Motorcycles are particularly susceptible to dangers from roadway defects or poorly maintained roadways in the City and State of New York which are primarily caused by poor roadway maintenance or construction.
Our Queens Motorcycle Accident Lawyers are aware of the exposures that motorcycle riders experience, including motorists that endanger the lives of vulnerable motorcyclists in New York every day. Instances in which drivers of four-wheel vehicles strike motorcycle riders without even knowing there was a vehicle close to them have become increasingly common, increasing the rate of motorcycle accidents. Since motorcyclists have minimal protection, the consequences of a motorcycle crash are often quite serious and our Queens Motorcycle Accident Lawyers are here to help.
The Queens Motorcycle Accident Lawyers at Beck Law, P.C., have successfully litigated and recovered compensation on behalf of riders and their families for injury cases and wrongful death action. If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, call our Queens Motorcycle Accident Lawyers today.
The rules governing motorcycles are vastly different for motorcycles than for car accidents in New York State. Specifically, a motorcycle is not a “motor vehicle” within the meaning of the insurance No-Fault law. Therefore, a motorcyclist is not a “covered person” under the New York State No-Fault Regulation, and is therefore, not entitled to medical benefits and lost wages provided by a No-Fault insurance carrier.
Given this exemption, motorcyclists who have been involved in a motorcycle accident and have been suffering from a serious injuries must use their private health insurance for medical treatment. Our Queens Motorcycle Accident Attorneys understand the hardships that motorcycle accidents cause to injured victims and their families and strive to obtain maximum compensation, including all expenses incurred by the injured victim, including, lost wages, medical treatment and for their bodily injuries.
Notably, since Motorcyclists do not qualify under the New York State No-Fault law, injured motorcyclists do not have to satisfy the No-Fault “serious injury” threshold law. Therefore, an injured motorcyclist is entitled to compensation from the at-fault party even for minor injuries.
If you or a loved one were injured in a motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to monetary compensation for the damages that you and your family suffered.
The experienced motorcycle accident attorneys at Beck Law, P.C. will aggressively fight to get you the compensation that you deserve. Contact our motorcycle injury lawyers at Beck Law, P.C. to have your case evaluated. We will ensure you obtain maximum compensation for your injuries and walk you through the entire process as we do it.
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