1. Can I try to settle with the insurance company myself?
    All NH motor vehicle insurance policies include "Med Pay," and MA polices include "PIP". Med Pay and PIP cover the cost of medical treatment related to a crash regardless of who is at fault. A car crash attorney can help coordinate your different insurance policies to maximize your benefits.
  2. How should I pay for the medical bills from my crash?
    All NH motor vehicle insurance policies include "Med Pay" coverage, and MA polices include "PIP". Med Pay and PIP are specifically to cover the cost of medical treatment related to a crash. A car crash attorney can help coordinate your different insurance policies to maximize your benefits.

Car Crash Attorney

McKenna Law, PLLC represents individuals injured in all types of motor vehicle crashes including crashes involving drunk drivers, truck accidents, pedestrian/auto injuries, bicycle/auto crashes, and motorcycle accidents. If you were injured in a crash, you should have an experienced motor vehicle accident attorney working for you.
Motorcycle Crashes
In 2015 the number of deaths in New Hampshire resulting from motorcycle crashes jumped 50% from 2014. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Insurance Information Institute, motorcyclists are about 5 times more likely to be injured and 27 times more likely to die in a crash than a passenger in an automobile per each mile traveled. Despite the increased risk of injury to motorcyclists, motorcycle crash cases have special challenges due to the perceptions some people have about motorcycles and riders.

Even when motorcyclists are careful and take extra precautions, too often, motorcyclists become victims of distracted drivers simply due to a failure on the driver’s part to properly look for motorcycles. Other common biking accident scenarios include: failure to yield to the right of way; colliding with motorcycles at stop signs or traffic signals; and side-swiping motor cycles on busy streets.

If you were injured in a motorcycle crash that was the fault of another driver, you may have a claim for damages under New Hampshire personal injury laws and rules of the road, and should contact a lawyer who has experience handling motorcycle cases. New Hampshire law requires drivers to use reasonable care and caution.