In Buffalo Personal Injury Blog, Motorcycle Accidents, Richard Nicotra

Clients who have recently been injured in a motorcycle accident often call me and ask, “who is responsible for my injuries if they were caused by another vehicle”.  In New York State, the person who was driving or operating the other vehicle is responsible, as well as the registered and titled owners who are vicariously liable. That means they are responsible for whatever accidents occur when they allow another person to drive their car. I advise clients as a Buffalo Motorcycle Accident Lawyer that if the driver happens to be in the course of their employment on duty working for their company, the employer may also be held responsible for the actions of that employee while they are working.

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If you were injured in a motorcycle accident that was not your fault, contact our experienced Buffalo Motorcycle Accident Lawyers for dedicated representation. We offer free consultations and would be happy to go over the facts of your case and answer any questions you have. Don’t settle for less, contact us today.

This blog was provided by Richard Nicotra, one of our experienced Buffalo Motorcycle Accident Attorneys.

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