Immediately following a motorcycle accident, it’s not unusual to feel like everything is spinning out of control and moving in slow motion at the same time. Depending on the severity of the collision, injuries may be so severe that accident victims are rushed away from the scene by ambulance or even medivac helicopter. Even when the injuries are not life-threatening, there are many extremely serious injuries that can be life-altering.
If you or someone you know has been in a motorcycle accident, it’s important that you focus on your health and recovery. If a loved one has been the victim of a wrongful death resulting from a motorcycle crash, we are very sorry for your loss. We invite you to contact Andrew Prince of Team Law today for a free consultation about the accident. Mr. Prince will work tirelessly to get your family the justice you want and the compensation you need and deserve.
When you have been in a motorcycle accident, time is of the essence. The sooner you obtain medical assistance for your injuries – especially a life-threatening traumatic brain injury (TBI) – the better your chances for survival. Further, the speed and method your injuries are treated in the minutes and hours after the accident can make a huge difference on the extent of your recovery.
There is a range of injuries that can be sustained in a motorcycle accident in Newark, Orange or anywhere in Hudson, Middlesex, Union and Essex counties. If you are incredibly lucky, you will walk away with a bruised ego and cuts and scrapes (also called road rash). As the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports, yours will be among the 80 percent of biker crashes that result in significant and catastrophic injuries. The following list represents the most common types of injuries sustained in motorcycle collisions.
More often than not, injuries sustained by a biker or passenger in a motorcycle crash aren’t limited to just a broken bone or just a concussion. The totality of the injuries is truly what makes these crashes so potentially catastrophic. Once your injuries are properly attended to by medical personnel, talk to experienced motorcycle accident lawyer Andrew Prince; he will fight for financial damages.
When an insurance company gets involved after an accident, a representative may very well contact you to inquire about your injuries. They will appear to be very compassionate. Make no mistake about it; they are calling to collect information in an effort to reduce their payout liability. They may even make you a low-ball settlement offer, hoping you will cash the check and not pursue your lawsuit.
Do not talk to anyone from an insurance company or its lawyers before discussing your case with Andrew Prince. He will protect your interests and deal with the insurance company and its lawyers on your behalf. Mr. Prince is your best chance of securing a much higher settlement offer. Further, he doesn’t back down from a fight; he will not hesitate to take your case to court if the insurance company isn’t willing to negotiate a fair settlement for your family.
Don’t wait another minute worrying about how you and your family will be compensated for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and more following a motorcycle accident. Contact Andrew Prince today for a free consultation about your injuries. He works completely on contingency; if he doesn’t collect maximum compensation for you, you won’t pay a dime.
Rest assured, when Andrew Prince is fighting for you, he will take care of the legal and business side of your accident so you can focus on recovering from your injuries.
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