Motorcycle Accidents

We Understand Riding Is a Passion

Bicycling and motorcycling are popular among Texans, both for recreation and transportation. Although not all motorists recognize it, both types of riders have legitimate rights on the road. In fact, their rights on the road are nearly identical to those of motorized vehicle drivers.

It is unfortunate then that each year hundreds of motorcyclists and bicyclists are injured on Texas roadways. Often, drivers will claim they "didn’t see" the rider, when a more accurate description might be that they "didn’t take care to see" the rider instead.

At Kerry H. Collins & Associates, P.C., our skilled motorcycle and bicycle accident attorney works to protect the rights of bicyclists and motorcyclists and secure recoveries for them when they are injured due to the negligence of motorists.

Fort Worth Motorcycle Accident Attorney — San Antonio Bike Accident Attorney

If you or someone you love was injured in a rear-end accident, we can assist you in recovering damages for your medical bills, lost wages, disability and other losses related to a:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Spinal cord injury or paralysis
  • Head or neck injury
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Bone fractures
  • Ligament tears
  • Back injuries
  • Scarring
  • Radiating pain
  • Muscle and tendon injury

Our law firm is experienced in securing damages and settlements from both underinsured and uninsured motorists. If someone you love died as a result of a motorcycle or bicycle collision injury, we can seek survivor’s damages through a wrongful death lawsuit.

Vulnerable, but You Have Rights

Unlike drivers of cars, trucks or semis who are protected by thousands of pounds of metal and rubber, motorcyclists and bicyclists often have at best their helmets and the clothes on their backs. They are vulnerable — but they have no fewer legal rights to the road.

"I’m a proud trial lawyer, because fighting giants never goes out of style." — Attorney Kerry H. Collins

Newspaper obituaries, hospital ICUs and rehabilitation facilities are common destinations for riders when motorists are negligent in their duties to all users of Texas roadways. As two-wheeled transportation becomes a popular alternative to driving autos in crowded cities, we will see more conflicts between riders and drivers.

Offices in Fort Worth and San Antonio — Call 817-335-9700 or 210-841-5724

For a free consultation with a lawyer, contact us online. We have offices in Forth Worth and San Antonio, which may be reached at 817-335-9700 and 210-841-5724, respectively.

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