Motorcycle Accidents

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  • 83%

    If you’re involved in a motorcycle crash in New Jersey, statistics show that you have an 83% chance of being injured.

  • 5x

    Motorcyclists are five times more likely to be injured than passenger car occupants in a motor vehicle crash.

  • 75%

    75% of accidents were found to involve a motorcycle and a passenger vehicle, while the remaining 25% of accidents were single motorcycle accidents.

Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Philadelphia, PA & Surrounding Areas

Motorcycle accidents tend to be more difficult to resolve than auto accidents. Motorcycle riders are frequently perceived to be irresponsible and reckless, and the defense tries to use this negative perception to their advantage.

Kevin Weinstein has been riding motorcycles for over 40 years and is very familiar with the fact that the drivers of cars and trucks often fail to observe motorcyclists who are lawfully on the road.

Our experienced lawyers, including Mr. Weinstein, have handled countless motorcycle accident cases. We know how to counter a defense based on perception and get you the compensation you deserve. If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident which was the other driver’s fault, you have the right to receive payment for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Please call Kevin Weinstein or one of our other experienced attorneys to discuss your case. We can help.

Facts Citations:

  1. State of New Jersey
  2. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
  3. Hurt Report, funded by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

See Our Areas of Practice

  • Auto

    Auto accidents are common form of personal injury case. If you have been involved in an auto accident you may be owed compensation for physical or monetary damages.

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  • Truck

    In the United States, an accident involving a truck occurs every 16 minutes. Due to the size and weight of large commercial trucks, victims of these accidents are at risk for very serious injuries or fatalities.

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