Motorcycle Accident Claims
For many people, motorcycles are more than a means of transportation – they are a way of life. The freedom of the open road is enjoyed by thousands of motorcyclists throughout New Jersey. Unfortunately, even though motorcycles are a common sight on our roadways, they are also too often overlooked by other motorists.
Some drivers of larger vehicles, such as cars and trucks, often ignore or fail to see motorcyclists on the highway. Other motorists drive recklessly in the presence of motorcycles without considering the consequences, crowding bikers and giving them inadequate room to move.
The Consequences of Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents almost always result in catastrophic personal injury. There are minimal crash safety features on motorcycles, and the lack of a protective enclosure makes many accidents turn fatal. Even so, there is an unspoken prejudice against motorcyclists both within and outside of our legal system, often preventing them from obtaining the full amount of compensation they are due.
The aggressive motorcycle accident lawyers in Philadelphia at Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller are strong advocates of motorcyclist rights. Our accident lawyers in Pennsylvania will fight tirelessly to ensure you are fully compensated for all of your injuries.
Building a Motorcycle Accident Claim
Like any motor vehicle accident claim, we will first need to establish fault. Our auto accident attorneys in New Jersey have years of experience investigating motorcycle accidents. We will evaluate every factor and circumstance involved in your accident to develop a strong case against the negligent party.
In some instances, responsibility may be equally shared. In these cases, you are still entitled to recover some of your damages. Our personal injury lawyer in Philadelphia will work to ensure blame is properly assessed, and that you are awarded all you are due.
You can help build your motorcycle accident claim by taking some simple steps after your accident. If you are seriously injured and cannot take these steps, contact our Philadelphia personal injury attorneys for help:
- Take pictures of the accident scene
- Gather the contact information of any witnesses
- Obtain the name, address, vehicle information, and insurance information of other drivers involved in the accident
- File a police report
Even if you feel relatively fine after an accident, always obtain a medical examination. Some injuries, such as brain injury, may not be apparent until days or even weeks after the accident. You will need a thorough medical examination to determine the full extent of your injuries.
With this information in hand, you should contact one of the motorcycle accident lawyers in Philadelphia at Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller. We will begin working on your motorcycle accident claim right away to make sure you and your family are taken care of.
If you have been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, please contact Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller today to schedule a free initial consultation. Our firm serves clients throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with offices in Philadelphia, West Conshohocken, Allentown, and Marlton.
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