Motorcyclists love to ride for many reasons and the beautiful roadways of Cape May, New Jersey provide riders with the perfect backdrop. However, a motorcycle crash can leave riders with extensive, often severe, injuries that can prohibit someone from getting to and from work.
As a leader in NJ motorcycle accident law, Andrew Prince helps those injured as a result of a motorcycle crash get the recovery for pain and suffering, medical bills and lost wages.
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If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle crash in Avalon, Ocean City, Stone Harbor, Wildwood or anywhere in Cape May County, NJ, you need a lawyer who works with the motorcycle community and who knows the ins and outs of NJ motorcycle insurance laws. Andrew Prince, Esq., an experienced and successful Cape May County NJ motorcycle accident attorney, is on your side. His has helped many motorcycle accident victims like yourself or a loved one.
Motorcycle riders need specific insurance in the State of New Jersey. Most of the time, your automobile insurance will not be sufficient to cover you in case of an accident. However, motorcycle injury attorney Andrew Prince understands why motorcycle accidents happen and can help make sure your motorcycle insurance policy will cover you in case of a crash. In fact, he invites you to contact him for a free, fast evaluation of your current insurance policy. He’ll explain your insurance options and how you can best protect yourself.
Andrew Prince knows New Jersey motor vehicle insurance laws. He will be able to steer you through the laws, the terms of your policy and the policy of the vehicle(s) in your accident — to get you the benefits you deserve.
If you were hurt in a motorcycle crash traveling on US Route 9, NJ Routes 47, 49, 109, 162, a local county road like Tyler Road or any other Cape May County road, you need an attorney who has a record of success and who is a recognized speaker on motorcycle matters. Andrew Prince has been representing motorcyclists for over 25 years and has obtained millions of dollars in settlements for motorcyclists injured in crashes.
He was named a NJ Premier Super Lawyer for 2013, and is a member of ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Toward Education), the AMA (American Motorcyclist Association), and is also on the board of directors of Rider Education of New Jersey, Inc.
Andrew Prince knows how and why motorcycle crashes happen. This know-how enables him to present winning arguments to insurance companies, judges and juries. He knows that 70 percent of all motorcycle accidents happen in intersections because auto drivers fail to look for or even see the motorcycle.
If you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident in Cape May County, NJ or anywhere in South Jersey, or if you have lost a loved one to injuries suffered in a crash, you need an experienced and successful motorcycle accident attorney who will work for you. You can call 1-800-TEAM-LAW or email him directly. If necessary, he will arrange to meet you outside of his office.
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