The New York motorcycle accident lawyers at Aronova & Associates understand the chaos and unanswered questions that follow in the aftermath of a serious collision. Don’t wrestle with the question of how it all happened on your own. Sometimes liability is tricky to untangle and involves not only other drivers, but the state government, vehicle manufacturers, or other third parties you might not consider.
Our motorcycle accident attorneys are fully prepared to:
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A motorcycle accident brain injury can result in lasting and serious impairment or even death. However, you don’t need to be the victim of a motorcycle accident head injury to file a lawsuit against negligent parties. We’ve seen all sorts of other catastrophic motorcycle injuries, including:
These accidents can place severe strain on family finances, which is why it’s so important to pursue your legal right to compensation if there is a chance the accident was not 100% your fault.
About half of the motorcycle crashes involve just the motorcyclist, but that doesn’t automatically make the accident the driver’s fault. Sometimes another vehicle is following too closely or driving aggressively around the motorcyclist. Sometimes roads are poorly maintained by the state or poorly designed by engineers. Repair technicians may not have done their job to industry safety standards, or motorcycle manufacturing defects may have led to vehicle malfunction.
When another driver is involved, it is not uncommon to see multiple factors contributing to the crash, including:
Injured motorcyclists and their families have the right to sue for compensation to cover medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and other losses.
Aronova & Associates is a valuable partner in assessing and proving liability. Our large legal team is equipped to check out the scene of the accident with a reconstruction expert and photographer to find crucial evidence. We can interview witnesses, gather everything on record, and work with insurance providers to find out what benefits you have coming your way.
New York State laws pertaining to motorcycle crashes may include:
When applicable, a fair motorcycle accident settlement should include compensation for:
Every accident has its own unique characteristics, so it’s difficult to come up with an “average motorcycle accident settlement”, but the lawyers at Aronova & Associates have access to a database of local verdicts and settlements to determine if the compensation being offered is fair. According to Jury Verdict Research (published by Thomson Reuters), the median motorcycle injury verdict after trial (1999-2006) was $73,700. We’ve seen $300,000 verdicts for soft tissue injuries, as well as $1.6 million verdicts for crushed vertebrae and nerve damage, so it all depends on the circumstances.
When you need a motorcycle accident lawyer, NYC attorneys at Aronova & Associates won’t let you down. We offer expert legal counsel and representation in multiple languages, including Spanish, Creole, French, Russian, and Greek. We know the local court system inside and out, with more than a decade of experience fighting for local accident victim rights.
Our motorcycle accident attorneys know the local court system inside and out, with more than a decade of experience fighting for crash victim rights. We can help you find appropriate medical treatment, negotiate with insurers for a fair settlement that covers the true cost of injury, and collect all the necessary evidence to win a lawsuit. Do not delay in calling for a free, no-obligation legal consultation. We are here to assist any way we can!
Aronova & Associates is a firm for all New Yorkers. Our services are available in multiple languages and tailored to the needs of every client. The first step in providing you with the help you need is a free consultation to discuss your case. When you’re ready to talk, we’re ready to get to work for you.
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