to enjoy the freedom of the open road. That said, motorcycle riders must remain vigilantly aware of the dangers they face from other drivers and always be on alert to try to avoid an accident.
If you were injured in a motorcycle accident in Medford or a neighboring area, contact us for help. We accept cases throughout the state of New Jersey.
He was a calming and confident presence in court and always explained the process well. I was represented better than I could have ever imagined.- Christopher M.
Even the most experienced rider can suffer serious or catastrophic injuries if unable to avoid a collision. When the bike is hit, the rider is thrown onto the roadway, with little to no protection. The injuries sustained may leave a motorcyclist severely injured, requiring extensive life-saving medical intervention. In the most tragic cases, the injuries are fatal. If you or a loved on has been injured in a motorcycle accident caused by another driver, you have the right to seek full and fair compensation by filing a claim or lawsuit.
The types of damages pursued in a motorcycle collision case include:
- Economic Damages: These damages are the financial losses associated with the accident, including the cost of medical treatment and care, lost wages, reduced earning capacity, future estimated financial losses, and all other hard costs.
- Non-Economic Damages: Often the largest portion of a settlement or jury verdict, these damages reflect the pain and suffering, emotional anguish, and other very personal losses suffered by a victim of negligent driving.
Attorney Steven Ellman is an accomplished trial attorney with 35 years of experience. His approach is personalized to match the needs of the individual, as every case has unique facts, circumstances, and consequences suffered by the victim. For a talented attorney who is compassionate, dedicated, and who will demand justice and full compensation, contact our firm today.
Call us for a free case evaluation at (609) 293-4556.