Attorney Helping Injured Motorcycle Riders

Were you involved in a motorcycle accident in Hartford? Other drivers and equipment operators can be to blame. When you have taken all the necessary precautions and still got injured, call John today!

Motorcycles are fun and can make you feel fearless and alive — but they are also the most dangerous vehicles to operate, even under optimum conditions.

The Unique Nature Of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accident cases involve unique issues that are not involved in automobile accidents. Too often, drivers of large trucks or automobiles do not look carefully for motorcycle riders and fail to yield right of way, which cause grave injuries or even death to a motorcycle rider.

There are a variety of reasons for motorcycle accidents — from driver negligence to imperfect road or weather conditions to vehicle malfunction. If you or someone you know has been involved in a motorcycle accident, they might have a cause to file a suit against another driver or even the motorcycle manufacturer to cover medical expenses or to compensate for any permanent disability or lost wages.

Also, if you were the passenger of a motorcycle rider and suffered injury, or serious medical conditions, or are the victim of a wrongful death, contact The Law Offices of John Cantarella, LLC, today.

Accidents Caused By Defective Roads

When a motorcycle accident is caused by defective roads, the road construction company may be at fault and held responsible for its negligence. In such a case, an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer can help you file a lawsuit against the construction company.

Call Us Today

If you are a motorcycle enthusiast, I urge you to wear protective clothing and a regulation helmet, and to have insurance. I hope you'll never need our services for this type of incident — but if you do, please contact us today — my office is here to help. Contact our Connecticut law office by calling 860-513-2192 for a free initial consultation with me. As an attorney, I have over 20 years of personal injury experience.