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  • Michael S. Levine has been practicing law for 28 years, following his 1985 admission to a number of state and federal bars, including the bars of New York and New Jersey; the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey; and the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

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Long Island Motorcycle Accident Attorney

When you're on your bike, you have no metal surrounding you, no protection — only the air and the sound of the engine. While this is one of the most enjoyable aspects of motorcycle riding, it is also what makes motorcyclists vulnerable to serious injury. If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, you need an attorney who understands the hazards that motorcyclists face. As a motorcyclist and an attorney, I am dedicated to providing effective representation to injured motorcyclists in New York.

I am attorney Mike Levine, or Motorcycle Mike. I have been practicing law in the state of New York since 1985. As an avid motorcyclist, I understand the common causes of motorcycle accidents. Whether you were caught in a driver's blind spot or injured in a hit-and-run accident, I have the knowledge and experience to take on your case.

Suffolk County Bike Injury Lawyer

My clients appreciate my frank, straightforward approach. I will offer you an honest assessment of your case, help you understand what it will take for your case to be successful, and ensure that you maintain realistic expectations for the outcome. When you retain my firm, your calls will come directly to my desk — you will not speak to a paralegal or other support staff member before speaking to me.

A Proud Member Of New York's Community Of Motorcyclists

As a member of New York's biker community, I believe it is imperative to give back to the community. I participate in motorcycle charity events and rides throughout the season. I host motorcycle events for charities, such as Jacob's Light, an organization committed to sending care packages to the men and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the Rev-for-Dev Foundation.

Contact Motorcycle Mike | Serving New York Motorcyclists' Legal Needs

Schedule a free initial consultation with a Long Island motorcycle accident lawyer by calling my office in Suffolk County at 866-639-5567.

Motorcycle Mike Blog

  • Motorcycle Mike Poker Run 2018
    Motorcycle Mike Esq. Presents the 7th Annual Poker Run on Sunday May 6th, 2018 All proceeds benefit the Veterans Dog Initiative of Canine Companions for Independence POKER RUN STARTS AT: Renegade...
  • The Verdict is in: $5,750,000 award given to a motorcyclist
    Four and a half years ago, a man was riding his motorcycle on a beautiful fall day on a residential road in Suffolk County, NY.  He was enjoying the ride and minding his own business. In a split...
  • What You Need to Know About Motorcycle Insurance in New York
    According to New York state law, you must carry liability motorcycle insurance on your bike to help you cover costs related to property damage and bodily injury suffered by others in a crash that...
  • Snow Blind
    Snow Blindness is a Thing A condition  commonly known as “snow blindness”  is easily caused by the reflection of sunlight off snow and ice, and can cause serious problems to your eyes. Tips to help...
    In the United States there were 5,286 deaths to motorcyclists – an increase of 257 from the previous year. Although the data for Long Island for the same year (2016) hasn’t been released yet, I’m...
  • R & D Racing Wins Nitro Harley Drags
    R&D Racing Takes the Win at the 17th Annual WPGC IDBL Bike Fest Congratulations Peter Geiss, Bob Spina and the R&D Racing team!
  • Island Outlook With Motorcycle Mike
    John Lynch of Island Outlook interviewed Motorcycle Mike about the importance of proper motorcycle insurance one should have before you head out on the highway… Give a listen- it could help...
  • Motorcycle Tires Safety Tips
    Check your Motorcycle Tires Before You Ride Spring has arrived, and most of us in New York can’t wait to jump on our motorcycles at the first sign of good riding weather.  But remember, let’s not...