Injured in a Texas motorcycle accident? Learn what you can do to protect yourself.Texas motorcycle accidents occur each day, some resulting in serious injury to the motorcyclist and his or her passenger. Injuries motorcyclists and their passengers can suffer include traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, and internal injuries. Unfortunately, when a larger automobile hits a motorcyclist, the accident can result in death.
If you are a motorcyclist, the Ultimate Guide for Texas Motorcycle Accident Victims can help you understand ways to not only stay safe, but to protect yourself if you are ever in a motorcycle accident.
Did you know?
- Motorcyclists and their passengers are more likely to be seriously killed or injured in a motorcycle accident compared to automobile drivers or their passengers.
- In 2009, more than 2,000 fatal motorcycle accidents occurred in which an automobile struck a motorcycle, the majority of them attempting to make left turns.
- Most motorcycle accidents occur when the motorcyclist is traveling slower than 30 mph.
- The majority of motorcycle accidents happen on short trips of fewer than 5 miles.
- One out of every five motorcycle accidents causes the motorcyclist a head or neck injury, which can result in a potentially life-threatening traumatic brain injury.
For motorcycle accident victims and their families, dealing with the insurance companies and their claims adjusters can be difficult, especially when serious injuries are involved. You need a Texas motorcycle accident attorney who is on your side and can help you through the claims process. That’s why Dallas motorcycle accident attorney Kay L. Van Wey has written the Ultimate Guide for Texas Motorcycle Accident Victims, a FREE ebook for consumers.
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