When motorcycles are struck by cars and trucks driven by negligent motorists, the result is almost always catastrophic injury or death. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclists are 15 times more likely to die in an accident than a passenger in a car crash.
Experienced Attorneys With A Reputation For Excellence
At Godosky & Gentile, we serve the needs of motorcyclists who have been injured or families who have lost a loved one due to the negligence of a motorist. Whether a car or truck driver "didn't see" you or your loved one, or the accident was caused by failure to yield, speeding, an improper lane change or other careless behavior, our dedicated team of litigators can advocate for your rights.
We have been named as a Tier One firm — the highest ranking — by U.S. News & World Report's Best Law Firms publication. This is a designation reserved for a select few firms throughout the nation. We have a tremendous reputation as successful trial lawyers and are respected by our peers in the legal community, who often refer their most complex cases to our skilled legal team.
A Record Of Accomplishment In Motorcycle Accident Cases
Our litigators have achieved multimillion-dollar settlements on behalf of injured motorcyclists and their families in New York. Some pertinent examples include:
- A $3.2 million settlement for a female passenger on motorcycle involved in an auto accident causing skull fracture, brain injury, fractured ribs and hearing loss.
- A $1.3 million settlement for a 69-year-old man on motorcycle involved in an auto accident causing leg amputation.
See our Noteworthy Cases page to view more favorable outcomes that our Bronx motorcycle accident attorneys have achieved for our clients in New York City and throughout the surrounding region.
Contact Our Firm
Call our Bronx office at 800-538-1768 or fill out our online form to arrange a consultation with our accomplished attorneys. We serve clients in all boroughs of New York City and throughout the tri-state region.