Motor Vehicle Accidents
With so many people rushing to work and driving while distracted, it is not surprising that car and motorcycle accident cases account for a large portion of our personal injury practice. Our dedicated legal team serves residents throughout western New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and the greater Lehigh Valley, and our car and motorcycle accident attorneys provide the resources, experience, and personal attention accident victims need.
Car accident cases typically hinge on the principle of reasonable care. Every driver on the road is expected to exercise reasonable care while operating a vehicle – failure to do so is considered negligence. As in any personal injury case, negligent parties are responsible for the damage they inflict.
Often, insurance companies attempt to deny or avoid paying rightful claims in the full amount. The majority of insurance companies avoid paying claims whenever they believe they can get away with it. Our attorneys can help you get your vehicle repaired or replaced and pursue compensation for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other damages.
If you were involved in an accident in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, our motor vehicle accident attorneys can review your case and help you collect the compensation you deserve.
Motorcyclists have to contend with even more dangers than other motorists, and they are much more likely to be injured or killed in an accident than other drivers.
If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, it is important to choose a lawyer who has handled similar cases in the past and is familiar with the complexities of this type of case. Some laws that govern motorcycle accidents are different than those related to auto accidents, requiring knowledgeable representation to protect your legal rights.
Winegar, Wilhelm, Glynn & Roemersma handles motorcycle accident cases throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Our motorcycle accident attorneys have experience advocating for motorcyclists, and we can help ensure that you are treated fairly.
Defective Auto Equipment
Defective auto equipment can cause your vehicle to unexpectedly malfunction, leading to accidents, injuries, or even death. The defects may be a result of either manufacturing or design errors, and a number of parties may be held responsible for any damages that result.
If you or a loved on has been injured in a vehicle accident, and you suspect that defective equipment was involved, contact our attorneys to see if you are able to take legal action.
Manufacturers are responsible for making vehicles that meet minimum safety and crashworthiness requirements. When defective vehicles cause or contribute to accidents, injury, or death, the manufacturer may be held liable.
If you believe your vehicle may be defective, contact our attorneys to discuss the details.