Grossman Law Offices P.C.

Your Texas Motorcycle Accident Injury Attorneys

Motorcycle accident attorney Michael Grossman and his biker accident attorneys at Grossman Law Offices have 20 years of experience in Texas personal injury and wrongful death law form his principal office in Dallas Tx and several satellite offices throughout the state of Texas (by appointment only). Following thousands of personal injury cases in Texas and hundreds of wrongful death cases, our Texas motorcycle wreck lawyers understand the issues surrounding injury accidents caused by the negligence of other parties. Whether you're in need of the legal help of a Texas auto accident attorney, an ATV accident lawyer in TX, a Texas drunk driver accident attorney, or a defective motorcycle accident attorney in Texas, our law firm is ready to help you seek compensation and pursue civil justice. Call us day or night (toll-free) at 1-855-338-0170.

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Our motorcycle crash law firm in Texas & Arkansas serves many cities, including Austin, Amarillo, Abilene, Beaumont, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Denton, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, Laredo, Lubbock, McAllen, Midland, Odessa, San Antonio, Texarkana, Tyler, Waco, and Wichita Falls. In other words, no matter where your motorcycle accident may have happened in Texas, we can meet with you to discuss your legal options. However, we encourage you to contact us toll-free at 1-855-338-0170 at any time in order to learn more about your possible legal options. Motorcycle accidents in Texas can be caused by a number of issues, sometimes involving multiple liable parties. You may be unsure of your legal options following a motorcycle wreck, especially if you have suffered injury or have lost a loved one due to a fatal motorcycle wreck in Texas. Our knowledgeable Texas motorcycle accident lawyers can help you understand your rights.


Grossman Law Offices Is…

Grossman Law Offices is an experienced personal injury and wrongful death law firm in Texas that has helped 1000s of individuals and families through challenging times toward a better tomorrow. With a substantial history of success, the Texas injury lawyers at Grossman Laws Offices have a deep understanding of the law with the experiential knowledge of how to apply the law so that our clients have an opportunity to seek full and fair compensation for their injury or loss. Since 1990, we have worked tirelessly for the rights of injured victims and bereaved families so that civil justice may be served. If you have suffered injury in a Texas motorcycle accident, of if you have had the misfortune of losing a loved one due to a fatal motorcycle wreck in Texas, our personal injury and wrongful death attorneys at the motorcycle accident law firm of Grossman Law Offices can help you through such a trying time. As evidenced by our track record of success, we are confident in our abilities to help you or your family pursue civil justice. To learn more about your possible legal options in the aftermath of a Texas motorcycle crash, contact us toll-free at 1-855-338-0170.

Texas Motorcycle Accidents 101

As motorcycle accident attorneys in Texas, we understand that you may have many questions in the aftermath of suffering an injury or losing a loved one in a motorcycle crash, questions such as:

  • What are my legal rights?
  • Who is responsible for a motorcycle accident?
  • What are my rights following a drunk driving motorcycle accident in Texas?
  • Who's responsible when an 18-wheeler hits a motorcyclist?
  • How do motorcycle wrecks differ from car accidents?
  • Is a parts manufacturer to blame, or a maintenance entity?
  • What challenges will I face in pursuing a civil lawsuit for personal injury or wrongful death?
  • Do I need the help of a Texas motorcycle accident lawyer?

What Are My Legal Rights After a Motorcycle Crash in Texas?

In Texas, a person that suffers injury and incurs damages (i.e. financial loss) may seek restitution for their economic losses through a personal injury lawsuit against the party or parties whose negligence contributed to the victim's injury. Such a lawsuit must be initiated by a victim; Texas law does not mandate that a negligent party has to compensate an injured victim unless the victim is able to prove that the liable party caused or contributed to the injury accident. Compensation can be sought for a variety of damages such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. When a fatal accident occurs, a bereaved family can seek compensation for both wrongful death damages and survival damages.


Who Is Liable for a Motorcycle Accident in Texas?

Liability is foundational to any personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit. The liable party is the entity responsible for the victim's injury or death. However, liability may be divided amongst multiple parties depending on the specific circumstances of a motorcycle collision. For instance, a reckless passenger vehicle driver may strike a motorcyclist whose brakes failed at an inopportune time. In such a scenario, both the brake manufacturer and the negligent passenger car driver may be held civilly liable for the injuries sustained by the motorcyclist. However, motorcycle accidents are seldom so straightforward in regards to liability, and a thorough investigation must be conducted in order to correctly ascertain the identities of all liable parties. The Texas motorcycle accident lawyers at Grossman Law Offices have two decades of experience in investigating vehicle accident scenes. We know what to look for and who to look for so that all parties responsible for your injury or loss are discovered so that they can be held accountable for their negligent contribution to a motorcycle wreck.


What Are My Rights Following a Drunk Driver Motorcycle Accident in TX?

If you have been hit by a drunk driver while on a motorcycle in Texas, you may be aware of the fact that you can sue the drunk driver for their reckless behavior. However, you may not be aware of the fact that you may also be able to sue a bar or restaurant in the event that a drunk driver was over-served alcohol prior to a drunk driving motorcycle accident. If you have suffered injury due to a drunken driving wreck while on a motorcycle, our Texas drunk driving accident attorneys can help you seek compensation from each and every liable party. Furthermore, with extensive experience in litigating cases against negligent bars, restaurants, and other alcohol-serving establishments, we are familiar with Texas dram shop laws and liquor liability laws and will come alongside you to ensure that such places are held accountable for their detrimental contributions to a drunk driving motorcycle accident.


Motorcycles vs. 18-wheelers

In an obvious David versus Goliath situation, accidents involving big rigs and motorcycles seldom result in anything less than severe injury to a motorcycle rider or motorcycle passenger. Since extensive injuries or even death may occur as a result of an 18-wheeler motorcycle accident, seeking compensation is often a necessity so that exorbitant medical costs are mitigated or so that a bereaved family can continue on in the loss of their loved one. When semi-trucks are involved in motorcycle accidents, there will often be multiple parties at fault for such an accident, often beginning with a truck driver and their employer. As an experienced Texas 18-wheeler accident attorney, Michael Grossman and his team at Grossman Law Offices are knowledgeable about the many entities that can often play a negligent role in contributing to a motorcycle vs. 18-wheeler accident in Texas.


How are Motorcycle Accidents Different from Auto Accidents?

While this question may appear to have an obvious answer, the apparent differences lead to substantial legal differences in regards to how a motorcycle injury accident case must be handled. A majority of auto accidents could be classified as fender-benders, where neither involved party suffers injury. Unfortunately, motorcyclists are often not as lucky, as motorcycle wrecks often result in some type of injury. When injuries occur, especially severe injuries like spinal cord injury, disfigurement, traumatic brain injury, broken bones, head injuries, or burn injuries, the damages incurred can be quite substantial. Consequently, insurers and defense attorneys will work as hard as possible in order to not have to pay out such a substantial sum in compensation to an injured motorcyclist. Without the help of a capable and experienced Texas motorcycle crash lawyer, such a victim may stand little to no chance of obtaining fair compensation.


What if a Motorcycle Mechanical Malfunction Occurred?

In the event that a part on a motorcycle fails to perform properly, a parts manufacturer or a maintenance entity may bear civil liability for a resultant motorcycle crash. Poor design, poor engineering, defective parts, improper installation, bad brakes, and issues covered by the Deceptive Trade Practices Act can all lead to severe motorcycle accidents. In such instances, a thorough investigation must be conducted on the motorcycle accident scene in order to properly identify the party or parties who may be responsible for such an accident. As previously stated, multiple parties may bear varying degrees of liability for the same accident, and an experienced motorcycle accident law firm will leave no stone unturned until all liable parties have been vetted.


Challenges in Texas Motorcycle Accident Lawsuits

There are two main challenges that a plaintiff, i.e. a victim, will face in seeking compensation for their injuries or loss caused by a motorcycle accident in Texas: bias against motorcyclists and aggressive insurance adjusters. While a majority of bikers in Texas are responsible in their riding habits, e.g. they wear their helmets at all times, exercise proper caution while on the roads, maintain their bikes to be properly functioning, and drive within the speed limit, the popular opinion of bikers often leads toward a negative stereotype. In other words, a jury may subconsciously form an opinion about an injured motorcyclist before the motorcyclist has even had an opportunity to share their version of events, i.e. that the motorcyclist must somehow be at fault. Such a bias must be overcome through thorough investigative work, relevant evidence, eyewitness testimony, and the efforts of an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer.

Secondly, due to the often large amounts of financial compensation that are at stake in a motorcycle accident personal injury case, experienced insurance adjusters will likely be utilized in order to mitigate an insurance company's losses as much as possible. These specific types of adjusters have likely worked on many similar types of cases and are familiar with numerous ways to decrease the amount of compensation offered, that is, unless the plaintiff has an aggressive legal advocate on their own side that can combat an insurance adjuster's claims. Our Texas motorcycle accident law firm has argued against nearly every major insurer in the country. We know their tricks and will work to ensure that they don't take advantage of you.


Do I Need a Texas Motorcycle Accident Lawyer?

Personal injury lawsuits and wrongful death lawsuits in Texas require more than just knowledge of the law; they require hard-won experience in a courtroom, as well as an acute attention to the details that surround bringing a civil suit. When injuries or the loss of life occurs, or when multiple parties may be involved in a motorcycle accident, a knowledgeable and experienced Texas motorcycle accident attorney can prove to be invaluable. With 20 years of relevant experience in Texas personal injury law and Texas wrongful death law, our motorcycle accident lawyers are ready to help you.

Contact us today toll-free at 1-855-338-0170, even after hours or on the weekend, to discuss the merits of your possible personal injury lawsuit or wrongful death lawsuit following a motorcycle accident in Texas. We're here to help you.

Texas Motorcycle Accident Lawyers