At The Law Offices of Jesse A. Sepulveda, we aggressively defend the rights of motorcyclists who suffered serious or catastrophic injuries due to motor vehicle driver negligence. Our experienced personal injury team seeks maximum compensation to which our clients and their families are entitled.
Were you injured or was your loved one killed in a motorcycle accident? Contact our firm to learn more about your rights to pursue maximum compensation. We handle all personal injury claims on a “no recovery, no fee” basis.
Protecting The Rights Of Texas Motorcycle Riders Injured in Serious Accidents
Motorcycle riders often deal with stereotypes of being reckless drivers. In reality, most motorcyclists drive safely and exercise more caution than most motorists because they are more likely to suffer greater injury in the event of a motor vehicle accident.
We represent the victims of motorcycle accidents caused by:
- Improper lane changes and left turns by motorists
- Driver inattention
- Texting while driving
- Speeding or reckless driving by motor vehicles
- Failure to check blind spots
- Drunk driving
Distracted driving has become a major problem on the roadways. A study at Carnegie Mellon University found that using a cellphone reduces a driver’s attention on the road by 37 percent.* This is especially dangerous for motorcyclists, who do not have a vehicle’s sturdy frame or seat belt to protect them should a collision occur.
As an experienced trial lawyer, our San Antonio motorcycle accidents attorney understands how to build your claim successfully. We take on the responsibility of negotiating with the insurance company on your behalf. Our firm is always prepared to protect your rights in court if necessary to obtain maximum compensation for you.
Were You Injured By A Reckless Driver? Our San Antonio Attorney Will Protect Your Rights.
We represent motorcycle accident victims in San Antonio and throughout the surrounding areas of South Texas. Contact us at 210-735-5000 to schedule a free initial consultation and get started on your case. Se habla español.
*Distracted driving statistics from distraction.gov (www.distraction.gov/content/get-the-facts/facts-and-statistics.html).