The Federal Highway Authority reports that there are more than 2,000 injuries each year in New Jersey motorcycle crashes. It stands to reason that if you are involved in a motorcycle crash, you will likely suffer serious injuries.
If you, or someone you know, have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Monmouth County, NJ, speak with a motorcycle accident lawyer who understands motorcycle crashes and has considerable knowledge about the nuances of motorcycle insurance guidelines. Andrew Prince Esq. has helped hundreds of people injured in motorcycle accidents receive compensation they deserve to help pay for medical bills and lost wages.
Monmouth County, NJ is home to much of the iconic Jersey Shore, including the famous towns of Asbury Park, Long Branch, Belmar, Bradley Beach and Sandy Hook. Residents and vacationers alike take to Monmouth County highways causing congestion and potentially dangerous driving conditions for motorcycle riders.
Motorcycle Crash Facts:
You have a responsibility to be aware of other vehicles on the roadway, as much as they should be aware of motorcycles sharing the roads.
Whether you are headed to the shore via Routes 34, 35, 138 or 195, or just passing through on your way north to New York City or south to Atlantic City on the Garden State Parkway, Routes 9 or 18, you are bound to come across motorists who fail to properly share the roads with motorcyclists.
If you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident in Monmouth County, NJ, call lawyer Andrew Prince Esq. He will fight for you and get you the compensation you deserve for your medical bills, lost wages and more. Email or call today for a free, no obligation consultation: 1-800-TEAM-LAW. Andrew Prince fights hard for motorcycle crash victims in Monmouth County, NJ.
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