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Wrong Way Driver Nearly Kills Scooter Operator

A Queens man is clinging to life in a local hospital after an early morning, near-fatal motorcycle crash that involved an Acura and a motorized scooter. The wreck took place near the intersection of Cooper Avenue and 73rd Street in Glendale. Police state that the 21-year-old rider was eastbound on Cooper, when a westbound Acura… View Article


High Speed Motorcycle Chase Ends in Tragedy

The relentless police pursuit of a motorcycle rider stretched over three New Jersey cities and resulted in the death of a passing motorist. Officers in Paramus started chasing 31-year-old Salvatore Deangelis, of Harriman, after he allegedly failed to pull over. Mr. Deangelis accelerated onto Route 4, where officers apparently lost sight of him. Moments later,… View Article


Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Fatal Motorcycle Crash

A motorcyclist lost his life in a collision with a motorist in Cheyenne, Wyoming that occurred on August 10, 2014. The mother of the motorcyclist, Michael A. Douglas, Jr., filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the motorist, Riggs Zuiker, alleging that her acts and omissions were the direct and proximate cause of the victim’s injuries… View Article


Case Results

  • $3,300,000 - Motorcyclist Hit By Vehicle
  • $2,000,000 - Motorcyclist Hit By Vehicle
  • $1,100,000 - Motorcyclist Hit By Vehicle
  • $930,000 - Wrongful Death Accident
  • $821,000 - Motorcyclist Hit By Vehicle
  • $280,000 - Motorcyclist Hit By Vehicle

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What not to do after a motorcycle accident

The wrong move can make it extremely difficult to get the compensation you deserve. Insurance companies are looking for opportunities to limit or deny you compensation. We encourage you not to give them any.

  • Do not make a statement to or sign anything given to you by an insurance agent. Do not even talk to an insurance agent. When you discuss the accident to the police, be very straightforward and limit your discussion to the facts.
  • Do not apologize to or argue with the other driver. Limit your discussion with the other driver to an exchange of information. Do not sign anything.
  • Do not get your bike repaired. Doing so before an attorney has had a chance to have the bike properly inspected and photographed is essentially erasing one of the most important pieces of evidence in your case.