Specialist Attorneys for Motorcycle Accidents Throughout Texas
Injured victims in Texas motorcycle accidents are faced with the reality of having to fight through the physical challenges of their injuries while sorting through an avalanche of paperwork and policies. The attorneys at Kass & Moses are the leading legal minds in Texas motorcycle law and we take complete control of our clients’ legal concerns so that they can focus their time and energy on making a complete recovery.
Our team of Texas motorcycle attorneys puts the power of the law on your side by holding at-fault parties responsible and standing up to insurance companies who often show bias against motorcycle riders. We never back down, and we will not stop until we get you the maximum compensation available to you under the law.
Have you or a loved one been injured in a motorcycle accident? Call Kass & Moses today to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation. There is no obligation, and we never charge a fee unless we win your case.
Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
Don't let another driver's negligence destroy your family's financial security — hire an experienced motorcycle accident attorney and let us fight to get you the compensation you need to restore your quality of life. When you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, insurance companies and their agents immediately spring into action with the primary goal of paying the absolute minimum to cover the cost of your injuries and lost wages. Whenever possible, they will try claim you are at fault for the accident in the hopes of paying nothing at all. Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting your rights and ensuring that you are fairly compensated for your losses.
If you've been injured in a motorcycle accident anywhere in the state of Texas, call Kass & Moses today. We will examine your case, discuss your options, and work together to determine your next steps.
Remember the importance of seeking medical attention immediately after your crash. So many people assume that, since they are able to walk, they are probably alright. They can overlook traumatic brain injuries, soft tissue injuries, and even minor fractures that require medical treatment. In the days and weeks following the crash, these injuries can flare up and require extensive treatment and care. It is always best to see a physician as soon as possible after the crash to avoid any possibilities of overlooked injuries.
It is also important to follow through on all medical care your doctor prescribes. We understand that life is busy, and it can be difficult to make time for therapy appointments and follow-up care. This is especially true if you are feeling better. But remember that failing to follow-through on medical care makes you appear to the insurance company that you have recovered completely from your injuries. It also leaves you vulnerable to future pain and suffering and further injuries, that may not be covered by the insurance company if you did not receive proper medical care as prescribed.
These tips can help you to receive the fair and proper compensation that you deserve for your Texas motorcycle accident. Your motorcycle lawyer will work with you to guide you through the weeks and months following your crash. Instead of handling endless phone calls from the insurance company yourself, your attorney will take over. But this does not mean you will not be well informed as to the status of your case. In fact, at the Law Firm of Kass & Moses, we pride ourselves in always being available to answer calls from our clients.
Texas Motorcycle Law
Requirements for legally riding a motorcycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Texas's motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
In Texas, a motorcycle passenger must be at least five years old.
Texas riders operating a motorcycle are required to wear helmets if (1) they are under the age of 21, (2) they have not completed a safety course, or (3) they are not covered by an applicable insurance plan.
Texas does not have laws regarding handlebar height.
Resources for Texas Motorcyclists:
Sons and Texas Motorcycle Club
Veterans of Foreign Wars Motorcycle Group of Texas
DFW Freedom Riders
Iron Order Motorcycle Club
Steel Stampede Motorcycle Club
Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club
Texas Motorcycle RoadRiders Association
Calculated Risk Motorcycle Group
Brothers Keepers Motorcycle Club
Infidels Motorcycle Club
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