Austin Motorcycle Wreck Lawyer

Without seat belts and other forms of protection afforded by cars and trucks, motorcycles present a significantly increased risk of catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. It is important to know that accidents don’t just happen. People cause them. If you or someone you love has been hurt in a motorcycle wreck, it is critical to work with an experienced lawyer who can help you determine who the liable party is and pursue full and fair compensation for the injuries and losses you have suffered.

Stephen G. Nagle & Associates has decades of experience and a track record of success representing Texas clients in motorcycle wreck claims. For over 35 years, Austin motorcycle wreck attorney Stephen G. Nagle has been helping clients obtain compensation in motorcycle injury and other personal injury claims. Because he is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, you know you are getting high-quality legal representation.

Risks Associated With Motorcycles

The state of Texas takes motorcycle safety seriously. Texas has been taking significant measures to reduce the risks of motorcyclist injuries, including a helmet requirement or a motorcycle safety course and adequate health insurance coverage for bikers under 21.

In spite of these efforts, motorcycle wrecks and injuries are common. In 2007 alone, motorcyclists were 37 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a motor vehicle traffic crash and nine times more likely to be injured. In 2008, in the United States, 5,290 motorcyclists were killed and another 96,000 injured in motor vehicle wrecks.*

“Whatever the cause of your motorcycle wreck, we will find it. Through bringing a claim against the other driver, pursuing an insurance claim or pursuing any other means necessary, we will help you obtain the compensation you deserve.”

Stephen G. Nagle, Attorney at Law

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To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney, call 512-480-0505 or contact the firm online.

*Data compiled from the United States Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Traffic Safety FactsMotorcycles, 2008