For more than 60 years, the motorcycle accident attorneys of Team Law have helped injured motorcycle riders in New Brunswick and throughout New Jersey seek the financial compensation they need after suffering life-altering injuries in their accident. We understand that motorcycle riders are especially susceptible to having their lives turned upside down in a sudden, catastrophic accident that is no fault of their own. Our attorneys understand, just as well as any motorcycle rider, that injuries suffered by a rider in an accident are often more severe than injuries suffered in other kinds of motor vehicle accidents due to the lack of protection for motorcycle riders.
At Team Law, we work diligently to keep the roads of New Brunswick and throughout New Jersey safe by holding negligent drivers and other negligent or reckless persons or entities responsible when their acts or omissions cause a motorcycle accident that injures an innocent rider. We know that experienced, skilled legal representation can make the difference in getting an injured motorcycle rider maximum compensation for his or her injuries and other losses.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle accident through no fault of your own, contact the New Brunswick motorcycle accident attorneys of Team Law today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to talk to one of our knowledgeable lawyers. We are ready to help you understand your legal rights and options following a catastrophic accident and to guide you through the process of obtaining the financial compensation you need and deserve.
Although a motorcycle accident can result in all different kinds of injuries for a rider, a rider is far more likely to suffer severe, potentially even life-threatening injuries in a motorcycle accident than a driver or passenger in a typical car accident. Some of the most common catastrophic injuries that our clients have suffered in motorcycle accidents include:
At Team Law, we understand that a seriously-injured motorcycle rider will quickly incur medical costs for their treatment, along with lost wages due to time missed from work. If a rider is not compensated for these damages, he or she can soon face serious financial difficulties in addition to their physical and emotional trauma. That is why our motorcycle accident attorneys quickly get to work in each motorcycle accident case to begin investigating our client’s accident to understand what occurred and to identify the party or parties responsible for causing the accident. We also quickly identify sources of financial compensation, such as insurance, and aggressively negotiate for a fair and full settlement for our clients so that they can fully focus on their recovery. Of course, we accept nothing less than the full compensation our clients deserve, so we prepare to fight on behalf of our clients in court, if necessary.
Even though you may not be sure what caused your motorcycle accident, when your accident is not your fault, the New Brunswick motorcycle accident attorneys of Team Law are ready to fight on your behalf to get you the financial resources you need to emotionally and physically recover from your injuries and get your life back on track. Contact us today to schedule a no-cost consultation to discuss your case and how our firm can help you build a strong, persuasive case for maximum compensation in your motorcycle accident claim.
New Brunswick is a city located in Middlesex County, and serves as the county seat. Located on the southern bank of the Raritan River, New Brunswick is also a part of the New York City metropolitan area. First inhabited by Lenape Native Americans, the area of present-day New Brunswick was settled in 1681, with the settlement being named in 1714 for the city of Braunschweig in Lower Saxony, Germany. New Brunswick also became the site of Queen’s College, founded in 1766; today, the school is known as Rutgers University. New Brunswick was incorporated as a city by the state legislature in 1784. Today, New Brunswick is a vital hub for the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries in New Jersey, serving as home to the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, and Saint Peter’s University Hospital, along with the corporate headquarters for Johnson & Johnson and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Under New Jersey law, you have a limited period of time to file a lawsuit for compensation if you are the victim of a motorcycle accident. This period of time is called the statute of limitations. In New Jersey, the statute of limitations for motorcycle accident claims is two years from the date of your accident. If you do not file a lawsuit prior to the expiration of the statute of limitations, the court can dismiss your case. This is why it is critical to speak with a motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible after your accident.
Unfortunately no. New Jersey is one of a handful of states that have a “no pay, no play” rule. This rule prohibits an injured motorist who does not have adequate insurance from recovering any compensation for economic and non-economic losses following an accident, even if the accident was solely the fault of another party. This is why it is critical to ensure that you are carrying valid, adequate insurance whenever you ride a motorcycle in New Jersey.
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