In Buffalo Personal Injury Blog, Motorcycle Accidents, Richard Nicotra

As an experienced Buffalo Accident Lawyer, when I get a call from people who are involved in a motorcycle accident, one of the common questions potential clients ask is “who can be held responsible for what happened to me”, whether it be significant injuries or the death of a loved one. When involved in a motorcycle accident resulting in injury or death, any of the operators who were involved in the accident may share some fault for the happening of that accident. When you’re on a motorcycle, there are different reaction times, there are different escape routes, and there are protections that you don’t have as opposed to being in an automobile. One of the most important factors when assessing who is at fault for an accident is determining how it happened, where it happened, and when it happened. These factors are important because the time of the day, the speeds of the vehicles, the weather conditions, and all of those things can be a factor in the cause of the accident.

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Have you or someone you know been injured in a motorcycle accident?  If so, contact experienced Buffalo Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Richard Nicotra. He is a motorcycle rider himself and knows the dangers motorcyclists face on the roads. Let him fight to get the compensation you deserve for the injuries you’ve sustained. Don’t settle for less. Contact us today for a free confidential consultation.

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