If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident in or around Houston, it’s important to contact the best Houston motorcycle accident attorney. Our legal professionals have experience working with clients like you get you a fair settlement. We know how to negotiate with insurance companies effectively to get the compensation that you want and deserve for your injuries and/or damages.
What Can a Motorcycle Accident Attorney Do for Your Personal Injury Claim?
Our Houston motorcycle accident attorneys take over the reins for you. This means that we process all the necessary paperwork for your personal injury claim. We also speak on your behalf in all legal proceedings, whether in negotiations or at trial (if needed). This allows you to take the necessary time to rest and recover from your injuries.
At Lassiter Law, we are always prepared to fight for you. We are a highly-rated personal injury law firm and have recovered millions of dollars in settlements for our clients.
What Are Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents?
Common causes of motorcycle accidents in and around Houston include reckless driving, speeding, following too closely, improper lane changes, and the influence of drugs or alcohol. Our experienced Houston motorcycle accident attorney can thoroughly investigate your accident to determine the cause and to pursue compensation from the person liable for your injuries and damages.
What Should I Expect During a Free Consultation with a Motorcycle Accident Attorney in Houston?
At Lassiter Law, we offer free consultations with our motorcycle accident attorneys. During this conversation, we discuss the details of your accident and answer any questions you may have about the upcoming legal process. We also work on a contingent fee basis, meaning that we only get paid if you are. As such, we will actively listen and ask questions to ensure you have a viable case before taking it on. To schedule this important free legal consultation with our motorcycle accident attorneys in Houston, call our law office at (713) 489-1580 today.