Motorcycle Accident Representation

Motorcycle accidents stand out from other motor vehicle accidents in several ways:

  • Bikers are not protected by the body of a vehicle like drivers or passengers in cars and trucks are. A person riding a motorcycle is particularly vulnerable in a crash.
  • Because motorcycle accident injuries tend to be more severe and can include brain or spinal cord injury, our clients often need additional compensation. Aggressive advocacy can make a great difference in the outcome of a compensation claim or lawsuit after a motorcycle wreck.
  • Drivers of other vehicles often claim after an accident that they "did not see" a motorcycle. Proving negligence in such cases is a job for an experienced plaintiffs attorney.
  • Motorcyclists sometimes choose the cheapest available insurance, which may not provide the coverage needed after a serious or catastrophic injury. In motorcycle accident cases, we often have to address issues of underinsurance.

Do You Have Enough Insurance To Cover Your Injuries? If Not, What Are Your Options?

A mistake we frequently see in bike accident cases is that victims count on their insurance companies to provide them with the compensation they need. Your insurer has a vested interest in paying you as little as possible. We are prepared to fight to get you the compensation you need and deserve, even if we have to take your insurance company to court. We will also determinedly pursue all other available avenues of compensation.

In motorcycle death cases, we represent families in wrongful death claims and lawsuits.

Contact Attorney William T. Wilson After A Motorcycle Accident

Request a free initial consultation with a Bell County, Texas, lawyer to learn how we can help after a car, truck or motorcycle crash. Home and hospital visits are available as necessary. Learn about our personal injury law practice by calling 254-771-5885 (888-294-8289 toll free) or sending an email message. Our offices are conveniently located on the third floor of the Temple Public Library.