136 Central Avenue
Clark, New Jersey, 07066
Attorney Andrew Prince is an experienced attorney who has the legal and motorcycle education experience to properly advance your motorcycle accident injury claim. For more than 25 years, he has been at the forefront in representing people injured in motorcycle crashes. He understands the special circumstances that riders face on the road and works daily to improve rider safety. His experience and results in representing motorcycle accident victims are unmatched. Andrew Prince is New Jersey born and raised, so he not only specializes in motorcycle personal injury litigation but his expertise is specific to New Jersey law.
Mr. Prince continually works to stay informed on motorcycle issues. He is a member of the American Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE) and the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA). He is a member of the board of directors of Rider Education of New Jersey Inc. He lectures to motorcycle clubs and organizations throughout the state on insurance issues and motorcycle issues. Mr. Prince was named to the 2013 List of New Jersey Premier Super Lawyers.
It can be difficult to understand the financial and legal challenges that follow a motorcycle accident, until you are involved in one. Immediately following the accident, you are unlikely to think about things like reporting the accident to the insurance company or hiring a personal injury lawyer to protect your rights. However, these important steps[…]
Motorcycles as a means of transportation are common on the east coast, especially during the warm summer months. Unfortunately, though, with an increase of motorcyclists on the road also comes an increase in motorcycle accidents. These are some of the most common questions that you might have following a motorcycle accident. What is the Most[…]
By: Andrew S. Prince, Esq.Attorney1-(800)-TEAM-LAW (832-6529)[email protected] Call With Any Questions or Concerns! However, if charged and guilty of being under the influence of legal prescription drugs while driving, there is a mandatory loss of license for 7 months to 12 months. The New Jersey DWI statute is not only about prohibiting driving after drinking, it[…]