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Motorcycle Accidents

Welcome to Westbrook Law, where we are dedicated to providing high-quality legal representation to those who have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Texas. Our experienced attorney, Ben Westbrook, has a proven track record of success in handling these types of cases and is committed to helping you recover the compensation you deserve.

Motorcycle accidents can result in serious injuries that can have a significant impact on your life. That’s why it’s important to have an experienced attorney on your side who can help you navigate the legal process and fight for your rights. At Westbrook Law, we understand the challenges that you may be facing, and we are here to help.

Our firm provides a range of legal services to those who have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Texas. Some of these services include:

  1. Case evaluation: We offer a free consultation to help you understand your legal rights and options. During this consultation, we will evaluate your case and determine the best course of action.

  2. Investigation: Our legal team will conduct a thorough investigation of your case to gather evidence, interview witnesses, and determine liability.

  3. Negotiation: We will negotiate with the insurance company and other parties involved in your case to reach a fair settlement.

  4. Litigation: If necessary, we will take your case to court and fight for your rights in front of a judge and jury.

  5. Ongoing support: We will be with you every step of the way, providing ongoing support and guidance throughout the legal process.

At Westbrook Law, we understand the unique challenges that come with motorcycle accident cases, including dealing with insurance companies, medical bills, and lost wages. We are committed to helping you recover the maximum compensation available under the law for your injuries and losses.

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Texas, don’t wait to get the legal help you need. Contact Westbrook Law today to schedule your free consultation with Attorney Ben Westbrook. Let us help you get the justice and compensation you deserve.

Motorcycle Accidents are Different than Car Accidents

Motorcycle accidents are different from car accidents in several ways, and these differences can have a significant impact on personal injury claims in Texas. Here are some of the ways that motorcycle accident cases differ from regular car accident cases:

  1. Severity of Injuries: Motorcycle riders are at a much higher risk of serious injury or death in a collision compared to those in a car or truck. Motorcycles offer little protection, and riders are often ejected from the bike in a crash, leading to more severe injuries, such as head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and broken bones.

  2. Liability and Negligence: In a personal injury claim, it is essential to establish fault and prove negligence. Motorcycle accidents often involve more complicated liability issues than car accidents. For instance, it can be harder to determine fault in a multi-vehicle accident involving a motorcycle, as other drivers may have difficulty seeing a motorcycle and could be at fault for the accident.

  3. Prejudice: Motorcyclists often face prejudice and bias from insurance companies, juries, and judges. There is a common misconception that motorcyclists are reckless and dangerous on the road. This bias can make it harder for riders to recover damages in a personal injury claim.

  4. Regulations and Laws: Motorcycle riders are subject to different regulations and laws than drivers of cars and trucks. For example, Texas law requires all motorcyclists to wear a helmet, and failure to do so can affect the outcome of a personal injury claim.

Due to these differences, it is crucial to work with an experienced personal injury attorney who has knowledge and expertise in handling motorcycle accident cases in Texas. An attorney can help you navigate these unique challenges and fight for the maximum compensation available for your injuries and losses.

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