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Midland Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

When Motorcycle Crashes Destroy Lives, We Fight to Rebuild Them

Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has shown that motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die in an accident than occupants of typical cars. It has also been found that while motorcycles make up about 3 percent of registered vehicles across the nation, motorcyclists represent 14 percent of traffic fatalities across the board, and account for 18 percent of driver and passenger deaths on the road. These facts mean one thing: motorists have the obligation—both legally and morally—to prevent traffic accidents involving motorcycles.

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Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

All motorcycle accidents share a set of preventable causes. If all drivers on the road avoided these common forms of negligence, motorcycle accidents would maybe never happen. When drivers fail to prevent an accident, it’s likely they were being negligent. On the road, negligence means failing to fulfill any traffic laws. Driving negligently might mean something as simple as failing to use signals or something as serious as being under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Common motorcycle accident causes include:

  • Failure to check blind spots
  • Misjudging the speed of a motorcycle
  • Dangerous roads
  • Defective parts

Types of Midland Motorcycle Injuries

Motorcycles lack the safety restraints and protective cage that the occupants of other vehicles receive protection from during a crash. This makes even a minor motorcycle accident a potential cause of serious injury or death for riders.

Potential motorcycle accident injuries include:

Call Our Midland Motorcycle Accident Lawyers at (888) 493-1629

When you call our firm, you’re reaching out to a team that’s been the difference-makers for thousands of people and their families. Our Midland personal injury firm takes every case personally and makes sure our clients receive the medical attention they need as we fight for their compensation. We’ve secured billions of dollars for clients by never settling for less than they need and leveling the playing field when the other side isn’t being fair.

There are no upfront costs to hiring us, and we offer a free, private consultation to discuss your case and how we may be able to help you. Contact us online or at (888) 493-1629!

Common Questions

  • Do I Need a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer If My Injuries Are Minor?

    Calling a Midland-Odessa lawyer after an accident is never a bad idea. Though your injuries might seem minor or even non-existent, you might have problems that will become more obvious with time. Additionally, a motorcycle accident can help you keep the insurance company you’re working with fair and honest. Importantly, you should also see a doctor immediately after an accident, even if you’re not sure if you’ve sustained injuries.

  • Why Should I Call an Attorney Immediately After a Motorcycle Accident?

    The sooner you call an attorney after a motorcycle accident, the stronger your case will be. After an accident, you can be certain that an insurance company will be collecting evidence about it. Having an attorney means someone will also be investigating your case that’s invested in your recovery. We’ll gather evidence, speak to witnesses, and visit the scene of your accident as soon as possible.

  • How Much Is Hiring a Midland-Odessa Motorcycle Accident Lawyer?

    Our firm works on something known as a contingency fee. This means that our services are available to anyone who needs our help. Contingency fees mean that we’ll cover all costs associated with your case. Whether we need to hire investigators, experts, or any other step for your case's success, you won’t have to worry about it. Best of all, we only collect a fee if we win results for you. This way, you can be certain that we’re working for your recovery, and you won’t be left on the hook.

  • Can I File a Wrongful Death Claim If I Lost a Relative in a Motorcycle Accident?

    Yes. If an immediate family member was killed in a motorcycle accident, you might be able to file a wrongful death claim. People who are most often able to file a wrongful death claim include spouses, parents, and children of those killed in an accident.

  • Do Car Accidents Count as Oilfield Accidents?

    The roads near Midland-Odessa have become an unexpected source of oilfield accidents thanks to increased traffic from the Permian Basin. If workers or residents are harmed by vehicles with ties to an oilfield, our oilfield accident lawyers might be able to help them.

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