New Jersey Man Suffers Head Injuries in Motorcycle Accident

The Jersey Journal reported that a 32-year-old man from Elizabeth, New Jersey, suffered head injuries after the motorcycle he was riding collided with two vehicles on a ramp leading to the Pulaski Skyway in Jersey City. The injured motorcyclist was transported to a local hospital and was reported to be in stable condition. The driver of one of the cars was issued a summons for driving an unregistered vehicle with a suspended license.

New Jersey motorcycle accidents can cause serious harm as drivers and riders of motorcycles are less protected than riders in motor vehicles. Head and internal injuries and fractures are some of the most common types of injuries suffered by motorcycle riders. Those injured in motorcycle accidents also often incur significant expenses related to the costs of medical care, and, loss of wages due to disability.

If you have been injured in a New Jersey motorcycle accident caused by the negligence of another driver you may be compensated for your injuries and other damages. Contact the skilled New Jersey motorcycle accident attorneys of Blume Forte to find out how we can help you secure fair and reasonable compensation for your losses. Call us at 973-635-5400 to schedule your no-cost consultation to discuss your potential claim.

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