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Daniel Stark Injury Law: Motorcyclists have the same rights as other drivers.
You’re enjoying your afternoon ride on a winding road, casually soaking up a beautiful day, when suddenly a car appears right in front of you. You hit the brakes, but it’s too late—a collision with the car is inevitable. This isn’t a rare event in the world of motorcyclists.
Several factors can cause motorcycle accidents.
Many of the factors in Waco motorcycle accidents, though, are the result of some form of negligence. Sometimes that falls on the motorcycle rider, but often it is due to another driver. Drivers who speed, change lanes improperly, tailgate, or fail to yield the right of way increase their risks of being in a collision with a motorcycle. A number of motorcycle crashes involve another vehicle making a left-hand turn—either in front of a motorcycle approaching on the straightaway or while a motorcycle passes the other vehicle.
No matter how the accident happened, if the other driver was at fault, you could be owed compensation for your injuries. And unfortunately, with just a leather jacket and a helmet between you and the asphalt, the injuries are usually much more severe than those sustained in an auto accident.
Who’ll stand up for me?
We will. We will work for you for free unless we win your case. Our No Fee Guarantee® ensures that no matter what vehicle you were driving, if you were hit and hurt in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you can afford the help you need.
With three offices to serve you, we are your Waco motorcycle accident lawyers. We have offices in Bryan/College Station, Waco and Austin, so we can help you wherever you’re located, including outlying areas such as Austin, Bastrop, Bellmead, Belton, Brenham, Bryan, Caldwell, College Station, Georgetown, Harker Heights, Hearne, Killeen, Madisonville, McGregor, Navasota, Pflugerville, Rockdale, Round Rock, Temple, and Waco.
I didn’t see it coming.
We realize that most motorcyclists are safe drivers. And one of the common causes in motorcycle crashes is when the driver of another vehicle fails to see the motorcycle and its rider. This can result in a vehicle pulling out in front of a motorcycle, changing lanes into a motorcycle, or turning into a motorcycle. In cases like this, the driver of the other vehicle may be considered negligent, and you may be entitled to compensation.