Obtain Justice with Our Personal Injury Lawyers
Though motorcyclists have every right to travel the streets and highways of New York, they are at a distinct disadvantage. Other drivers often do not see motorcyclists, and when there is a collision, a motorcyclist lacks the protective shell that a vehicle provides. The result can be serious injuries such as head and spinal cord damage, and broken bones.
Helping You Rebuild Your Life
At Sullivan & Brill, LLP, our mission is helping accident victims rebuild their lives. Our motorcycle accident lawyers work diligently to help our clients obtain fair compensation for their losses and the financial resources needed for medical care, rehabilitation therapy, and other expenses.
When you choose us to handle your case, we will have an investigator on the scene quickly to determine how the accident happened and to establish the liability of the responsible party. We will work with the accident victim's doctor or other medical specialists to determine the motorcyclist's medical needs. We will make a full accounting of the victim's economic and noneconomic losses and seek the best possible jury award or settlement.
Creating a Life-Care Plan
Our personal injury law firm has experience in cases involving injuries typically caused by motorcycle accidents such as traumatic brain injury and spinal cord damage. When we represent you, one of our primary goals will be to help you obtain the medical care and rehabilitation services you need to recover.
If your case involves catastrophic injuries, we will ask a life-care planner to join the legal effort. This medical professional will conduct a series of interviews with the accident victim, family members, and other key people. Based on these investigations, the planner will then create a comprehensive outline of the specific medical care needs, rehabilitation services, and personal services the injured person will need for the remainder of his or her life. Sullivan & Brill, LLP will then seek the financial resources to pay for these services, as well as compensation for lost income, pain and suffering, and other compensable damages.