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What To Do When Injured in a Motorcycle Accident

What To Do When Injured in a Motorcycle Accident

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A motorcycle accident is a traumatic experience.   It can be hard to understand what happened and how it impacts your future and to plan your next steps when you are hurt.   However, decisions do need to be made quickly to protect your physical and financial recoveries.

Accordingly, It Is Important to Keep These Things in Mind.

Whether you have already been in a motorcycle accident or you are worried about being in one, it is important to know. . .

About New Jersey Motorcycle Laws.

New Jersey law requires every motorcyclist to have a license, it requires bikes to have certain features and it requires certain things of riders when they are on the road.   As a rider, it is important to find out what is required before you are ticketed for noncompliance with a state law or before you are hurt in a crash.

What Kind Of Insurance You Are Required to Purchase as a New Jersey Rider.

Motorcycles are motor vehicles and, thus, motorcyclists must carry at least the state mandated minimum insurance for liability, property damage and injuries.   Additionally, motorcyclists must purchase maximum insurance for uninsured/underinsurance motorist coverage to more fully protect their financial vulnerability if an accident occurs.   Please read all my articles about motorcycle insurance on this website.

How To Get A Copy of a Police Report After a New Jersey Motorcycle Crash.

Any time you are involved in a collision that results in property damage or bodily injury, it is important to contact the police.   The state or local police will respond, depending on where your accident occurred.   After the police help everyone get the medical attention they need and secure the accident area to prevent further crashes, they will investigate your accident.   A report will be written.   You have the right to get a copy of the report and it is important that you do so.

How To Deal With Insurance Adjusters After a Motorcycle Accident.

Insurance adjusters want to pay you as little as possible for your motorcycle accident claim —- even if you were not at fault for causing the crash.   Anything that you say to an adjuster can be used against you during settlement negotiations, so it is important to know what you should and should not say and do when dealing with an adjuster after a crash.   So why not hire an experienced motorcycle attorney?   You are making a mistake not to at least receive a free consultation to hear about your rights.

That There Is A Bias Against Riders That You Need to Overcome.

Many people believe that riders are often at fault for crashes.   However, studies suggest that other drivers more likely to cause motorcycle accidents.   It is important to be treated fairly and to have your accident investigated without bias if you have been hurt.   This is another reason to seek a free legal consultation with an experienced motorcycle attorney.


It is important to know everything about your rights and about what you should do after a motorcycle crash.   Call me, Andrew S. Prince, an experienced motorcycle attorney who is ready to help you.   The information you will receive is free and priceless.   You can contact me at (800) 832-6529 or at (732) 388-5454 or 1-800-TEAM-LAW or email me at

Andrew S. Prince, Esq.


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