Motorcycles are a passion for those who own them. Owners of motorcycles love the feeling of riding a motorcycle. When an accident involving a motorcycle occurs, however, there are no safety devices such as airbags to protect the bike rider. Motorcycle injuries can be disastrous and lifelong.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle crash in Mercer County, NJ you are likely suffering from serious injuries and facing medical bills. Call motorcycle accident lawyer Andrew Prince, Esq. He has successfully represented many other motorcycle accident victims, like you, and is ready to put his experienced and knowledge of the laws to work for you.
According to a recent report issued by the Governors Highway Safety Association, instances of motorcycle accidents are on the rise across the US and in New Jersey. In 2012 alone, there were several fatal motorcycle accidents in Mercer County, NJ.
Many attorneys may represent motorcyclists, but none are more experienced and focused about defending those who have been injured in motorcycle accidents in Mercer County than Andrew Prince. He will fight tirelessly on your behalf, as he has for other accident victims. Andrew Prince has successfully litigated and settled hundreds of motorcycle cases, one recently for a $1.3 million settlement.
Andrew Prince has been representing motorcyclists for more than 25 years and was named a NJ Premier SuperLawyer in 2013. He is a member of the American Motorcyclist Association and the American Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE). He is most proud of his services on the board of directors of Rider Education of New Jersey Inc.
It is illegal to operate a motorcycle in the State of New Jersey without proper insurance. Experienced motorcycle accident lawyer Andrew Prince, Esq. is well-versed in all areas of motorcycle insurance and can help you obtain your best coverage. He is offering all motorcycle owners a free review of their current insurance policies to make sure all riders are adequately protected. Call Andrew Prince today at 732-388-5454 for a free motorcycle insurance review. Once you’ve been in an accident, it’s too late to check your policy to make sure you are well protected.
If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident in Trenton, Princeton, West Windsor, Hamilton, East Windsor, Hightstown or one of the surrounding communities in Mercer County, you deserve to be represented by a knowledgeable motorcycle accident lawyer who cares about the riding community and works tirelessly to educate motorcycle riders about insurance requirements and needs.
Andrew Prince understands how motorcycle accidents happen and he is well-versed on the nuances of motorcycle-ground accidents vs. motorcycle-other vehicle contact accidents and how the laws apply to both types of incidents.
If you’ve been hurt while you were riding your motorcycle on the NJ Turnpike (I-95); the Garden State Parkway, or US routes 1, 29, 33, 130, you need a lawyer who has a track record of success in winning cases on behalf of injured motorcyclists.
We invite you to contact Andrew Prince for a free initial consultation at 1-800-TEAM LAW. He will discuss your case and determine the best way to get you compensated for pain, suffering, medical bills and lost pay associated with time off from work to recuperate from your injuries.
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