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Hanover Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Tens of Millions Won by Pennsylvania Personal Injury Attorneys

FACT: According to the NHTSA, motorcycle riders are 37 times more likely to die in an accident than car passengers.

While motorcycles only comprise 3 percent of U.S. vehicles, they’re involved in 14 percent of traffic fatalities. For the most part, riders are safe and conscientious travelers—the problem is often reckless, negligent drivers who don’t share the road with motorcycle riders. At Handler, Henning & Rosenberg, our Hanover motorcycle accident attorneys have been winning results for clients since 1922. When someone is struggling, we provide the aggressive and dedicated representation needed to secure their financial future. Our attorneys have proudly won tens of millions of dollars for those who have been injured by the reckless actions of another person.

If you have been injured by another party, call the Hanover motorcycle accident attorneys at HHR today at (888) 498-3023. Consultation is free, and you do not pay fees unless we obtain results.

What Causes Motorcycle Accidents?

One of the key characteristics of a motorcycle is their size. Because they take up such a small footprint, motorists fail to thoroughly look for them. Our brains naturally take shortcuts that sometimes prevent us from seeing objects we are not looking for. Unfortunately for motorcyclists, drivers are often only scanning the road for vehicles that are the same size or larger than their automobile.

Common causes of motorcycle accidents:

  • Turning left in front of a motorcycle
  • Speeding
  • Distracted driving
  • Running a red light and ignoring traffic signs
  • Failing to check blind spots while changing lanes

Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Motorcycles lack two main components that motor vehicles have: a protective cage and safety restraints. The lack of a protective enclosure means that motorcyclists are left to the mercy of physics. During a collision with a large vehicle, these physics are devastating for a rider. Additionally, motorcycles have no safety restraints. These factors add up to serious consequences for motorcyclists. Injuries from a motorcycle accident are often catastrophic, causing the long-term loss of mental or physical function. Catastrophic injuries decrease a person’s quality of life, robbing them of the ability to move and work. Without a way to make a living and with serious medical costs to cover their treatment, victims of motorcycle accidents are left financially vulnerable.

Winning Results with Over 100 Years of Combined Experience

When someone is seriously injured in a motorcycle crash, they call the Hanover motorcycle accident lawyers at Handler, Henning & Rosenberg. HHR has been representing the citizens of Pennsylvania since 1922, helping our clients recover medical costs, lost wages, and more. Our firm is embedded in the legal community of Hanover, and we are proud to have achieved the recovery of tens of millions of dollars for clients. No one have to take on medical debt, lose income, and carry other burdens while they recover from injuries caused by another person. Contact us today to find out how we can help secure your finances now and for the future.

Call HHR today to find out how we will fight for your compensation today. Consultation is free, and a member of our team is available 24/7.

Why Hire Us

  • We've been around since 1922.

  • We’ve helped over 40,000 Pennsylvanians.

  • You pay us nothing unless we win.

  • Free consultations available.

  • We’re committed to fighting for your family.

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Our Award-Winning Team Is Here To Help

At Handler, Henning & Rosenberg, we have nearly a century of experience helping our clients recover from serious accidents and injuries. During that time, we have established ourselves as leaders in the field, receiving numerous awards from both local and national organizations. This includes honors for the tens of millions of dollars that we have won, as well as recognition of our law firm's dedication to our clients.

National Trial Lawyers

Membership in The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 is by invitation-only and is comprised of the nation’s premier trial attorneys in the region.

Super Lawyers

Only 5% of attorneys in the U.S. are selected to the coveted list of Super Lawyers®, a recognition earned through nomination, independent research, and evaluation.

Million Dollar Advocates Forum

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Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum

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Mass Tort Trial Lawyers - Top 25

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Super Lawyers Rising Stars

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U.S. News-Best Lawyers® Best Law Firms

“Best Law Firms” is a ranking of law firms nationwide in 75 practice areas by U.S. News and Best Lawyers®. Our firm has been ranked Tier 1 in Harrisburg for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs.

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