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Motorcycle And Bicycle Injuries In Connecticut And Rhode Island

Sharing our long-established roads – some dating back to more than two centuries – with larger vehicles while riding a motorcycle, bicycle or walking can prove dangerous. Without the same level of protection as a car or truck, a cyclist or pedestrian can suffer severe injuries in an accident caused by the inattention of a motorist. After an accident, turn to a lawyer who will fight for your best interests.

Ensuring Clients Are Treated Fairly

Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., has represented clients in New London County and the surrounding Connecticut communities in Middlesex and Windham counties and Washington County in Rhode Island for more than 50 years. Our experienced litigation department – headed by attorney Eric J. Garofano – fights to ensure clients receive just compensation for their injuries as well as their pain and suffering.

Clients may not fully appreciate the severity of motorcycle and bicycle injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. The root cause of a sore back may be a herniated disc that only grows worse and requires surgery a year after an accident. Agreeing to an insurance company settlement before understanding the true extent of an injury is a common mistake.

We represent clients in motor vehicle-related cases such as those who have suffered the following:

  • Spinal cord injuries requiring operations
  • Lower back injuries, including strains, fractured vertebrae and herniated discs
  • Mild, moderate and severe traumatic brain injuries that can have long-term effects
  • Soft tissue injuries resulting from severe whiplash
  • Injuries to the knees, shoulders and extremities.

Our trial lawyers have significant jury trial experience. Whether a client was left quadriplegic after a pedestrian accident or a family in a tragic bicycle accident, our tenacious litigators will not stop until they have obtained the most favorable result if you suffered from motorcycle and bicycle injuries.