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Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Atlantic County, NJ

Speak with Andrew Prince if You Were Injured in Atlantic County, NJ

In the mind of an avid motorcycle rider, there are few things better than taking a ride along the roads and trails of the Jersey Shore. However, a serious accident can turn a beautiful ride into a nightmare.

If you or someone you know has been the victim of a motorcycle crash in South Jersey, you need an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer in Atlantic County, NJ. Andrew Prince, Esq. has won millions of dollars in settlements on behalf of motorcycle crash victims, like you, to pay for medical bills and lost wages.

Motorcycle Crashes are Serious Business

  • Bike riders are five times more likely to be hurt than riders in other vehicles
  • Two-thirds of motorcycle crashes are caused by the driver of the other vehicle
  • The odds of dying in a motorcycle crash are 26 more than in any other vehicle accident.

Motorcycle accidents do happen in Atlantic City, Egg Harbor, Galloway, Hamilton Township, Mays Landing and other Atlantic County roads. If you’re the victim in an Atlantic County or NJ motorcycle crash, you need the help of a lawyer who has a strong relationship with the motorcycle rider community and one who knows the ins and outs of the insurance laws. Andrew Prince has decades of experience helping New Jersey riders and passengers, like you, who have been hurt in a motorcycle accident

Insurance Laws for Motorcycles: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Automobile insurance coverage, in most cases, will not help you if you have been in a motorcycle crash. It’s imperative that all motorcycle riders and owners have the maximum amount of motorcycle insurance coverage allowed by New Jersey law. Call Andrew Prince today for a free review of your current insurance policy. He will make sure that you will be protected if you should ever have an accident.

Been Injured in a Motorcycle Accident in Atlantic County?

Call Attorney Andrew Prince for a Free Consultation Today

Motorcycle crashes can happen on any Atlantic County roadway including County Roads from 601 to 697, the Atlantic City Expressway, the White Horse Pike, the Black Horse Pike and other highways. If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle accident on any of these Atlantic County NJ roads, speak to a lawyer who is passionate about representing and protecting the rights of motorcycle riders in New Jersey.

For over 25 years, he was been an avid proponent of motorcycle safety is a member of several motorcycle organizations including ABATE and the American Motorcyclist Administration. He is most proud of his association with Rider Education of New Jersey, Inc., where he is on the board of directors.

Contact New Jersey Motorcycle Attorney Andrew Prince

Motorcycle accidents are different than automobile accidents. Andrew Prince is extremely knowledgeable about why motorcycle crashes occur. Email or call today for a free initial consultation with Andrew Prince at 1-800-TEAM LAW. This motorcycle lawyer will work hard on your behalf to get you compensated for your losses so you can concentrate on getting well and back to the open road.

Serving the following cities and towns:

  • Atlantic City
  • Absecon
  • Egg Harbor Township
  • Hammonton
  • Ventnor City
  • Margate
  • Northfield
  • Linwood
  • Somers Point
  • Brigantine
  • Hamilton Township

Review Your Member’s Health Insurance Coverage

I represent a lot of bikers who have been injured in a motorcycle accident due to the negligence of automobile and commercial drivers.  Unfortunately, most of these accidents result in excessive medical bills.  The health insurance companies who are responsible to pay for the medical care in these cases are writing policies that limit their[…]

Motorcycle Safety Checklist for Spring

Before you head out on the first ride of the year, it’s important to ensure your bike, and you, are ready to go. Motorcycle Safety Checklist Use this motorcycle safety checklist to make sure you have considered all safety precautions: Check your helmet fit: New Jersey law requires all motorcyclists to wear a Department of[…]

Taking the Bike Out For Spring? Here’s How to Avoid an Accident

The first ride of the year is right around the corner for many motorcyclists. The first ride, which refers to the first motorcycle ride of the season, can also be one of the most dangerous rides. Motorcyclists may forget the rules of the road, and when you compare this with a motorcycle that has been[…]

The Ins and Outs of Motorcycle Insurance Can Be Confusing – Andrew Prince Will Review Your Policy for Free

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