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Were You Involved In a Motorcycle Accident?

As much freedom as riding a motorcycle can bring, bike riders oftentimes know of the immense dangers they face every time they get on their bikes. Without the protections afforded to other motor vehicles, a motorcyclist involved in an accident can find themselves with serious personal injuries and property damage. Like other drivers, motorcyclists are required under Texas law to carry insurance. In the event of an accident, insurance is intended to cover damages for medical expenses, damaged property, and more. Do you know what to do in order to file a claim with an insurance company following an accident?

Have You Suffered a Motorcycle Accident Injury?

Our Dallas injury lawyers have seen this over and over. A seriously injured motorcyclist does not know what to do following an accident and the other driver's insurance company is not offering the amount of coverage they are entitled to. We are dedicated to helping motorcyclists recover compensation from insurance companies, no matter what!

According to Texas law:

  • A motorcyclist has two years from the date of the accident to file a claim
  • A personal injury claims can be filed with the other driver's insurance company

The insurance company will examine the evidence in the case, such as what may have caused the accident, which party was at fault, the kinds of injuries suffered by the victim, the statement written in the police report, the scene of the crash, and the details listed in the medical report. Based on this information, the insurance company will inform you the total amount you will be compensated.

Often enough, this amount is not the total damages that the victim is owed. Especially with motorcycle injuries, the full extent of the damage suffered may not manifest until months or years after the accident. This is the reason why our Dallas attorneys at Jackson Allen & Willams, LLP have dedicated themselves to fighting for the rights of the injured. Find out how we can help you following a motorcycle accident by getting in contact with our team for a free consultation!

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