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Take action today on your motorcycle accident lawsuit

At Newman & Newman, we want to get you maximum compensation and medical treatment for your injury as soon as possible, so it is integral to reach out immediately because a delay can hurt your case. We also understand the physical and emotional trauma that can result from motorcycle accidents. Our experienced injury lawyers are dedicated to helping victims of motorcycle accidents seek justice and compensation for their injuries.

Let us help you understand your legal rights and options, gather evidence and build a strong case, negotiate with insurance companies and defendants, secure fair compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and more.

Take the first step towards justice and closure. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and learn how we can help. Call, email, or fill out our online form today. Let us be your advocates and help you move forward after a motorcycle accident.

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  • What is a personal injury lawsuit?
    A personal injury lawsuit is a legal dispute that arises when one person suffers harm from an accident or injury, and someone else might be legally responsible for that harm. The responsible person’s insurance company will typically pay money to the injured person for medical bills, pain and suffering, and other ongoing medical expenses.
  • Do I need a lawyer to file a personal injury lawsuit?
    While you are not required to have a lawyer to file a personal injury lawsuit, navigating the legal system and negotiating with insurance companies can be complex. Our experienced personal injury lawyers at Newman & Newman can help you understand your rights, assess the value of your claim, and advocate on your behalf to ensure you receive fair compensation.
  • How long do I have to file a personal injury lawsuit?
    The time limit for filing a personal injury lawsuit, known as the statute of limitations, varies by state. It typically ranges from one to four years from the date of the injury. It’s crucial to file your lawsuit within this period, or you may be barred from taking legal action.
  • How do I know if I have a personal injury case?
    You may have a personal injury case if you've been hurt due to someone else's negligence or wrongful action. Common types of personal injury claims include car accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice, and workplace injuries. Consulting with our personal injury attorneys here at Newman & Newman, we can help you determine if you have a viable case.
  • What can I recover in a personal injury lawsuit?
    In a personal injury lawsuit, damages are paid to the injured person by the person or company found to be legally responsible for the accident. Damages may include medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and loss of future earning capacity. Punitive damages may also be awarded in cases of gross negligence.
  • What is considered a wrongful death?
    A wrongful death occurs when a person dies due to the negligence or misconduct of another party. It can arise from various situations like car accidents, medical malpractice, workplace hazards, or even criminal activities. The law allows the deceased's estate or family members to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for their loss.
  • What specific services does Newman & Newman offer for wrongful death cases?
    Newman & Newman is committed to providing compassionate and expert legal representation for families who have suffered the loss of a loved one due to wrongful death. Our firm offers a range of services specifically tailored to wrongful death cases, including thorough investigation and analysis of the circumstances surrounding the death, identifying liable parties, pursuing compensation for medical expenses, funeral costs, and loss of income, and seeking justice through litigation if necessary. We understand the emotional and financial impact of wrongful death and strive to support our clients throughout the legal process while aggressively advocating for their rights and the memory of their loved one.
  • What can a personal injury attorney do in the case of wrongful death?
    A personal injury attorney at Newman & Newman can represent the family members of the deceased in a wrongful death case. We understand that losing a loved one due to someone else's negligence or misconduct is incredibly difficult, and we are here to provide compassionate and dedicated legal support during this challenging time. Our attorneys can help the family seek compensation for medical and funeral expenses, loss of income, and emotional pain and suffering. We will also work to hold the responsible party accountable for their actions through negotiation or litigation. At Newman & Newman, we are committed to advocating for our clients and fighting for the justice they deserve in wrongful death cases.
  • What are the steps involved in filing a wrongful death lawsuit with Newman & Newman?
    A wrongful death lawsuit, which occurs when a person dies due to the legal fault of another person or entity, requires careful navigation of the legal system. At Newman & Newman, our experienced attorneys will first gather all necessary evidence related to the case, which may include medical records, police reports, and witness statements. Next, we will work closely with the family of the deceased to file the necessary paperwork and meet any statute of limitations deadlines. Throughout the process, we will provide compassionate support and expert legal advice to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients. Whether through negotiation or litigation, our goal is to secure justice and fair compensation for the devastating loss of a loved one.
  • What kind of damages can be recovered?
    Damages in a wrongful death lawsuit can include both economic and non-economic losses. Economic damages cover measurable losses like funeral expenses, medical bills related to the deceased's final illness or injury, and lost income or support. Non-economic damages refer to more subjective losses, such as emotional distress, loss of companionship, and the pain and suffering endured by the deceased before their death.
  • Can I claim compensation for a pedestrian accident?
    Yes, if you have been involved in a pedestrian accident, you may be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries and related expenses. As personal injury attorneys at Newman & Newman, we specialize in representing pedestrian accident victims and helping them navigate the legal process to seek the compensation they deserve. Our experienced team will work closely with you to gather evidence, build a strong case, and advocate for your rights in settlement negotiations or in court. It's important to seek legal advice as soon as possible after the accident to protect your rights and increase the chances of a successful claim.
  • What steps should I immediately take following a pedestrian accident?
    Following a pedestrian accident, your first priority should always be your physical well-being. Seek medical attention immediately if you have been injured. If possible, gather as much information as you can at the scene of the accident, including the contact information of any witnesses, and take photographs of the accident location and any visible injuries. It is also important to file a police report and to not give any statements to insurance companies until you have sought legal advice. Contact our experienced team at Newman & Newman as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected and to receive the guidance and support you need during this challenging time.
  • Should I negotiate with the other person's insurance company by myself?
    While you might be contacted by the other person's insurance company following a pedestrian accident, navigating these negotiations on your own can be challenging and may result in a lower compensation than you deserve. Insurance companies often aim to minimize payouts. Therefore, it's advisable to seek representation from our experienced pedestrian accident lawyers who can handle communications and negotiations on your behalf, ensuring that your rights are protected and you receive fair compensation for your injuries.
  • How do I know if I have a legal case in a pedestrian accident?
    If you have been involved in a pedestrian accident, there are several factors to consider when determining if you have a legal case. These include whether the accident was caused by the negligence of another party, if you sustained injuries as a result of the accident, and if there is evidence to support your claim. At Newman & Newman, we specialize in personal injury cases, including those involving pedestrian accidents. Our team of experienced attorneys can help you assess the details of your situation and determine if you have a viable legal case.
  • Who is liable for a pedestrian accident?
    In the case of a pedestrian accident, liability can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the accident. Factors such as the actions of the pedestrian, the driver involved, and any third parties may all play a role in determining liability. At Newman & Newman, we specialize in personal injury cases, including pedestrian accidents. Our experienced attorneys will work to thoroughly investigate the accident, gather evidence, and determine liability. Whether it's a distracted driver, a poorly designed crosswalk, or any other contributing factors, we will fight to hold the responsible parties accountable and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
  • What makes a vehicle eligible for Lemon Law protection?
    For a vehicle to fall under the protection of Lemon Laws, several criteria must be met. The vehicle must manifest a considerable defect covered by the manufacturer's warranty, with the problem first appearing within a certain period or mileage following the vehicle's purchase or lease. This defect should remain unresolved despite multiple efforts to repair it by the manufacturer or an authorized dealer. Additionally, the vehicle must have been out of service for repairs for a total period exceeding a predefined number of days, underlining the severity of the defect's impact. Central to a vehicle's qualification is that the defect significantly impairs its use, value, or safety, a criterion that varies by state Lemon Laws.
  • Can I file a claim for a used car?
    Yes, some states extend Lemon Law protections to used vehicles, though the criteria and coverage can vary significantly from those for new vehicles. Check your state's specifics regarding used vehicles.
  • What if my claim is denied?
    If your Lemon Law claim is denied, you might still have options, including arbitration, mediation, or filing a lawsuit. The specifics can vary by state and the terms of your warranty. Our attorneys can provide guidance on the best course of action.
  • What is the Lemon Law, and how does it relate to personal injury cases?
    The Lemon Law is a statute that provides protection to consumers who purchase or lease defective vehicles, often referred to as "lemons." If you have experienced significant issues with a vehicle that have not been successfully repaired by the manufacturer or dealership, you may be entitled to legal recourse under the Lemon Law. While the Lemon Law specifically pertains to defective vehicles, it can also intersect with personal injury cases if the defects in the vehicle directly contribute to an accident or injury. If you have been injured due to a vehicle malfunction or defect, Newman & Newman can provide expertise in navigating the intersection of personal injury law and Lemon Law to help you seek rightful compensation for your injuries. Our experienced attorneys understand the complexities of both Lemon Law and personal injury cases, and can provide the guidance and representation you need to pursue a successful claim.
  • What are common issues that lead to Lemon Law claims?
    Lemon Law claims often arise from persistent and significant vehicle defects that directly impact drivability, safety, and overall functionality. These include ongoing engine or transmission problems, electrical system glitches, especially those concerning the car's onboard computer, and continual brake issues posing safety risks. Other frequent causes encompass steering or suspension troubles making the car hard to control, recurring air conditioning or heating system failures, persistent water leaks after multiple repair attempts, and serious paint or body flaws not corrected to the owner's satisfaction. Essentially, any problem that substantially hinders the vehicle's use, value, or safety can potentially lead to a Lemon Law claim.
  • Against whom can an elder abuse lawsuit be filed?
    An elder abuse lawsuit can be filed against the individual perpetrator of the abuse. Additionally, if the abuse occurred within an institutional setting, such as a hospital, church, or senior living facility, the organization itself may also be liable, especially if it failed to take reasonable steps to prevent abuse or negligently hired or supervised the perpetrator.
  • How does Newman & Newman handle cases of elder abuse?
    Newman & Newman takes cases of elder abuse very seriously and is dedicated to seeking justice for victims and holding abusers accountable. Our team of experienced personal injury attorneys understands the sensitive nature of these cases and provides compassionate, personalized legal representation to our clients. We work tirelessly to gather evidence, consult with experts, and build a strong case to pursue compensation for damages such as medical expenses, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. Our priority is to support the victims and their families throughout the legal process, advocating for their rights and pursuing the best possible outcome. We are committed to serving as a voice for those who have been harmed by the negligence or intentional actions of others, and we strive to bring about positive change in the lives of our clients.
  • Are elder abuse lawsuits confidential?
    Yes, elder abuse lawsuits are typically confidential to protect the privacy and dignity of the individuals involved. At Newman & Newman, we understand the sensitive nature of elder abuse cases and prioritize the confidentiality of our clients. We take every necessary step to ensure that our clients' personal information and legal matters are kept private and secure.
  • What constitutes elder abuse in a legal context?
    Elder abuse, in legal terms, encompasses a wide range of wrongful acts that result in harm or potential harm to an elderly adult. This includes physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect. The legal definition can vary by jurisdiction, but it fundamentally revolves around actions or failures to act that result in injury, potential injury, or significant risk of harm to an elderly person.
  • Who can file a lawsuit for elder abuse?
    In cases of elder abuse, a lawsuit can be filed by the victim themselves, their legal guardian, or a family member acting on behalf of the victim. Whether the abuse occurred in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or at the hands of a caregiver, our team is here to advocate for the rights of elderly individuals and pursue the compensation they deserve.
  • Who is responsible in a motorcycle accident?
    In the event of a motorcycle accident, determining responsibility depends on various factors such as traffic laws, negligence, and the specific circumstances of the accident. Newman & Newman, as experienced personal injury attorneys, can help investigate the accident to determine liability. Whether it's due to another driver's negligence, poor road conditions, or a defective motorcycle part, our firm will work tirelessly to hold the responsible party accountable and seek fair compensation for the injured motorcyclist.
  • What actions should I take if I've been involved in a motorcycle accident?
    If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, the first and most important step is to seek medical attention for any injuries sustained. Once you have received proper medical care, it is crucial to contact experienced personal injury attorneys, like Newman & Newman, who specializes in motorcycle accidents. Our team understands the unique challenges and complexities of motorcycle accident cases, and we will work to protect your rights and seek the compensation you deserve. It is also important to gather any evidence from the accident, such as photos, contact information of witnesses, and the police report, to support your case. Avoid discussing the details of the accident with insurance companies or other parties involved until you have consulted with our attorneys.
  • Should I try to negotiate with the other person involved in the motorcycle accident myself?
    It is not recommended to negotiate with the other party involved in a motorcycle accident without the guidance of an experienced personal injury attorney. At Newman & Newman, we understand the complexities of personal injury cases and the tactics insurance companies often use to minimize compensation. Attempting to negotiate on your own could result in you receiving less than you deserve, or saying things that may be used against you later on. Our team of skilled personal injury lawyers is well-versed in advocating for the rights of motorcycle accident victims, handling negotiations, and ensuring you receive fair and just compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.
  • What remedies are available for a motorcycle accident?
    When you've been involved in a motorcycle accident, there are several potential remedies available to you. At Newman & Newman, we specialize in personal injury law and can provide expert guidance on the options that may be available to you. These options may include seeking compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, property damage, and any other costs related to the accident. Our team can also help you determine if you are eligible for damages as a result of negligence by another party, such as a driver or manufacturer. We understand the unique challenges that motorcycle accident victims face and will work diligently to build a strong case on your behalf.
  • What should I do immediately after a motorcycle accident?
    After a motorcycle accident, there are several crucial steps to take. First, ensure that everyone involved in the accident is safe and seek medical attention for any injuries. It is also important to contact the police and file a report, as well as exchange information with the other parties involved. Additionally, take photos of the accident scene, including the vehicles, any visible injuries, and road conditions. It is important to gather contact information from any witnesses as well. Once these immediate steps are taken, it is vital to seek legal advice from reputable personal injury attorneys, such as Newman & Newman.
  • What is a slip and fall accident?
    A slip and fall accident occurs when a person falls and suffers harm due to a dangerous or hazardous condition on someone else's property. These incidents can happen indoors or outdoors and result from various factors, including wet floors, uneven surfaces, or inadequate lighting.
  • How can Newman & Newman help me with my slip and fall case?
    The experienced attorneys at Newman & Newman are dedicated to helping victims of slip and fall accidents seek justice and fair compensation. We will guide you through the entire legal process, from investigating the incident and gathering evidence to negotiating with insurance companies and representing you in court, if necessary.
  • How long do I have to file a claim for a slip and fall incident?
    The time limit, or statute of limitations, for filing a slip and fall claim varies by state. It is imperative to act quickly to ensure that your claim is filed within the legal time frame. Missing this deadline can disqualify you from receiving compensation.
  • Who is liable for a slip and fall accident?
    Liability in a slip and fall case often hinges on whether the property owner or occupier acted negligently by failing to ensure the safety of the premises. If it's determined that the property owner knew or should have known about the hazardous condition and neglected to address it, they could be held responsible for the injuries sustained.
  • What should I do after a slip and fall accident?
    After a slip and fall accident, it's essential to seek medical attention for your injuries. Then, if possible, document the scene of the accident by taking photos of the hazardous condition and collecting contact information from witnesses. Lastly, consider consulting with our personal injury attorneys here at Newman & Newman to discuss your legal options.
  • Can I claim compensation if I'm somewhat at fault for the vehicle accident?
    Yes, you might still be eligible for compensation under the comparative negligence rule, which allows for the possibility of recovering damages even if you're partially at fault. However, your compensation might be reduced by your percentage of fault in the accident.
  • Who will cover the medical bills for my injuries?
    Typically, the at-fault driver's insurance is expected to cover your medical expenses. However, the reality can be complex, depending on insurance policies and the accident details. We at Newman & Newman can help negotiate with insurance companies to strive for coverage of your medical costs.
  • I feel fine after the accident. Should I still see a doctor?
    Absolutely. Injuries from vehicle accidents, such as whiplash, may not be immediately evident. It's vital to see a healthcare provider as soon as possible to ensure any hidden injuries are treated and documented. These records could be critical to your case.
  • How soon after the accident should I contact a lawyer?
    Contacting a lawyer as soon as you're able can be incredibly beneficial to your case. At Newman & Newman, we recommend reaching out to us once you have reported the accident and sought medical attention. Early legal advice can prevent costly mistakes and increase the likelihood of a favorable outcome.
  • How does Newman & Newman determine if I have a case?
    Our experienced attorneys will review the specifics of the accident, including police reports, medical records, and any available witness statements. With this information, we assess the strength of your case, including potential fault and damages, to advise on the best legal path forward.
  • Are all employees covered by workers’ compensation?
    Most employees are covered from the first day of employment. However, there are exceptions, including but not limited to, independent contractors, volunteers, and in some cases, agricultural workers. The definition of an employee eligible for workers' compensation varies by state.
  • How can Newman & Newman help with my workplace injury?
    Our attorneys can help by evaluating your case, ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the claims process, and appealing denied claims. If a third-party claim or lawsuit against your employer is viable, our attorneys can pursue the maximum compensation available to you. For personalized advice and representation, reach out to Newman & Newman. Our team is dedicated to advocating for the rights of workers injured on the job.
  • Can I sue my employer for a workplace injury?
    In most cases, workers' compensation laws prohibit lawsuits against employers for workplace injuries. However, there are exceptions. If your employer intentionally caused your injury, or if your employer does not carry workers’ compensation insurance when required to do so, you might have grounds for a lawsuit. Every situation is unique, so consulting with our attorneys can provide clarity.
  • What steps should I take if I'm injured at work?
    Immediately report the injury to your supervisor or employer. Depending on your state, there may be a limited window to report the injury to receive workers' compensation benefits. Seek medical treatment promptly and ensure that the medical provider understands that your injury is work-related. Lastly, consider consulting with our attorneys to understand your rights and ensure proper handling of your claim.
  • What is workers’ compensation, and how does it work?
    Workers' compensation is a form of insurance providing wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of employment. It is designed to eliminate the need for litigation by providing a direct path to benefits. However, by accepting workers' compensation, employees typically forfeit the right to sue their employer.
  • What can victims of a truck accident claim in a lawsuit?
    Victims of truck accidents can claim a variety of damages, depending on the specifics of their case and the jurisdiction in which the lawsuit is filed. Generally, these may include medical expenses for treatments related to the accident, lost wages if the injury has impacted the victim's ability to work, and pain and suffering, which covers both physical pain and emotional distress. In cases of egregious negligence, punitive damages might also be awarded, aimed at punishing the defendant and deterring similar conduct in the future.
  • Who can be held liable for a truck accident?
    In the case of a truck accident, multiple parties can be held liable depending on the specific circumstances. This can include the truck driver, the trucking company, the manufacturer or distributor of the truck or its parts, and even other negligent drivers on the road. At Newman & Newman, we understand the complex nature of truck accident cases and have the expertise to thoroughly investigate and determine all liable parties. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that all responsible parties are held accountable for their actions.
  • How long does a truck accident lawsuit take?
    The duration of a truck accident lawsuit can vary widely depending on the complexity of the case, the amount of evidence, the willingness of the parties to reach a settlement, and the court's schedule. Some cases may be resolved in a few months through settlements, while others might take several years if they go to trial.
  • How long do I have to file a truck accident lawsuit?
    The time limit for filing a truck accident lawsuit, known as the statute of limitations, varies by state. Typically, the timeframe can range from one to six years from the date of the injury. It's crucial to consult our attorneys as soon as possible after your injury to ensure your lawsuit is filed within the appropriate time limits.
  • What qualifies as a truck accident lawsuit, and how can I determine if I have a case?
    A truck accident lawsuit typically involves a collision or any incident involving a commercial truck, such as a semi-truck, tractor-trailer, or big rig. These lawsuits can arise from various causes, including driver negligence, faulty equipment, or violations of trucking regulations. To determine if you have a case, you should consider factors such as the severity of the injuries sustained, the extent of property damage, and the negligence of the truck driver or other parties involved. It's crucial to seek legal counsel from Newman & Newman, who specialize in personal injury claims, particularly those involving truck accidents. We can assess the specifics of your situation and determine the viability of your case, providing expert guidance and representation throughout the legal process.

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