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In a Motorcycle Accident? Call Attorney Andrew Prince

Putting Riders in Middlesex County, NJ First

All you wanted to do was enjoy the open road on your motorcycle. You were minding your own business, obeying the rules of the road. In the blink of an eye, you are face down on the pavement and the pain is unimaginable. You will likely be facing huge medical bills, time off work to recuperate and possible lost wages, depending on your short term disability insurance.

Sometimes, those involved in motorcycle crashes in Middlesex County, New Jersey pay the ultimate price. In September 2013, a 69-year-old Monroe Township motorcyclist died after being hit on West Front Street by a car. If you or someone you love has been involved in a motorcycle accident, contact motorcycle accident lawyer Andrew Prince. Esq. He will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve.

Federal Highway Authority: NJ Motorcycle Crash Statistics are Harrowing

  • More than 375 motorcyclists died on New Jersey roadways between 2003 and 2007
  • Approximately 2,500 motorcycles are involved in crashes each year in NJ
  • If you are in a motorcycle accident in NJ, chances are better than 75 percent that you will suffer a serious injury

It can’t be said often enough: NJ motorcyclists must be properly insured. Your auto insurance policy, in most situations, will not cover you in case of a motorcycle accident! Contact experienced motorcycle accident lawyer Andrew Prince, Esq. today for a free review of your motorcycle insurance policy at 732-388-5454.

Andrew Prince Is Passionate About Representing the Motorcyclists in Middlesex County, NJ

The rules of the road must be obeyed for all motorists in New Jersey. Speed limit signs, right-of-ways and traffic signals are a few of the many guidelines set forth by the NJ Division of Motor Vehicles to maintain order on the roadways in Middlesex County, NJ.

He is a member of several motorcycling organizations in New Jersey and is dedicated to representing those riders hurt in motorcycle accidents in the Garden State. He understands the nuances of motorcycle insurance laws and is ready to put his expertise and knowledge to work for you or someone you love who has been injured in a motorcycle crash in Middlesex County, NJ.

Call Motorcycle Accident Attorney Andrew Prince

Middlesex County, NJ is a congested region where major roadways like New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, or Routes 1, 9, 18, and 27 link popular communities such as New Brunswick, Edison, Woodbridge and Old Bridge. If you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident in Middlesex County, you need a motorcycle injury attorney who will fight for you and get you the compensation you deserve.

We invite you to contact Andrew Prince, Esq. for a free, no obligation consultation. He will work tirelessly to get you the compensation you deserve to pay for medical bills, lost wages and more. Contact or call him today at 1-800-TEAM-LAW. Andrew Prince fights hard for motorcycle accident victims in Middlesex County, NJ.

Serving the following cities and towns:

  • New Brunswick
  • East Brunswick
  • Old Bridge
  • Piscataway
  • South Plainfield
  • Edison
  • Woodbridge
  • Perth Amboy
  • Monroe
  • Sayreville
  • Carteret
  • South River
  • Plainsboro

Top Safety Tips Seasoned Motorcyclists Swear By

A lack of riding experience is one of the most common indicators of motorcycle accidents. But, you can’t gain riding experience without taking the risk and spending time on the road. That’s why we have compiled a list of the top safety tips that seasoned riders swear by. Motorcycle Safety Tips Ride with other motorcyclists:[…]

The Insurance Company Denied My Motorcycle Accident Claim. Now What?

Many motorcyclists rely on their insurance claims to help them cover the cost of damages after an accident. It’s not uncommon, though, for insurance companies to deny a motorcycle accident claim. Reviewing some of the most common reasons that insurance companies deny claims – and what you can do about it – can help you[…]

Lessons Learned: Social Media Mistakes to Avoid After a Motorcycle Accident

When an insurance company learns that you are making a claim for personal injuries following an accident, it will begin to do its search for any public information about you that you may not even know about. Twitter or Facebook will show you are vacationing in Costa Rica and zip lining through the jungle, gym exercising[…]

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

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