AHC Injury Law delivers legal solutions to individuals in Bridgeport and the neighboring communities. The law firm handles personal injury cases, including those that involve motor vehicle accidents. It provides counsel and representation to bikers figuring in accidents involving commercial vehicles, private cars, and semi-tractor-trailer combinations. AHC Injury Law helps clients by acting as the bridge connecting injury and compensation. One of the partners at the firm, Robert B. Adelman, holds lectures on topics such as personal injury damages and medical negligence.
1000 Lafayette Blvd, Bridgeport, CT 06604
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Bert McDowell Injury Law legally represents riders injured in motorcycle accidents in Bridgeport. The firm takes charge of filing claims, assessing vehicle damages, and dealing with the at-fault parties. The other motor vehicle cases the firm handles involve cars, Uber vehicles, and drunk driving accidents. In addition, it represents individuals in cases of medical malpractice and catastrophic injuries. McDowell has received the 40 Under 40 recognition from both the National Trial Lawyers and the Connecticut Magazine.
1450 Barnum Ave Suite 201, Bridgeport, CT 06610
Bridgeport, CT 06610
The Flood Law Firm LLC has an office in Bridgeport that represents injured residents involved in automobile accidents. Its attorneys handle cases of motorcycle accidents, collisions caused by intoxicated drivers, and vehicle rollovers. They handle various parts of the claim process, like filing court paperwork and dealing with insurance companies so that clients can focus on recovery. Its attorney, Brian Flood, has been practicing personal injury law for over 15 years. He has tried over 100 cases to verdict throughout his career.
1087 Broad Street, Bridgeport, CT 06604
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Motorcycles are more dangerous than cars because they lack any protection for the rider in the event of an accident. Motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die in a crash and more than five times more likely to be injured than those riding in enclosed vehicles. Because of their small size, motorcycles’ lack of visibility is a major contributing factor in collisions with other vehicles. Motorcycles are also more vulnerable to weather conditions and road hazards than other automobiles.