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Injured Motorcyclists Turn To Us For Help

Motorcycle riders have very little protection when riding in traffic. Any accident — especially at high speeds when the car or truck driver “did not see” the motorcycle — can cause serious or catastrophic injuries.

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Your first step if you are an injured motorcycle driver or passenger is to get the medical care you need and follow your treatment plan. At Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C., our first step if you retain our services is to identify available insurance coverage for your motorcycle accident injuries.

Learn more about our personal injury attorney: Charles P. Reed.

We Will Investigate The Motorcycle Crash To Determine What Happened

Other drivers (and their insurance companies) often try to blame the motorcycle rider. At Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C., we examine the evidence, including police reports, witness accounts, and the accident scene. When necessary, we work with experts to create accident reconstruction reports to prove liability.

Our Attorneys Will Seek Out All Available Insurance Sources

In many situations, a motorcycle accident victim will need lifelong compensation to deal with severe injuries. The driver who caused the accident may have minimal liability insurance — as little as only $20,000 per person and $40,000 per incident. Our personal injury lawyers will examine the underinsured motorist coverage on your own policy and explore other creative solutions to maximize your compensation.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Personal injury consultations are always free at the Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C., law firm. You will owe us no legal fees unless we achieve a settlement or verdict on your behalf. Ask for an appointment at our Wallingford office. Contact us online or call toll-free (203) 265-2035.

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