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    South Jersey Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

    South Jersey Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

    Seasoned South Jersey Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Fights to Secure Compensation for Riders Injured in Camden County, Burlington County, and Throughout NJ

    Motorcycle riders throughout South Jersey know how enjoyable and exhilarating riding a motorcycle can be, but they also know the risks that riders face on their bikes. Too often are motorcycle riders injured by a careless or reckless driver or by some other cause, such as a defective part or negligence maintenance of the roads. If you have been hurt after being involved in a motorcycle crash, a South Jersey motorcycle accident lawyer can advocate for your rights and interest. 

    After being injured in a motorcycle accident, turn to Gelman Law, LLC. Founding attorney David Gelman and his team believe that when you have suffered injuries through no fault of your own, you shouldn’t have to bear the financial burdens of recovery. That’s why our firm aggressively pursues maximum compensation for you. We bring our full effort to every case, not resting until we’ve secured the best possible result for you. At our firm, you will never be pressured to accept a less-than-full settlement just so we can move on to another case. When you hire our firm to help with your case, you can expect to receive the dedicated legal representation you need and deserve. 

    Injured In A Motorcycle Accident And Have Questions? We Can Help. All You Have To Do Is Call 856-861-4236 or Fill Out Our Convenient Online Contact Form To Receive Your Free Case Evaluation.

    Call our firm today for a free initial case evaluation to learn more about how our South Jersey motorcycle accident lawyer can advocate for your rights and interests when you have been hurt through no fault of your own in a motorcycle crash. 

    Why Are Motorcycle Accident Cases So Difficult?

    Oftentimes, motorcycle accident claims prove much more complex or difficult than other kinds of motor vehicle accident cases. There are a few reasons why this can be the case. First, motorcycle accidents tend to result in serious, life-altering injuries for riders, who lack the protections of a vehicle body and other safety features like seatbelts or airbags. Instead, motorcycle riders’ bodies take the brunt of a collision. When riders suffer devastating injuries in a motorcycle accident, they usually incur significant medical expenses to treat and rehab those injuries, meaning that full compensation in a motorcycle accident claim represents a significant sum of money. In addition, riders may be more likely to still be undergoing treatment and rehabilitation when pursuing settlement negotiations or bringing their claims to trial. When that is the case, any settlement or verdict will need to include a reasonable estimation of the rider’s future expected expenses and losses. 

    Motorcycle accident cases can also be complicated because at-fault drivers may not carry sufficient insurance coverage to fully compensate an injured motorcycle rider. Many drivers only have the minimum amount of insurance coverage required by New Jersey law. When a rider suffers tens of thousands of dollars in medical expenses, that insurance coverage may easily be exhausted.

    Finally, motorcycle accident cases can become complicated when at-fault drivers or the insurance companies try to avoid liability to an injured rider by claiming that the rider was partially or entirely at fault for the accident, often by relying on stereotypes of motorcycle riders as speeding, reckless motorists. When this happens, it becomes necessary for a South Jersey motorcycle accident lawyer representing an injured rider to secure additional evidence to build the most persuasive case possible to show how the other driver or party was at fault for the accident. 

    Let a South Jersey Motorcycle Accident Lawyer from Our Firm Help You Pursue a Claim for Financial Recovery for Your Injuries and Damage

    At Gelman Law, LLC, founding attorney David Gelman and his team will work tirelessly to recover maximum compensation by handling all the aspects of your case so that you can stay focused on treating and rehabilitating your injuries and working on getting back to normal life after a devastating motorcycle crash. You can trust our firm to:

    Get Advice From An Experienced Motorcycle Accident Lawyer. All You Have To Do Is Call 856-861-4236 or Complete Our Online Contact Form To Receive Your Free Case Evaluation.

    Call Gelman Law, LLC for a Free Case Review With a Top-Rated South Jersey Motorcycle Accident Lawyer to Discuss Your Legal Options and Next Steps in Starting Your Claim

    If you were injured in a motorcycle crash, contact Gelman Law, LLC today for a free, no-obligation consultation to speak with a South Jersey motorcycle accident lawyer about how our firm can assist you through the complexities and difficulties of recovering the compensation you need and deserve to treat and recover from your injuries. 

    Frequently Asked Questions about Motorcycle Accidents in Camden County, Burlington County, and Throughout NJ

    Can I still recover compensation if I was partially at fault for the motorcycle accident I was injured in?

    Potentially yes. New Jersey uses a modified comparative fault system in motorcycle accident cases. Under New Jersey’s system, an injured motorcycle accident rider can still recover compensation for injuries they suffered in the accident so long as the rider was not more at fault for the crash and their injuries than the party they are seeking compensation from. However, the rider’s compensation can be reduced in proportion to the share of responsibility they bear. For example, if you sustained $100,000 in damages from a motorcycle accident that you are found to have been 20 percent at fault for causing, your compensation may be reduced by $20,000 to reflect your share of fault.

    When should I file a lawsuit to pursue my motorcycle accident claim?

    New Jersey’s statute of limitations gives you only two years from the date of a motorcycle accident to file a lawsuit against the party or parties responsible for the crash. For that reason, you should move quickly to begin investigating, preparing, and pursuing your claim. Filing an untimely lawsuit could mean risking the court ultimately dismissing your case and permanently losing the right to recover compensation from those at fault for your injuries.

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