Whether you’re cruising on your chopper or keeping it green during short day trips on your Zero S, there’s nothing quite like the thrill of riding a motorcycle around the mountain roads of Warren County, New Jersey. Those roads can be treacherous to motorcycle riders even when you’re following the rules of the road.
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Motorcycle crash attorney Andrew Prince Esq. has dedicated himself to providing the highest quality representation to motorcycle riders in Warren County towns such as Hope, Liberty and Phillipsburg, NJ. He understands the types of injuries your motorcycle accident may have caused, and what kind of compensation you may be entitled to for those injuries. When you want an attorney who knows the roads and the courts of Warren County, call experienced motorcycle injury attorney Andrew Prince.
Since motorcycle riders are largely unprotected from the elements and from other drivers, their injuries tend to be more severe. A collision with a car, a truck or even the ground could be potentially deadly. Many motorcycle riders suffer from:
If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident on Routes 46 or 57, Interstate 80 or more local through-ways in Warren County, such as Routes 94 or 517, you need an attorney who understands how accidents happen. From Allamuchy to White Township, from Hardwick to Pohatcong, and everywhere in between, Prince will work hard to make sure that your rights are always protected.
The laws regarding insurance coverage and liability for New Jersey motorcycle riders are complex. Like car insurance, motorcycle insurance allows you to choose among coverage options. For more than 25 years, Andrew Prince has worked with the motorcycle riding community in New Jersey. He regularly speaks about the importance of making sure riders have the maximum motorcycle insurance coverage allowed by NJ law. He invites all riders and motorcycle owners to contact him for a free, fast review of their current insurance policy. Don’t wait until you have an accident to make sure you are fully covered. Call Andrew Prince today for your free insurance policy review at 732-388-5454.
Motorcycle accident victims in Warren County deserve an attorney who really understands what they’re going through after a crash or collision. Andrew Prince is a proud member of American Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE) and the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), as well as a Board Member for Rider Education of New Jersey, Inc. He is familiar with the problems that riders and accident victims face, and works tirelessly on their behalf. In fact, he has won millions in settlement dollars for motorcycle crash victims.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident in New Jersey, email or call today for a free initial consultation with Andrew Prince: 1-800-TEAM-LAW. He represents people in all townships throughout Warren County. Let Attorney Prince handle your case, so you can focus on getting back on the road to recovery.
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