Motorcycle Accident InjuriesAugust 24, 2018

Motorcycle Accident Injuries: Motorcycles can be a fun hobby and a great form of transportation for people when the weather is nice. The attorneys at Gill and Chamas know how passionate these riders are about their bikes and the safety of themselves and others when they start up their bikes. Unfortunately, with the unpredictable roads and other driver negligence, accidents do occur and often leave the motorcyclist with severe injuries.

The NJ Motorcycle Accident Lawyers at Gill & Chamas have represented riders in a variety of driver-negligence cases, and are prepared to put that experience to work. A motorcycle crash can cause long-standing consequences for its victims, from lost wages and unnecessary suffering to fast-mounting medical costs. We pride ourselves on the passion of our entire team, and we make it our goal to help you recover with seasoned representation in court.

Gill and Chamas has recovered multiple seven figure settlements for their clients who were injured in a motorcycle accident. One of these recoveries includes a $1.3 million settlement for a motorcyclist left with spinal injuries from a collision with an oncoming car. The case was settled in the midst of trial. The accident occurred in Colts Neck New Jersey. The plaintiff, then 46, was traveling east when an oncoming car tried to make a U-turn, crossed the double yellow line and struck the his motorcycle, says the plaintiffs’ motorcycle injury lawyer Raymond Gill Jr. of Gill and Chamas in Woodbridge.

According to Mr. Gill, the defendant tried to turn abruptly without signaling in an apparent attempted to avoid backed-up traffic. The impact threw the plaintiff off his motorcycle and into the air and knocked him unconscious. He broke his left ankle, fractured areas of his cervical and thoracic spine and spent months in a clam-shell brace.

If you or someone you know has been involved in a motorcycle accident due to someone else’s negligence contact the motorcycle accident attorneys at Gill and Chamas (732) 324-7600.




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