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To our fellow motorcyclists who have suffered amputation injuries in NYC accidents: You are not alone and should not suffer alone. Many bikers before you have suffered serious injuries, have recuperated and recovered and have gone on to live productive, rewarding lives again. Amputation of an arm or leg is a great loss to anyone — but it is not the end of your life. It is the beginning of a life of courage and adaptation.
Proner & Proner represents injured motorcyclists nationwide. The motorcycle injury lawyers and legal staff at Proner & Proner in New York City join with you in being grateful that you survived a motorcycle crash — and we understand how great your loss is when your arm or leg must be amputated. Phantom pains and rehabilitation are difficult challenges to live through. We are here to help you pursue and obtain compensation for your injuries.
Your practical and financial needs will most likely include the following in the weeks and months following an amputation injury after a motorcycle crash:
Beware insurance claims adjusters who may try to persuade you to accept a settlement offer before you have healed as much as you are going to. If you need repeat surgery or a new prosthesis when the first one proves unsatisfactory, you may be out of luck if you have accepted a premature “final settlement” to cover costs and losses.
If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident anywhere in the country, including New York City, contact the NYC attorneys of Proner & Proner. At our motorcycle accident law firm, our attorneys are well qualified to represent you in any accident case.
Road Rage Incident
Mitchell Proner spoke in support of NYC motorcycle riders and called on NY lawmakers and police not to overreact to a highly publicized road rage incident or to let that incident cast all motorcyclists in a bad light.
Hit and Run
Attorney Mitchell Proner was on hand when the motorist accused of hitting a female jogger on a road in Central Islip appeared in a New York courtroom to answer charges of leaving the scene of a fatal accident.
Attorney Mitchell Proner, an expert on maritime law, spoke about the similarities between the Costa Concordia ferry disaster and the recent Indonesian ferry accident that killed at least 24 people.