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Arlington, TX Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Riding through Arlington on a motorcycle can be freeing and exciting. Even though you’re under the hot Texas sun, you can still feel the open whipping around you to keep you cool. That’s why motorcycles are so appealing—they allow you to get from one place to another without feeling trapped within the walls of a vehicle. However, some of the most appealing aspects of a motorcycle are what makes them so dangerous in the event of a wreck.

When you get into a collision while on a motorcycle, you could suffer catastrophic damages that change the rest of your life. Our Arlington, TX motorcycle accident lawyer is here to represent you and ensure you get compensation for the injuries and other damages you incurred from your motorbike crash.

Choosing to get on a motorcycle shouldn’t be an acceptance of injuries—when you’re being as safe as possible, you shouldn’t have to pay for damages caused by someone else’s negligence. That’s why our attorneys are here to fight for your rights and help you recover what you’re owed.

Contact our dedicated team of Arlington motorcycle accident attorneys today for your free and confidential consultation.

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Texas Motorcycle Accident Statistics

When looking at the types of motorcycle accidents that occur in Arlington, it’s important to note the proportion of collisions that don’t cause any injuries compared to the amount that do. Let’s take a look at the levels of injuries caused by motorcycle wrecks Texas, and the number of victims in each type, according to the Texas Department of Transportation:

  • 1,084 non-injury crashes
  • 1,607 possible injury crashes
  • 2,559 non-incapacitating injury crashes
  • 1,821 serious injury crashes
  • 499 fatal injury crashes

Looking at these numbers, you can see that it’s more common for a motorcycle wreck to lead to injuries than not. That’s why it’s so important to riders to wear all of the required and even the not required safety gear so that they are as protected as possible in the event of a crash.

In general, more of these collisions happened in urban areas as opposed to rural areas. However, both can be dangerous for motorcyclists if other motorists are not as careful as they need to be. Riders shouldn’t feel a safe sense of security on rural roads just because less wrecks happened there—you should remain aware no matter where you are.

An Arlington, TX motorcycle accident attorney from our firm can help represent you after getting into a wreck that was someone else’s fault. Now that you understand how many motorbike crashes result in injuries, let’s take a look at what kinds of injuries you might have suffered.

Common Motorcycle Wreck Injuries in Arlington

As mentioned above, there are many different levels of injuries that you could suffer when you’re collided with while riding a motorcycle. More often than not, a motorcycle accident will result in the rider getting hurt. Ranging from mild to severe, and even fatal, here are some of the most common injuries that riders can suffer when they’re in a wreck in Arlington:

  • Bruises
  • Cuts
  • Burns
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Road Rash
  • Dislocations
  • Fractures
  • Internal Organ Damage and Bleeding
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Neck and Back Injuries
  • Amputation
  • Paralysis
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