Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

East Texas Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Experienced Accident Lawyer, Chris Jones of Longview, Texas is  Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law and passionate in the representation of the victims of motorcycle accidents.  Mr. Jones has been a personal injury lawyer handling accidents for over 24 years.  There are a number of factors that ultimately lead to motorcycle accidents, but usually it involves a driver of a car or truck failing to keep a proper lookout. The Texas Rules of the Road in Chapter 545  of the Texas Transportation Code, OPERATION AND MOVEMENT OF VEHICLES, are rules and regulations that all drivers must follow. A claim that a motorcycle was difficult to see or that the operator should have been wearing a helmet should not excuse the serious motorcycle injuries and deaths caused by driver error and negligence.Motorcycle accident

CHAPTER 550. ACCIDENTS AND ACCIDENT REPORTS of the Texas Transportation Code sets forth specific laws on what to do after an auto accident.  If you have questions about your crash report, the State of Texas Instructions to Police for Reporting Crashes (2012) may help.

Please see our personal injury blog posts on Car Accidents, Negligent Driving and Automobile Insurance Made Easy and Car and Trucking Accidents – Making an Insurance Claim.

Collection of evidence is important in motorcycle accidents.  For this reason, you should hire a lawyer with whom you are comfortable as soon as possible after a motorcycle accident. You may also view our personal injury post Documenting Personal Injury Damages.

Experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorney

We have experience with motorcycle accidents, and if you have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one in an accident and need an East Texas motorcycle accident attorney, please do not hesitate to give East Texas Attorney, Chris Jones, Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Law, a call at 903-236-4990, 888-236-4878 (toll-free) for a free initial consultation or send us a message at Contact Us.

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