We Take On Serious Motorcycle Accident Cases
Careless drivers and driver errors cause countless accidents every day across New Jersey. Some of the most devastating injuries involve motorcycle accidents, as motorcyclists are more exposed to dangerous elements on the road.
The average driver can often respond safely to issues of being cut off in traffic or abrupt stops. Motorcycle drivers, however, often have to lay down a bike in these situations, causing catastrophic injuries in many cases.
At Rosenberg, Kirby, Cahill, Stankowitz & Richardson, we protect and advocate for the rights of individuals injured in these types of accidents. We have successfully handled many motorcycle accident cases, and we know what it takes to win those unique cases.
Aggressive Advocacy For Motorcyclists
Our team of lawyers are litigators above all else. We aggressively pursue compensation for clients with case preparation that stands ready for trial. This level of dedication and experience positions us for success, even if we end up settling cases outside of court.
We can help you pursue compensation that reflects the full scope of consequences you face, including:
- Immediate medical care or injuries sustained
- Disfigurement, scarring
- Road burn
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
- Long-term rehabilitation and treatment
- Loss of income from being unable to work
- Disability benefits from loss of employment opportunities
- Fatal injuries and wrongful death claims
We are a mainstay in New Jersey personal injury law and have helped countless people since our founding in 1977. Our clients come to us for the personal attention and high-quality representation they need to recover maximum compensation.
Speak To Us During A Free Consultation
We will treat you with the care and dedication you deserve. Contact our experienced Toms River attorneys at Rosenberg, Kirby, Cahill, Stankowitz & Richardson online or by telephone at 732-908-7239 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Personal injury and workers’ compensation cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless we effectively recover compensation in your case.