Seeking Maximum Compensation for Accident Victims in Central Texas
While riding a motorcycle is a more practical way to travel, it does come with higher risks since they are less protected from an impact than a car or truck. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2017, 5,000 motorcyclist deaths occurred. Out of those 5,000, 39% of bikers were not wearing a helmet.
You are entitled to compensation if you or someone you know is found in a motorcycle accident. Our committed team is here to fight for the full amount you deserve.
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We do not settle for less in any of our personal injury cases. When you need compensation for your accident, we are here to fight for you. Our experienced attorneys have the best strategy and capability of retrieving the settlement you deserve. Reach out to us today for a free case evaluation.
What are Texas Motorcycle Laws?
In the state of Texas, there are several regulations set by the Texas Department of Transportation.
In the state of Texas, biker under the age of 21 must wear a helmet.
Only after completing a safety course of having appropriate insurance, a rider over the age of 21 is permitted to drive without a helmet.
To receive a motorcycle license, every motorcycle driver is required to complete a department approved training.
Texas required all motorcyclist to go through a safety inspection
In Texas, all drivers must have a valid registration and acceptable insurance.