Many New Jersey residents enjoy riding motorcycles on a frequent basis, both for recreational and commuting purposes. Riders get to experience the freedom that a motorcycle provides on the open road and thrifty consumers enjoy the savings at the gas pump. However, riding a motorcycle is still an inherently dangerous activity that can result in serious accidents.
The reality is that motorcycle riders have very little protection — especially when compared to a passenger vehicle. Motorcyclists do not have the frame of a vehicle to protect them in case of a collision, nor safety features such as seat belts or airbags. Aside from helmets and other minimal gear, motorcyclists have no real protection against a larger vehicle.
At Keith Zaid Law, we have the experience and resources to help you get the compensation you deserve. You need to focus on healing and recovery, so let us do the other work, including:
When a motorcycle accident occurs that results injuries to you or a loved one, you may not be sure where to turn first. Medical bills can pile up quickly and you may be unable to work and support your family while you recover from your injuries. If this is the case, and your injuries result from an accident caused by the negligence of another, then you may have a valid claim to seek compensation for damages you’ve suffered.
Our firm’s experienced personal injury lawyers have the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to help you achieve a favorable outcome in your claim. When you reach out to our team, we begin by scheduling a free initial consultation to discuss your accident, injuries, and damages. From there, we can help you determine the next best legal step in your situation. With Keith Zaid’s 37+ years of experience, proven record of success, and award-winning counsel on your side, you can rest assured knowing your case is in reliable hands.
We hope you and your loved ones remain safe during this time. As the pandemic continues to spread, we have taken steps to protect the health of our clients, staff, and our community. At this time, our office has suspended all in-person meetings. Fortunately, we have technology that allows us to work efficiently from remote locations. We will continue to remain open and communicate by electronic means, including telephone and email. Thank you.