Motorcycle Accident Archive



Where can I find more information about motorcycle safety?

Here are some helpful links where you can learn more about motorcycle safety and tips to riding safely.

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What do I do after my motorcycle wreck?

It is important to stay calm after your crash and try to remember the following:

1. Contact the police and report your accident. Remember to get a copy of the police report after it has been filed. You may have to go to the police station to obtain it.

2. Collect information from witnesses of the wreck. Get names and phone numbers. If you have a camera, take pictures of the crash scene.

3. Visit a doctor even if you don’t think you’ve been injured. Injuries can sometimes take awhile to present themselves. Be sure to tell your doctor how the crash occurred.

4. Call the Houson Personal Injury Lawyers of Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law at (800) 444-5000 and tell us about your wreck.

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How long does it take to reach a settlement?

Every case is handled differently. The timeline for your case can depend on a number of factors, including the time it takes to:

  • collect medical records and the police report,
  • discuss your claim with the insurance company,
  • fill out paperwork, and
  • investigate your claim.

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Can I get medical treatment now?

The injuries you can suffer after being involved in a motorcycle crash can be extensive and severe. Even if you don’t think you need medical treatment, you should visit a doctor immediately following your wreck. Injuries can take time to present themselves.

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What are the helmet laws in Texas?

If you are 20 years old or younger, you must wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle in Texas. This law applies to both drivers and passengers.

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Do I need motorcycle insurance?

Yes. You must have insurance have to ride a motorcycle in Texas. The minimum amounts of coverage for drivers include:

  • $25,000 bodily injury coverage for one person in an accident
  • $50,000 bodily injury coverage total per accident
  • $25,000 property damage coverage per accident

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