Advice for Injured Motorcyclists
Witness evidence in motor vehicle collision cases is crucial. The party at fault for the collision usually claims that “the motorcyclist came out of nowhere.” The implication is that the motorcyclist was speeding. I use a careful questioning technique that often gets the at fault party to admit, under oath, that he could not have known what speed the motorcyclist was travelling. Witness statements from others also assist in refuting the implication that the motorcyclist was speeding.
I have handled many motorcycle collision cases. Speak to me, Joseph A. Nagy, about your specific circumstances.
Joseph A. Nagy