Motorcycle Accidents

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, having an experienced trial attorney on your side can make all the difference. At Nugent Law, we are dedicated to helping you obtain full and fair compensation for your injuries. From our offices in Marlton and Linwood, we represent clients throughout Southern Burlington and Camden Counties.

Motorcycle accidents are comparable to other vehicle accidents in some ways, but because of some uncommon characteristics in motorcycles causing the way a motorcycle is ridden, the triggers of motorcycle accidents, the injuries resulting from motorcycle accidents, and the liability issues surrounding motorcycle accidents can vary dramatically from car accidents.

Liability in Motorcycle Accidents

Liability in most motorcycle accidents is governed by the law of “negligence.” In many motorcycle accidents, it is the driver of a car or truck that is negligent. The driver can be negligent for some of the following:

  • Distracted driving.
  • Drivers speeding.
  • Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Drivers who fail to yield.
  • Drivers who fail to keep a lookout.
  • Drivers who fail to follow stop signs or traffic lights.
  • Drivers following too closely behind a motorcycle.

Of course, the motorcycle rider might be the negligent one as well. An inebriated biker that swerves in front of a car, causing the car to crash, would most likely be liable for injuries suffered by the car’s occupants.

Free Consultation — Call Now To Speak To A Successful Trial Lawyer

To set up your free consultation with a skilled attorney, please call 856-596-9770 or contact us online. We handle motorcycle accident cases on a contingency basis, which means you will not pay attorney’s fees unless you win financial compensation.

We can arrange after-hours and weekend appointments by special request, and we can make home visits if you are unable to travel to our offices.