Riding on the open road is a thrilling experience. However, the most serious vehicle accidents in New Jersey involve motorcycles. To get compensation for pain and suffering, permanent injuries, medical bills and lost wages, you need the help of a leading Gloucester County lawyer.
If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle crash in Deptford, Franklin, Woodbury, Glassboro, Monroe or any other Gloucester NJ location, you need a lawyer who works with the community of motorcycle riders and who understands the complexities of NJ insurance law. You need a skilled lawyer, like motorcycle accident attorney Andrew Prince, who has fought for many people injured in a motorcycle accident.
It’s important to have the appropriate type and amount of insurance for your motorcycle. Andrew Prince offers a free insurance evaluation (whether you’ve been in an accident or not) and he will advise you on the proper protection.
New Jersey insurance options are hard to understand. Automobile drivers have to figure the benefits of fault vs. no fault? Which cars to cover? Motorcycle owners have even more confusing choices and requirements. When you’ve been hurt in an accident, you need a lawyer who will explain which insurance provisions apply to your situation so you can be compensated quickly.
Andrew Prince, Esq. knows New Jersey motorcycle insurance law. He’ll explain to you which insurance companies pay and how much coverage applies.
There are many Gloucester County roads where an accident can happen: Interstate 295, the New Jersey Turnpike; US Routes 40, 130 and 322, State Routes 41, 42, 45, 47, 55, 77, 168 and 324 and many local county roads. When you’ve been hurt on one of the roads, you need an experienced attorney with a record of success, a record speaking on motorcycle issues and whose clients recommend him.
Andrew Prince, Esq. knows how and why accidents happen.
You deserve a skilled experienced motorcycle lawyer when you’ve been injured or a loved one has been killed in a Gloucester County motorcycle accident. Call Andrew Prince now for a free consultation at 800-TEAM-LAW, or fill out our contact form. He’ll meet you at your location if mobility is an issue for you.
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