The physics of a motorcycle crash are terrifying…
The likelihood that a driver doesn’t see or account for a biker doesn’t help matters. If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident, you’re lucky to be alive. But it can be difficult to remember that as you stare down the long road to recovery.
Darren Grant & Matt Flanery are board-certified personal injury lawyers, and they’ve helped dozens of East Texas riders get back on their feet after a crash.
Contact our offices today to schedule a free consultation.
Darren Grant & Matt Flanery have been helping East Texas riders recover compensation for damages and injuries since 2006.
They’re board-certified in personal injury trial law. That means that they’re specialists ready to help their clients find justice against the individuals who have hurt them.
If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, you won’t find a more experienced or dedicated team of legal professionals to take on your case.
Most lawyers will take a personal injury case. Few in East Texas have comparable experience to our team at Grant & Flanery.
Statistics about motorcycle accidents aren’t great, and most riders know and accept that danger.
Drivers don’t look out for motorcycles like they should. When a car collides with a motorcycle you can expect the rider to come out worse almost 100% of the time.
Injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident are almost never minor, though the exceptionally lucky sometimes walk away without more than some road rash.
If you were injured in your accident, full recovery will take time. It may become expensive–especially if you’re unable to work during your recovery.
The legal team at Grant & Flanery can help. We’ll fight to ensure that you get compensated for your out-of-pocket expenses–including any wages you lost because of your injury.
If you were injured in a motorcycle crash that was someone else’s fault, a personal injury lawyer will be able to help you claim damages. These damages can simplify your life and allow you to focus on your recovery.
If you were in a motorcycle accident, chances are that your bike was damaged pretty badly. A personal injury attorney will be able to claim compensation for that damage, which you can use to repair your existing bike or get a new one.
Medical bills constitute the single biggest possible expense you may encounter after a motorcycle accident. A personal injury attorney will be able to get you compensation to pay medical bills now and even ones you may have in the future.
If you missed work because of your injury, you may also be able to get compensation for those wages. If your injury may prevent you from working in your field in the future, you can claim those as well.
Though rare, judges and juries sometimes award compensation for the pain and suffering an accident caused. This can be from injury or loss of a loved one, and your attorney will discuss with you this possibility.
As experienced and board-certified personal injury trial lawyers, Darren Grant & Matt Flanery will develop a case and pursue compensation for any and all damages you have suffered.
We’re dedicated to ensuring that each and every one of our Longview, TX clients has the support and financial resources to make as full a recovery as possible.
If you were injured in a motorcycle accident that wasn’t your fault, contact us today to schedule a free consultation. Let us help you get back on your feet.
Personal injury attorneys are paid on a contingency fee. This means that all of their fees are drawn from the eventual settlement or award that’s granted to you.
It also means that you pay them nothing out of pocket, and if they don’t win you don’t pay.
A personal injury attorney will represent your interests should you pursue a civil case against the person responsible for your accident.
They’ll represent you if there’s a trial, but they’ll also negotiate with insurance companies and otherwise ensure that you get the maximum compensation possible.
It’s possible. Every civil case has a chance to go to trial, but most personal injury cases are resolved before that in a settlement with the insurance company.
If a case is possible, your lawyer will advise you about it. It’s in your interest to follow your legal team’s advice, but it’s also up to you whether or not you go to trial. If you want to accept a settlement, you can.
Do not talk to the other party’s insurance company.
They can–and will–use anything you say to pay you less than you deserve. Instead, let your personal injury attorney talk to them for you.
A consultation will cost you nothing, but you stand to gain everything.