Riding a motorcycle on the open road brings a wonderful feeling of freedom. However, there are few types of accidents than can be more serious, and often more deadly, than a motorcycle accident. Premier motorcycle lawyer Andrew Prince helps people injured in motorcycle accidents in Bergen County, New Jersey, get compensated for their medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.
If you or a loved one was hurt while riding in Hackensack, East Rutherford, Paramus, Teaneck, Tenafly or anywhere in Bergen County, NJ, you need a motorcycle lawyer who knows the relevant laws and who works with those who ride motorcycles on a regular basis. Andrew Prince, an experienced motorcycle crash lawyer, is on your side. He has assisted many riders who have been in motorcycle accidents and has won millions of dollars in settlements on their behalf.
The laws on insurance for car drivers are tough to understand. Fault vs. No-fault? Limited tort vs. full tort? For motorcycle owners and riders, they can even be more difficult because accidents typically involve a car and a motorcycle. When you have an accident, you want to be able to get back on the road and back to your life quickly.
Attorney Andrew Prince understands how and why motorcycle crashes happen. He is extremely knowledgeable about motorcycle insurance and wants to make sure all riders are insured to the maximum amount allowed by New Jersey law. He invites all bike riders to contact him for a free, fast review of their current insurance policies. He knows the relevant insurance laws for motorcycles and car owners. He will work with you to process your claims before the right insurance company so you can get the full benefits you deserve.
Please contact Andrew Prince for a free consult about your NJ motorcycle coverage as soon as possible. Many New Jersey riders don’t have the proper insurance coverage. He’ll explain how you can become adequately protected.
If you or a loved one was hurt while riding on NJ Turnpike (I-95), the Garden State Parkway, Palisades Parkway, Interstates 80 and 287, US Highways 9, 9W, 46, 202 or any state or Bergen County roads, you need a lawyer who knows the ins and outs of motorcycle accident law. Andrew Prince has been representing personal injury motorcycle crash victims for more than 25 years.
He works directly with the New Jersey motorcycle community and he’s a member of several motorcycle organizations: the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), American Bikers Aimed toward Education (ABATE) and he is proud of his affiliation as a board member of Rider Education of New Jersey, Inc.
If your or someone you know has been killed or hurt in a motorcycle crash in Bergen County, NJ, you need a New Jersey lawyer who has the experience needed to properly pursue your case. Andrew Prince understands how motorcycle accidents happen. This know-how permits him to prepare winning and effective legal and factual arguments. Call him for a free consult at 800-TEAM-LAW or contact him online. He will come to your location, if necessary.
Don’t suffer in silence. Get the compensation you deserve. Call motorcycle accident lawyer Andrew Prince today.
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