Warrington PA Motorcycle Accident Injury Attorneys
A motorcycle accident is technically defined as an incident during which a motorcycle collides with another vehicle, pedestrian, animal, road debris, or other stationary object, potentially resulting in property damage, vehicle damage, injury, and in the most tragic of cases, death. But what does a motorcycle accident mean if you are the injured victim? It may mean long-term rehabilitative treatment, a grueling recovery process, loss of income, the inability to work or conduct your activities of daily living, physical deformity, mounting medical expenses, and the list goes on. For those you love, it may mean sitting beside your hospital bed, worrying, anxious, praying for a miracle. But what about for the person who caused your accident? Do they walk away without taking responsibility? The law says not necessarily, and at Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson, we do everything in our power to ensure that justice is served.
For over 40 years, our talented team of personal injury attorneys has worked tirelessly on behalf of injured victims and their families in Pennsylvania. Having accumulated an arsenal of knowledge and resources, we employ every advantage at our disposal to obtain generous recoveries that allow our clients to begin rebuilding their lives after accidents. From the moment we become involved in your case, we begin the process of constructing a compelling argument on your behalf, deploying early investigative teams to the site of the accident, consulting with experts, obtaining medical evaluations of your injuries, and utilizing every effective strategy available to ensure that those responsible are required to compensate you for you for the physical and emotional damage they have caused. To speak with one of our seasoned personal injury lawyers about the circumstances of your accident and the legal avenues which may be available to you, contact us anytime at (215) 337-4915.
Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries in Pennsylvania
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s most recent Pennsylvania Crash Facts and Statistics Report, there were 3,284 motorcycle accidents in Pennsylvania in 2014, the results of which included 186 lives lost and 2,921 injured. Sadly, the number of fatal motorcycle accidents increased 5.1% since 2013. For those who sustained non-fatal injuries, there are a number of common injuries that result from motorcycle accidents, some of which include:
- Broken bones and fractures
- Head injuries
- Spinal injuries
- Back injuries
- Road rash
- Scarring or disfigurement
- Nerve damage
- Tissue Damage
- Amputation/loss of limb
Resolving Your Motorcycle Accident Injury Case in Bucks County PA
Injuries to the brain and spinal cord often fall under the category of “traumatic injuries,” which are extremely severe and often life-threatening. Obviously, the worst possible result of a motorcycle accident is death. Those surviving the deceased may have grounds to file a wrongful death lawsuit on his or her behalf if another party was responsible for causing the crash.
For motorcycle injury victims, personal injury litigation provides a legal mechanism through which to pursue monetary compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, rehabilitative care, necessary future accommodations, permanent disability, and pain and suffering. It is important to note, however, that a two-year statute of limitations places a constraint on the time within which you can file a claim to recover damages. As such, it is highly advisable to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible following your accident.
Contact our Northeast Philadelphia Motorcycle Accident Injury Lawyers Today
For the purposes of reporting, researchers often organize motorcycle accident injuries into broad categories of major, moderate, and minor. However, the variability among motorcycle accidents and the injuries sustained as a result of these incidents should not be underestimated. In order to effectively advocate for our clients, our personal injury attorneys approach each case as an individual, isolated, and entirely unique set of circumstances. With this approach, we develop tailored strategies for successfully resolving each case and foster long-term relationships with clients whom become so much more than a name in a file. To speak with one of our knowledgeable lawyers today, contact our Bensalem offices at (215) 337-4915. After a cost-free consultation, you can find the answers you need to proceed with confidence.