Motorcycle accidents like the double fatality in Carney’s Point in June of 2013 are not uncommon in Salem County, NJ. In fact, motorcycle crashes – especially ones that end in serious injury or death – are on the rise in New Jersey. In this particular accident, five motorcycles were traveling on US Route 40 near Courses Landing Road. Two corrections officers from South Woods State Prison crashed into a car and a third suffered non-life threatening injuries in the incident.
Oftentimes, people involved in motorcycle accidents are not so lucky. Serious, sometimes lifelong injuries are sustained in motorcycle accidents across the county and in NJ every year. If you, or someone you love, have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Salem County, NJ, speak to experienced motorcycle accident lawyer Andrew Prince, Esq. He will work hard on your behalf to get you compensated for pain, suffering, lost wages and medical bills arising from your accident.
Andrew Prince has spent his career working with and representing motorcycle riders across the State of New Jersey. He stays current on all motorcycle laws and knows the ins and outs of motorcycle insurance. He understands the how and why motorcycle accidents occur and is prepared to put the full force of his experience and knowledge to work for you.
Andrew Prince, well-versed in all areas of motorcycle insurance, invites all riders and motorcycle owners to call him for a free and fast review of your current insurance policy. In minutes, he can let you know if you have adequate protection and advise you about making any necessary changes to make sure you have the maximum coverage allowed under NJ law.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident on the New Jersey Turnpike, Routes 40 or 45 or Salem Woodstown Road, you deserve an experienced and skilled motorcycle injury attorney on your side.
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. Call 1-800-TEAM-LAW or fill out the contact form. Andrew Prince fights hard for motorcycle crash victims in Salem County, NJ.
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