CONTANT LAW, P.C.

Motorcycle Accidents


Middlesex Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Over 80,000 motorcyclists are injured and some 4,000 killed in traffic crashes every year. The person operating the motorcycle was NOT at fault in more than 80% of the accidents involving multiple vehicles. If the person driving the other vehicle was negligent, careless or reckless, the operator of the motorcycle, and any passenger on the motorcycle, may be able to obtain compensation for their injuries.

In many motorcycle accidents, the operator of the other vehicle was following too closely and rear-ended the bike, sideswiped the motorcycle, or hit the motorcycle head-on. Motorcycle accidents often lead to serious injuries. The severity depends on a wide range on factors, such as:

  • The speed involved
  • The motorcyclist’s size
  • Whether the motorcyclist (or passenger) was wearing a helmet

Common injuries to motorcyclists and passengers include broken bones, scarring and disfigurement, brain damage, spinal cord damage, partial or complete paralysis, and loss of life (sometimes following a long coma). Multiple visits to the doctor, multiple surgeries, prescription medications, physical rehabilitation and more can lead to extreme financial pressure. Sadly, the suffering of motorcycle accident victims often goes well beyond their physical injuries, and include:

  • Change in personality
  • Diminished cognitive abilities
  • Inability to return to a previous job, or inability to work at all
  • Severe depression

If you or someone you love has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you should contact the Woburn motorcycle injury lawyers at Contant Law as soon as possible. Our experienced attorneys can assist you in obtaining money to cover current and future medical expenses, current and future lost wages, scarring and disfigurement, pain and suffering, and more. In all likelihood, the person or party responsible for your injuries has an insurance company and army of lawyers working on his or her behalf to save money by making an inadequate offer—or by not offering any compensation whatsoever. You need an experienced Massachusetts motorcycle injury attorney in your corner. One willing to fight to get the compensation you deserve. Contact us today for a free evaluation of your case.

Michael A. Contant, Esq.

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