Princeton NJ Motorcycle Accident Product Defects Lawyers

Motorcycle Accident Injury Lawyers with Offices in Mercer County, New Jersey

You trust motorcycle manufacturers and distributors to provide you with a safe bike, as well as safe bike parts. When a flaw or defect in a motorcycle part is not noticed by the manufacturer or the distributor, the result could be a serious motorcycle accident. Product defects are one of the major causes of motorcycle accidents in the State of New Jersey. Additionally, product defects on motorcycles are uniquely dangerous because motorcyclists are already at great risk of injury. Even a minor error in the design or manufacture of a motorcycle can have deadly consequences.

Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson is a well-regarded law firm with a rich tradition in New Jersey. Our personal injury lawyers have been assisting motorcycle accident victims in Hamilton, Hightstown, and everywhere else in Mercer County, NJ since 1972. Additionally, our litigation team includes a New Jersey Certified Civil Trial Attorney so we definitely understand the nuances of the law and know our way around a courtroom. Call KCR today to discuss your motorcycle accident case and explore your legal options.

Types of Defective Motorcycle Accidents in Mercer County NJ

An unsafe tire can cause severe injuries when the motorcycle driver loses control of their bike as the result of a tire blowout. In fact, many single-vehicle motorcycle accidents are caused by misalignment of the tires. When the tires are not properly aligned, the front end of the motorcycle can begin to shake or wobble. If the motorcycle begins to shake while being driven at an extremely high speed, the driver can easily lose control of the bike.

Other common motorcycle defects include brake failure and a stalled engine. If a defective motorcycle part caused your motorcycle accident, you might need to file a product liability claim in order to get compensation for your injuries.

Liability for Defective Motorcycles in Lawrence NJ

Motorcycle manufacturers need to be held responsible for defective products because lives are literally at risk when an unsafe motorcycle is manufactured and sold to the general public. Generally speaking, manufacturers of any product owe a legal responsibility to direct users of the product and any reasonably foreseeable users of the product. Motorcycle manufacturers have a legal responsibility to provide safe products to consumers. Additionally, when a manufacturer detects a design defect, they need to recall the product so that the defect can be fixed. This also means that the manufacturer needs to notify consumers, in the form of a public report, about the recall.

Securing Compensation for Defective Motorcycle Accidents in Trenton New Jersey

If your motorcycle accident was caused by a design defect or a manufacturing defect, you need to consider filing a claim for damages against all potentially liable parties. Depending upon the circumstances of your accident, you can potentially sue the manufacturer of the motorcycle or the manufacturer of the parts used on the motorcycle. You might also be able to sue the retailer. If a motorcycle part was recalled, the retailer who sold you the part might be liable.

Unfortunately, product liability claims are incredibly complex and difficult to pursue. It is important to have an experienced motorcycle accident attorney on your side because motorcycle accidents present unique legal issues. Your attorney should be educated on the engineering and technology of motorcycles so that they can accurately assess the role that the vehicle’s safety features played in the accident.

Call a Hamilton NJ Motorcycle Accident Defective Products Attorney Today

Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson is prepared to do whatever it takes to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve. Call KCR now to discuss your motorcycle accident product liability claim with one of our experienced attorneys. You can also fill out the online contact form to schedule a free consultation at our offices in Trenton or Pennington, NJ.

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