Were you or someone you care about recently injured in a motorcycle accident in Vermont or New Hampshire*? It is important that you speak with a caring personal injury lawyer in Vermont to become informed about your rights and options. Attorney Dennis O. Shillen has earned an AV® Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, which is indicative of a lawyer who has been recognized for meeting the highest standards of professional excellence, ethics, and standards.
Our priority is to pursue justice while you focus on healing and recovery. Regardless of the exact cause of the accident or what defense the negligent driver may have, justice needs to be served via a personal injury claim. Our legal team has the skill and resources to pursue all necessary legal actions to recover compensation for you and your family.
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Motorcyclists are at greater risk than drivers or passengers in other cars or truck, as there is significantly less protection on a motorcycle. This exposes motorcyclists to many dangers, especially when sharing the road with negligent or reckless drivers. If you suspect or know that the accident was caused by someone else’s negligent behavior, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries as well as other damages or expenses.
Our Vermont motorcycle accident attorneys have helped many motorcyclists like yourself pursue claims to hold the driver responsible for their actions. We do not charge any fees unless we recover compensation on your behalf, leaving you to concentrate on recovery.
Are you interested in learning about our legal services and how we can assist you with your claim? If you would like to make an appointment for a free consultation with a Vermont personal injury lawyer, call our office now at (802) 243-0078.
*Not admitted to the New Hampshire Bar. In the event a New Hampshire claim requires the filing of a lawsuit in New Hampshire, the firm partners with attorneys admitted in New Hampshire to litigate the claim.