Motorcycle crash in New Brunswick? Mighty's network of motorcycle accident lawyers can help.
Take charge of your motorcycle accident recovery in New Brunswick with low-fee, high-quality support.
When you're involved in a motorcycle accident in New Brunswick, finding the way forward can be hard work. How do you navigate questions of fault, or complicated paperwork? In the face of this uncertainty, you can maximize your chances of a smooth recovery by hiring a transparent, trustworthy lawyer. An experienced legal team can help you build a strong case, handle the negotiation process, and advocate for the fairest outcome.
Mighty Law's network of top-quality New Brunswick motorcycle accident lawyers clarifies the process, sheds light on the myths, and untangles any conflicts of interest. Mighty Law's network of motorcycle crash attorneys will build your case from the facts up, incorporating insights on New Brunswick-specific laws, while offering personalized medical resources and financial relief options.
Not sure if a motorcycle wreck lawyer from our network can help? Whenever you're referred to a top-quality attorney by Mighty Law, you get 10% of your legal fees back at the end of your case. And of course, you never pay unless you win.
Mighty is always here to lend an ear—and full-service support after your motorcycle accident in New Brunswick.
Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries
- Serious head injury
- Lower extremity injuries
- Chest and abdominal trauma
- Pelvic ring fractures
- Long bone injuries
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What should I do if I get in a motorcycle accident in New Brunswick?
If you're in a motorcycle crash in New Brunswick, move over to the side of the road and check for injuries. Call emergency services immediately, so that you can receive medical assistance and law enforcement can write an official accident report. If you're able, you should also gather evidence from the scene, including photographs of property damage, driver's license and insurance information, and witness statements.
What is the average settlement for a motorcycle accident in New Brunswick?
We cannot provide an average motorcycle accident settlement amount, since claims vary widely—from the tens of thousands to the hundreds of thousands and beyond. If you work with a motorcycle accident attorney from the Mighty Law network, they'll help you fairly value your case based on your medical expenses, the severity of your injuries, and other factors.
Is hiring a motorcycle crash attorney in New Brunswick necessary?
You do not have to hire a lawyer following a motorcycle accident in New Brunswick. However, these incidents can often result in high medical bills, questions of fault, and serious injuries. Experienced, ethical motorcycle accident lawyers from the Mighty network help ensure that you're receiving fair compensation and avoiding the pitfalls of the traditional personal injury law firm process.
How much does a(n) New Brunswick motorcycle accident lawyer cost through the Mighty Law network?
Lawyers from the Mighty Law network work on a contingency basis, which means you'll only pay if you win. For cases that settle directly, lawyers within our network charge a pre-suit fee of 36% or less of the final gross settlement. For cases involving a lawsuit, attorneys within our network charge a post-suit fee of 40% or less. If you are referred by Mighty Law in most cases you'll be charged 10% lower than the fees of traditional personal injury firms.
What does the process look like to get started filing my claim?
You'll start by filling out our online contact form or giving us a call. Next, a representative will be in touch for an initial screening.
If you're a good fit for legal services from a lawyer within the Mighty Law network, we'll match you with a case manager who can collect documents—including insurance information, accident reports, and medical bills. They'll also develop a treatment plan to follow.
Your New Brunswick motorcycle accident lawyers will then use the gathered evidence to build a case and start negotiations with the involved insurance company. We're confident that a lawyer from our network can help you reach a settlement that you're happy with, but if that doesn't happen right away, your motorcycle wreck attorney may help you move forward with a lawsuit.
How long will it take to investigate a motorcycle accident claim in New Brunswick?
While the average time to a personal injury payout is 1.5 years, it's hard to say how long it will take for your motorcycle accident in New Brunswick to settle. Complicating factors include the extent of your medical treatment, the turnaround time of the insurance company, and the possibility of a lawsuit. Your specific case could resolve within a year, but some claims also last over 5 years. Your lawyer will push hard to help you reach your ideal outcome as soon as possible.
What happens once my New Brunswick motorcycle accident case is settled?
Once a settlement has been reached, your lawyer will receive money from the insurance company. That's called your total, or gross settlement. You'll use that money to reimburse your lawyer, doctors, and anyone else who provided services to you during your case that wasn't yet paid.
Everything that's left is called your net settlement. If you work with a lawyer from our network and are referred by Mighty Law, you'll get 10% of your legal fee back. This is our means of making sure the justice system is a little bit fairer for our clients.
Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq
235 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas, L.L.P.
40 Paterson Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08903
Law Office of Frank J. Shamy, LLC
22 Kirkpatrick Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Wishnic and Jerushalmy Attorneys at Law
146 Livingston Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
The Weinberg Law Firm
149 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
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