Were You Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?
Car and truck drivers must share the road with motorcyclists. When they fail to live up to this obligation, serious injuries and deaths can occur that can lead to mounting medical bills, lost wages and untold pain and suffering.
Largest Verdict in Connecticut for a Motorcycle Accident Case: $2.1 Million
If you are thinking about a motorcycle crash lawsuit in Connecticut, make sure your first call is to Tremont Sheldon Robinson Mahoney in Bridgeport. Our lawyers won the largest motorcycle accident verdict in Connecticut’s history — more than $2 million — for a client who was injured by a bus in a motorcycle accident.
Through accident reconstruction, our attorneys proved that the motorcycle accident was not the biker’s fault. Medical experts testified about his injuries, and after a three-week trial, a jury found the bus company completely at fault for the accident.
Providing the Same High-Quality Representation for You
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, you can expect the same level of attention to detail from our attorneys as in the example above. We have represented motorcycle enthusiasts for years, including those riding Vespa scooters, mopeds and touring motorcycles.
We will use all of the resources at our disposal to determine if a car, truck or bus driver endangered your safety by following too closely, did not give you the right of way or failed to keep watch for motorcyclists.
Call a Law Firm That Knows How to Get Results
We understand how to protect the rights of motorcyclists. Motorcyclists who are hurt by another driver have the right to make a claim against the other driver, whether or not the motorcyclist was wearing a helmet. We encourage you to call 203-212-9075 or contact us online to arrange a free consultation to learn more about your rights.
Motorcycle Accident Frequently Asked Questions
What compensation can I seek after a motorcycle accident?
A. You can file a personal injury claim after a motorcycle accident to help seek compensation for your medical bills, lost wages and emotional trauma.
Can I still file a lawsuit if I wasn’t wearing a helmet?
A. It does not matter if you were wearing a helmet or not to file a claim after being injured in a motorcycle accident.