New Jersey Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Fight to Protect Rider’s Rights


Our decades of experience helping the injured recover full and fair compensation is your most powerful resource


Over the past several years, motorcycles have become an increasingly popular mode of transportation for thousands of people across the country. Unfortunately, this increase in the number of motorcyclists also leads to thousands of serious injuries and deaths each year. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are more than 4,000 accidents involving motorcyclists each year. In New Jersey alone, there were 62 motorcyclist fatalities in 2014. If you’re involved in a motorcycle accident, you don’t have to face the uncertainty of the future alone. At Lomurro Law, our New Jersey motorcycle accident attorneys help you recover compensation for lost wages, medical bills and emotional distress.


Motorcycle accidents can result in serious or life-altering injuries


By their very nature, motorcycle riders are more vulnerable to significant injuries in the event of an accident. We accept cases involving riders who have suffered:


  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Neck and spinal cord injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Severed limbs
  • Road burns
  • Paralysis

These types of injuries often require significant medical treatment, both immediately following the accident and long-term. Our skilled New Jersey motorcycle accident attorneys get the compensation you need to cover the costs of your injuries and rehabilitation. If you’ve lost a loved one due to a motorcycle accident, you may be able to pursue a claim for wrongful death. We provide the legal advice and resources you need to understand your options and make the best decisions for your family.


Motorcyclists must comply with additional licensing rules and regulations


If you wish to operate a motorcycle, you must obtain an endorsement to your driver’s license or get a motorcycle-only license. Drivers under the age of 18 are required to take and pass a Motorcycle Safety Education course. Drivers over aged 18 or older may choose to take the Basic Rider Safety Course or obtain a motorcycle permit for at least 20 days prior to taking the motorcycle road test. It is important to comply with all New Jersey motorcycle laws to ensure that you are not subject to additional fines and tickets if you are involved in an accident.


Trust a team of New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyers with a proven track record of success to protect you and your best interests


At Lomurro Law, we provide aggressive, client-focused counsel tailored to your specific needs. Our New Jersey motorcycle accident attorneys take the time to listen to your concerns and develop a sound case strategy that works for you. To discuss your recovery options, call 732-414-0300 or contact us online. Your first consultation is free.