Dallas Motorcycle Accident Attorney
Protecting the Injured in Dallas, Tarrant & Collin Counties
While many car drivers complain that they couldn't see the motorcycle and that it was the motorcyclist's fault that they were involved in an accident, the truth is that most car-motorcycle accidents happen when oncoming cars make a sudden turn in front of a motorcycle. Also common are incidents where motorcyclists get bumped or run off the road when a car or truck driver hits a motorcycle while changing lanes.
The chance of serious, life-threatening injury is much higher for motorcycle riders. In addition to broken ankles and legs, motorcyclists who are thrown to the road often suffer burn injuries called "road rash," back and spinal cord injuries, and serious head injuries. We also help families bring wrongful death claims for motorcyclists who die in fatal vehicle crashes.
If your loved one was hurt in a motorcycle accident because of the negligent or reckless actions of another driver, contact our law office. You can speak to a Dallas motorcycle accident lawyer at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP for free, and you pay no attorney's fees unless you receive money for your case.
Call (214) 301-5007 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation.
Over 20 Years of Experience Representing the Injured
Bringing a motorcycle accident case to trial can be challenging. In Collin County, juries are quick to suspect that the motorcycle rider is the guilty party. In Dallas, however, juries tend to give the biker the benefit of doubt. Familiar knowledge like ours, gained through extensive experience, is what makes our firm ideal for motorcycle accident victims in the region.
It’s the job of your personal injury attorney to shift the focus of the jury—or the insurance company—from blame to accountability. Every motorist on the road is responsible for paying attention to every other vehicle (and pedestrian and bicycle) on the road with them. If a car or truck driver failed to pay attention, he or she should be held accountable for their negligence.
How do we prove fault? We work with experienced investigators and accident reconstructionists to gather evidence, interview witnesses, and determine what actually happened. Motorcycles leave identifiable marks on the road. The physics of motorcycle accidents are unique but understandable, even to a jury, if presented properly.
Motorcycle Accidents & Helmets
In Texas, a jury can consider a motorcycle rider responsible for his or her own injuries if head injuries result from the lack of wearing a motorcycle helmet. That does not mean that you can't receive some financial compensation for your injuries. You may still be able to make a partial recovery. It will largely depend upon your personal injury lawyer's ability to prove the other driver was more at fault.
If you have a case, we are ready to provide the aggressive, effective representation that will help you get justice and compensation. Contact the Dallas personal injury lawyers at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP to schedule a free consultation. We will make sure that you clearly understand your options.
Call (214) 301-5007 or contact Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP online.