Motorcycle accidents are among the more deadly types of accidents, with accident victims often sustaining more serious injuries and higher medical bills than other types of motor vehicle accidents. Motorcycle accidents also often involve complex insurance coverage issues.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries from a motorcycle accident caused by the negligence of another driver, a motorcycle accident attorney can help you obtain the financial compensation you deserve from the parties at fault. The Law Offices of Kennedy and Brown has experienced Pennsylvania motorcycle accident attorneys with the knowledge and experience to help ensure that you are compensated.
At the Law Offices of Kennedy and Brown, we understand that dealing with the aftermath of a motorcycle accident can be very traumatic, and selecting the right attorney to represent your case can be difficult. The pain and suffering caused by injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident are often compounded by the stress of high medical bills, loss of transportation, and/or inability to work. The complexities of a motorcycle accident make it critical to select an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer who can provide you with the legal information you need and guide you through the process of filing a motorcycle accident claim.
Motorcycle accidents are often caused by another vehicle violating the motorcyclist’s right of way. Factors such as limited visibility; road hazards such as potholes, uneven pavement, and oil slicks; weather-induced driving hazards; and motorcycle defects often come into play.
Attorneys John H. Kennedy and J. Lawrence Brown have many years of experience advocating on behalf of clients who have suffered injuries due to motorcycle accidents. They will give you advice regarding liability and damages and will help ensure that you are properly compensated for medical bills and pain and suffering resulting from your injuries. Contact our office for a free consultation today.
Our office serves Northeastern Pennsylvania, including, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Stroudsburg, Tunkhannock, Luzerne County, Lackawanna County, Monroe County, Wyoming County and Carbon County.