Clifton, NJ – Motorcycle Accident with Serious Injuries on Route 3New Jersey Legal News
Clifton, NJ (July 13, 2019) – On Friday, police responded to the scene of a motorcycle accident that took place on Route 3 and led to serious injuries.
Police claim that, after the accident, the eastbound lanes of the highway were closed for quite some time due to its severity.
The victim, whose identity has not yet been released, was taken to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center after he was found to be in serious condition at the scene.
Police have not yet confirmed the circumstances leading up to the collision but their investigation continues at this time.
Our sincerest thoughts are warmly extended to the motorcyclist who was injured in this accident.
Motorcycle Accidents in New Jersey
Motorcycle accidents are some of the most serious types of collisions that take place on New Jersey roads, especially when they involve other vehicles. In a previous year alone, it was found that 15% more motorcycle accidents took place on our roads. Being injured in one of these accidents can lead to serious results, such as brain trauma, organ damage, spinal injuries, and more. Our motorcycle accident attorneys understand what you have gone through and are here at this time.
At Brady, Brady & Reilly, we want you to know how imperative it is to have the experience and dedication of an attorney on your side who has handled many cases like these in the past. We understand that you might feel overwhelmed and might not want to handle your case alone. Please reach out to us for the help you deserve at this time at (201) 997-0030.
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