How Is Fault Determined in a Motorcycle Accident?
Were you or someone you love injured while riding your motorcycle in New York? There are many factors that go into determining who is at fault for the accident and who is responsible for the injuries and damages sustained. Watch this video by experienced Long Island motorcycle accident attorney Michaelangelo Matera to learn how fault is determined in a motorcycle accident in New York.
Negligence claims, whether they be involving a motorcycle accident, a trucking accident or regular automobile accident are very straightforward. Most of the times as a law firm, we need to investigate the case and ultimately prove that the operator of the vehicle and or the owner of the vehicle has committed some kind of act that has resulted in them getting into an accident and striking your vehicle. Those things can vary. And sometimes there’s more than one cause that we could go after.
And a negligence claim if somebody, for example, hit you from behind their negligent in the operation of their vehicle, if somebody tries to step on their brakes but their brakes wouldn’t stop in time, causing them to hit you from behind, then they’re negligent in the maintenance and or repair of their vehicle. So there are many different types of ways that we could prosecute a negligence claim.
When people are facing difficult legal situations what matters is results. Were you involved in a motorcycle accident and have questions about how fault is determined? At The Matera Law Firm, we have over 25 years of experience helping people when they need it most. That commitment has allowed us to generate a record of success that includes obtaining millions of dollars for our clients injured in motorcycle accidents in New York.
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