Andrew Prince is a leading New Jersey personal injury attorney. He has been representing the victims and families of motorcycle accidents for more than 25 years and has helped thousands get payment for their primary medical bills, money for their lost wages and compensation for their pain and suffering. Andrew Prince navigates through the insurance laws and stubborn adjusters to get you the money you deserve.
His litigation experience and dedication to motorcycle accident safety has earned Andrew Prince a 2013 Premier New Jersey SuperLawyers honor. SuperLawyers rates the outstanding lawyers in each state. His successful results have included a $1.3 million dollar settlement, during a trial, for an injured motorcyclist whose injuries included permanent residual problems.
Motorcycle insurance laws are different than the laws for auto accident victims. Andrew Prince works to make sure he is up-to-date with all New Jersey motorcycle legal and safety issues. His cutting-edge knowledge when negotiating and arguing a case helps to be able to strongly argue creative and successful positions. Here are some of the ways Andrew Prince stays informed:
Andrew Prince aggressively fights to get motorcycle accident victims and their families their just rewards. Please contact him at his main law office in Clark, NJ, for a free discussion about your claim, or about requesting a lecture for your club or organization. Andrew Prince handles motorcycle crashes throughout Union and Middlesex counties and across all the counties in the state of New Jersey. He will make arrangements to see you and your family members wherever it is convenient. Please call him at 1-800-TEAM-LAW to discuss your case. You can also contact him online.
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