Mercer County NJ Bicycle & Pedestrian Accident Injury Attorneys
Providing Legal Assistance to Injured Victims throughout New Jersey
As a pedestrian or bicyclist, you are relatively unprotected in the event of an accident. Motorists are required to exercise due caution when driving near people on foot or on bike, but all too often, negligence on the part of car and truck drivers leads to serious pedestrian or bicycle accidents.
If you or a loved one has suffered a pedestrian or bicycle accident injury, the experienced personal injury attorneys at Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson are here to help you pursue compensation for your losses. We stand up for the rights of injured pedestrians and bicyclists throughout New Jersey and we have conveniently located offices in Trenton and Pennington, NJ.
Contact us online or by telephone to arrange a consultation with an experienced New Jersey bicycle and pedestrian accident lawyer. Time is of the essence. You have two years from the date you sustained your injuries to file a lawsuit in New Jersey.
I worked with Phil Cohen who helped me with injuries my Dad suffered as a pedestrian. Phil was very responsive and came to meet with my Dad. He was very helpful during the complicated process and explained everything patiently along the way. I highly recommend Phil and firm.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents Pose Great Dangers in Mercer County NJ
New Jersey is working to protect pedestrians from accident injuries. Some new safety measures have already been put in place, including 5,000 feet of sidewalk along the Black Horse Pike and Route 9 in Atlantic County and high-visibility crosswalks along two Main Street intersections in Little Falls.
Nonetheless, negligent motorists continue to inflict untold hardships on pedestrians throughout the state. Some of the most dangerous areas for pedestrians in New Jersey include:
- Route 130 Burlington Pike in Burlington County
- Routes 1 and 9 in Union County
- Route 1 in Middlesex County
- Route 35, Middlesex County
- Black Horse Pike, Atlantic County
- Route 22, Somerset County
While these arterial roadways are located near some of the most densely populated areas of New Jersey, they are not pedestrian-friendly. They were designed to keep traffic moving along at speeds of 40 mph or greater, not to ensure the safety of pedestrians.
We Fight to Protect the Rights of Injured Pedestrians and Bicyclists in Mercer County NJ
Our personal injury lawyers have handled numerous pedestrian and bicycle accident cases over the years with outstanding results. If you or a loved one is injured, be confident in the knowledge that our attorneys will offer you comfort and assurance that your case is a priority and that the results will not only be appropriate to your needs but will exceed your expectations.
Contact our Trenton NJ Bike Accident Attorneys for a Free Consultation
If you or someone close to you has been injured in a bicycle or pedestrian accident, we are here to help you pursue compensation for your losses. Contact us online or by telephone to arrange a consultation with an experienced New Jersey bike accident lawyer.