Motorcyclist Killed in Middle Township Route 47 Accident

A four vehicle crash on September 12, 2010 in Middle Township’s Goshen section killed a Gloucester County motorcyclist and injured six other people as reported in the pressofAtlanticCity.com.

The twenty five year old driver, a resident of the Gibbstown section of Greenwich Township, was traveling north on Route 47 at about 2:30 p.m. when two southbound vehicles collided, then struck him.

Apparently one of the vehicles had been stopped waiting to turn onto Bucks Avenue when another vehicle hit this vehicle from behind. This caused the vehicles to be propelled into a northbound Jeep Cherokee as well as into the motorcyclist. Tragically the motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.

Because there were multiple vehicles involved here, it is crucial that a knowledgeable New Jersey motorcycle accident attorney get involved as soon as possible. There may be liability that can be assessed against multiple drivers. This is crucial because the more parties that are involved, the better the chances of getting the deceased man’s estate compensated as fully as possible.

New Jersey motorcycle crashes also present unique challenges that should be handled by an experienced New Jersey motorcycle collision attorney. The policies that insure motorcycles in New Jersey are different than an automobile policy and it is crucial that an experienced New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyer be involved from the beginning to ensure that all of the plaintiff’s rights and entitlements are adequately protected.

If you or one of your loved ones have been involved in a New Jersey motorcycle collision, call one of the experienced New Jersey motorcycle accident attorneys at Lependorf & Silverstein as soon as possible. Our attorneys will aggressively pursue your claim and make sure that your legal rights are protected. Call (609) 240-0040 today.