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Posted on December 21, 2022

Recovering Compensation After a Road Rash Injury

Motorcyclists often suffer road rash in an accident when their skin makes continued contact with the pavement or gravel. In severe cases, skin graft surgery may be necessary, and there is also a risk of infection. When another party is responsible, you have the right to seek compensation for motorcycle road rash injury.  How...
Posted on August 19, 2022

Texas Motorcycle Accident Statistics

In Texas and throughout the U.S., motorcycle accidents are a leading cause of severe injuries and fatalities.  Texas Motorcycle Accident Data Data from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) demonstrates the alarming rate at which motorcycle accidents occur and the devastating destruction they cause.  In 2021,...
Posted on August 3, 2022

Motorcycle Accidents FAQs

How do you respond to a motorcycle accident? The moments following a motorcycle accident are overwhelming, but the steps you take are critical to an insurance claim.  Call 911 if anyone involved requires emergency medical care. If not, still notify the police so an accident report can be made.  Gather evidence by taking photographs...
Posted on April 30, 2021

Texas Motorcycle Accident Laws 2022

When it comes to riding a motorcycle in Texas, it is crucial to understand state laws on motorcycle accidents.  License Riders must have a Class M license before operating a motorcycle on public roads in Texas. Part of obtaining this license is taking a safety course approved by the Texas Department of Public Safety,...
Posted on April 30, 2021

How Much Is My Motorcycle Accident Case Worth?

If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident and plan to hold the negligent party accountable, you may be wondering how much your case is worth. Every motorcycle accident claim will vary in compensation, but there are common factors that impact their value. For more information about your particular claim, contact Ramsey Law Group...
Posted on April 26, 2021

Who Is Liable for Motorcycle Accidents While Lane Splitting?

Since lane splitting is illegal in Texas, motorcyclists are typically wholly or partially liable when a lane splitting accident occurs. Lane splitting is when motorcyclists drive between two lanes of traffic. It is a dangerous maneuver, and drivers do not expect a rider to be in that space.  How is Liability Determined in a...