Motorcycle Accidents

FAQ: If a driver forces me off the road, do I have a case?

There are three main things that make up a personal injury case. Number 1: you are not at fault. Number 2: You suffered an injury. And Number 3: there is some form of insurance to go after to recover your damages. The third factor is the key here. If someone forces you off the road

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FAQ: I was injured in a motorcycle accident, but I wasn’t wearing a helmet. Can I still recover damages from the other driver?

Yes. As a fellow rider, I know the freedom that goes without wearing a helmet while riding. However, freedom comes at a severe cost if you get in a motorcycle accident without a helmet. Assuming you take that risk and you are not at fault, you can still recover damages if you are involved in

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FAQ: How much is a good settlement for a motorcycle accident?

All cases are different, so a “good settlement” would be different on every case. There is no exact number or science to calculating a good settlement. Whether in a car accident or in a motorcycle accident, the settlement will depend on a variety of factors, including but not limited to: the facts of what happened,

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Motorcycle Accidents in Austin

Motorcycle Accidents in Austin   Motorcycle collisions often result in the most devastating injuries one can suffer when involved in a car accident in Austin. Because of the nature of motorcycle collisions with other vehicles on the roadway, the injuries to the motorcycle rider are typically catastrophic in nature.   While an individual in a

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Motorcycle Accidents in Austin

Motorcycle Accidents in Austin Sadly, Motorcycle accidents in Austin are far too common. Since motorcycles are much smaller than every auto on the road, other motorists often fail to notice them when making lane changes, overtaking from behind and when drivers pull out of private driveways or streets. As a result, thousands of motorcycle accidents

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Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents are often severe, due to the biker’s lack of protection compared to occupants of enclosed motor vehicles. Statistics reveal that three out of four motorcycle accidents involve another vehicle—typically a passenger car. Many motorcycle accidents take place at intersections, when a driver fails to see the motorcyclist and makes a turn into the

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