If you or a loved one have been involved in a Texas motorcycle accident and sustained injuries, you need a Texas personal injury lawyer that will work on your behalf to ensure that Texas motorcycle laws are upheld to the fullest extent. Dallas personal injury lawyer Tim O’Hare has been riding motorcycles for almost twenty years; as a biker himself, he is particularly passionate about ensuring negligent drivers are held accountable for the injuries and loss of life caused as a result of reckless driving. Tim O’Hare personally handles every motorcycle personal injury and loss of life case his law office takes on.
Imagine hiring a lawyer to represent you in a car wreck who has never driven a car. Doesn’t make a lot of sense, does it? With bike, it is no different. Hiring a lawyer to represent you when you have been injured riding your bike who doesn’t ride doesn’t make a lot of sense, either. That’s why The Law Offices of Tim O’Hare is the right choice. Tim has ridden bikes for years, and continues to ride today.
Texas is an at-fault state. The law of negligence is applied to Texas motorcycle and Texas motor vehicle accidents, which means that the individual deemed “at fault” in a Texas car wreck or Texas motorcycle wreck can be held responsible for all injuries and damages caused by driver negligence.
Texas motorcycle law requires that negligent drivers take responsibility for the damages caused to injured motorcyclists and that compensation for injuries are made. Individuals who have suffered from injuries sustained in a Texas motorcycle wreck may be compensated for their pain and suffering, disfigurement, scarring, loss of life enjoyment, economic loss and more when caused by negligent motorists. While maintaining the highest ethical practices, Tim O’Hare works aggressively, diligently and tenaciously to obtain the maximum compensation possible for his Texas personal injury clients.
Texas Statue of Limitations for Motorcycle Accidents
If you have sustained an injury as a result of a motorcycle accident in the state of Texas and would like to file a lawsuit, you must do so within two years of the day of accident or perceived law violation that caused injury or death. However, it is best to contact an attorney immediately to ensure maximum compensation. Contact Texas personal injury attorney Tim O’Hare, the Dallas personal injury lawyer for Texas motorcyclists today. 972-960-0000