Motorcycle accident

It is a sad fact that, by their very nature, motorcycle accidents are likely to cause severe injuries to their riders, and fatalities are more likely to occur as well. Indeed, in 2013, the last year for which figures are available, motorcycle fatalities in Texas were just short of the 500 mark.

In 2013, motorcyclists were 26 times more likely to die in a crash than occupants of a car, and five times more likely to be injured.

If, as a rider, you have been involved in a non-fault accident, or alternatively have been involved in an accident caused by a motorcyclist, you need the services of a specialist Dallas motorcycle accident injury lawyer. Whether you were the rider or not, if the accident was caused by the negligence or actions of a third party, you are entitled to compensation for your injuries, loss of earnings, medical bills, and for the pain and suffering that you have had to bear.

We have been handling motorcycle accident injury claims in Dallas on behalf of clients for many years, and have the experience to deal with insurers who will do their utmost to avoid payment. Insurance companies will always do their best to avoid paying claims, and will certainly seek to pay as little as possible. This is in their own interests, since the less they have to pay in claims, the more profit they make. Even when they do pay, they often delay it for as long as possible.

As specialist Dallas motorcycle accident injury lawyers, we know how to stand up to the insurance companies on behalf of our clients, and we will fight to get you every last penny that is rightfully yours. We work entirely on a contingency basis, which means that we only get paid when you do. You will never have to pay us a penny out of your own pocket.

Your free initial consultation can take place at our offices, or if you are unable to visit as a result of your injuries, we will come to you. Simply call us at 214-800-2875, or click on the Contact Us link at the top of the page.

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