Motorcycle Wreck Attorney
Motorcycle Wreck & Accident Attorney in Austin, TX
All too often drivers fail to share the road with motorcyclists, causing serious injury and even death. In a world where drivers face a myriad of distractions, motorcyclists face additional risks on Texas roads.
Were you or a loved one injured in a collision involving your motorcycle? Our trained staff an attorneys are here to help!
Motorcycle Accident Client Stories
A vehicle failed to check their mirror before changing lanes, hitting client’s motorcycle and causing client to fall off their motorcycle, breaking their wrist and several bones in their hand.
A vehicle pulled out in front of Client’s motorcycle, causing client to impact the rear of the vehicle, which ejected client from their motorcycle and caused them to travel over twenty yards in the air before client struck the ground. Client required a hospital visit, but because of client’s use of helmet and protective gear, client received no broken bones and only road rash.
Frequently Asked Questions
My loved one has been killed as the result of a motorcycle and vehicle collision, what should I do?
Contact an attorney prior to accepting anything offered from the other driver. An attorney can best represent your rights and interests for the loss of your loved one.
I’ve been in a collision, now what:
If police were not called to the scene:
- Make sure you get a photograph of the driver’s license or identification card of the other driver so you can identify them later
- Make sure to get a photograph of the insurance information for the other driver so that you can contact their insurance
- Make sure to collect the contact information, including the phone number, of the other driver
- Make sure to take a photograph of the vehicles as they were situated at the time of the collision and before you move them
- Make sure to take photographs of the damage to your vehicle and the damage to the other person’s vehicle as a result of the collision
- Make sure you take a photograph that includes the license plate number of the other vehicle
If the police were called to the scene:
- Be sure to keep the printed form(s) the police gave you
- Record any officer’s name who you spoke with
Did the collision damage any surrounding property?
- If there are any marks to the roadway, sidewalk, or barriers as a result of the collision, take photographs
- If either vehicle came into contact with the curb, sidewalk, poles, signs, guardrails, or other structures, take photographs
- Take name and contact information of anyone who witnessed the incident
Do you have questions about a motorcycle or moped related personal injury case? Contact Springdale Law Group today.