Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
Over 100 Years Combined Experience Representing Victims of Motorcycle Accidents in Massachusetts
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, it is important to find a lawyer with strong experience representing other motorcyclists. The lawyers at Breakstone, White & Gluck of Boston have over 100 years combined experience representing riders who have been injured across Massachusetts.
In recent years, our attorneys have settled cases for $3.75 million, $3.5 million and $1.25 million. Read more about our motorcycle accident settlements.
After an accident, learn your rights. Contact our attorneys at 800-379-1244 or 617-723-7676, or use our contact form, for a free legal consultation. We are conveniently located in Government Center in Boston and represent injured motorcyclists throughout Massachusetts.
Motorcycle AccidentsWhile motorcyclists travel the same roads as other drivers and follow many of the same regulations, they suffer a disproportionate number of the accidents and injuries in Massachusetts and across the United States. Motorcycle accidents can be traumatic both physically and emotionally. Nationwide, motorcycle accidents resulting in wrongful death account for more than 10 percent of all traffic fatalities. Others who are injured may face long hospital stays and months of medical treatment.
What Compensation is Available to Motorcycle Accident Victims in Massachusetts?If you are injured while riding a motorcycle and another driver is at fault, you may be entitled to damages for:
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Medical expenses
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Punitive damages (in wrongful death cases)
How Motorcycle Accidents HappenThe majority of motorcycle accidents involve a motorcycle and a passenger vehicle. Drivers are accustomed to looking for other cars and trucks on the road, but do not always watch out for motorcyclists in the same way. Accidents can result when drivers overcrowd motorcyclists, speed or cross the vehicle lane. Drivers can injure a motorcyclist by crashing into their bike or by operating in a negligent manner causing a fall or crash, even if there is no contact with the motorcycle. Distracted driving, cell phone use and texting while driving by motorists also leads to many motorcycle accidents.
What to Do When You Have a Motorcycle AccidentMany times, motorcycle accidents result in a rider leaving the scene in an ambulance. If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident and have not visited the hospital emergency room, you should seek immediate medical attention, even if you do not believe you have been seriously injured. The emergency room staff will evaluate you for broken bones, concussions and internal injuries, as well as document your injuries.
Should I Hire a Massachusetts Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Choosing a Massachusetts Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
|Our Results for Motorcyclists:|
|$3.75 Million - Motorcycle Accident Settlement Settlement reached for motorcyclist unable to fully return to work after crash|
|$3.5 Million - Motorcycle Accident and Wrongful Death Settlement Settlement reached for family of motorcyclist run over by a waste disposal truck and killed|
|$1.25 Million - Motorcycle Accident Settlement Settlement reached for seriously injured motorcyclist who received extensive medical care, out of work for several months|
Motorcycle Safety for Massachusetts MotorcyclistsWe encourage motorcyclists to take time to learn the rules of the road and laws for riding a motorcycle in Massachusetts. Wear a motorcycle helmet at all times and learn about your auto insurance coverage needs:
Tips for Buying Auto Insurance for Massachusetts Motorcyclists, Breakstone, White & Gluck
Massachusetts Ridership Education Program (MREP), Registry of Motor Vehicles
Motorcycle and Bicycle Helmet Use Laws, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
The Boston motorcycle accident lawyers at Breakstone, White & Gluck handle motorcycle accident cases in Boston, Brockton, Fall River, Framingham, Lowell, Lynn, Quincy, Springfield, Waltham, Walpole, Foxborough, Plymouth and throughout Massachusetts.
- Broadside Collisions
- Drinking and Driving a Motorcycle
- Head-on Motorcycle Collisions
- Impaired Driving Accidents
- Intersection Accidents
- Left Turning Vehicles can Kill Motorcyclists
- Limited Visibility Motorcycle Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents Near Driveways
- Motorcycles Run Off the Road
- Motorized Scooter Accidents
- Right of Way Violations
- Serious Injuries in Motorcycle Accidents
- State Motorcycle Laws