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Houston Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Speak To A Houston Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Now

The dangers are obvious & motorcycle accidents are going to happen.  If you or a family member have been injured, you should contact a Tough Houston Motorcycle Accident Lawyer before accepting a settlement.

Motorcycle accidents in Texas are so common, that the large insurance company maintains claim specialist trained to handle serious accidents that involve motorcycles.  If they have trained specialist, shouldn’t you have the Best Houston Lawyer you can find.

James Lassiter and his Houston Motorcycle Accident Lawyers are prepared and ready to fight for you.  Not only is Mr. Lassiter recognized as one of the top personal injury litigators in the Nation, but our firm is a member of the  Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.  Which is a select group of personal injury attorneys with a track record of success that sets them apart from other personal injury lawyers.


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In 2007, 5,154 motorcyclists were killed in traffic accidents in the U.S., an increase of 7% from 2006. In addition, over 103,000 motorcyclists were injured. Many of these injuries and deaths could have been prevented if more motorcycle riders and their passengers wore helmets. Wearing a helmet lowers a motorcycle rider’s risk of fatal injury by 37%.

Even With A Helmet, Accidents Cause Serious Injuries & A Skilled Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Will Fight For Maximum Compensation

Despite the documented effectiveness of helmets, many motorcyclists choose not to wear them, especially when state laws don’t require helmet use. Currently, less than half of the states require helmet use by riders of all ages. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that helmets saved the lives of 1,784 motorcyclists in 2007. And if all motorcyclists had worn helmets, an additional 800 lives could have been saved.

Per vehicle mile traveled in 2006, motorcyclists were about 35 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a motor vehicle traffic crash and 8 times more likely to be injured. While motorcycles made up no more than 3% of all registered vehicles in the U.S., motorcyclists account for 13% of total traffic deaths. In 2007, 36% of all motorcyclists involved in fatal crashes were speeding, compared to 24% for passenger car drivers, 19% for light-truck drivers, and 8% for large-truck drivers.

In Texas, motorcyclists are subject to the same speed restrictions as other vehicles. Under Texas law, all motorists are required to drive at a speed that is reasonable or prudent. Tex. Transp. Code § 545.351. Any speed in excess of the following speeds is evidence of unreasonable driving:

  • 15 mph approaching a school crossing.
  • 25 mph in a business or residential district.
  • 65 mph in other locations.

After A Motorcycle Accident Most People Are Too Busy Recovering From Injuries To Deal With The Insurance Company!  Our Houston Motorcycle Accident Attorneys off both home and hospital consultations 7 days a week.

Speak To A Tough Houston Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Now!


Published by James Lassiter on 2013-08-13

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