At Alford & Clark, you will be represented by an attorney who is also a licensed motorcycle rider. If you've been in a motorcycle accident, hire someone who understands your case, who knows first hand what it's like to be on the road next to inattentive drivers, and who won't treat your case like a regular car wreck.
Alford & Clark is a full-service firm that prides itself on helping injured riders. When you hire us, we take care of all the headaches of dealing with your accident - both big and small. We help you get your bike fixed, help you get a rental car, help you get the medical care you need, and help you move on with your life. Call us now for a free consultation to learn what we can do for you.
The big insurance companies are out for profit, and insurance adjusters are often paid bonuses when their department pays out less than expected. As a result, insurance adjusters will use every trick in the book to minimize your claim or to deny it outright. Without motorcycle accident lawyers at Alford & Clark, the adjusters will not show you the respect you deserve. Make them take you seriously - put Alford & Clark in your corner for your fight against the insurance companies. Call us now for a free, confidential consultation.Our motorcycle accident attorneys are on call – 24/7 – and are happy to answer any questions absolutely free of charge. If you decide to hire us, you will never pay us out of your own pocket and we will never take a percentage of the money you get to repair or replace your bike. That's because - unlike some other law firms - our attorney fee is only a percentage of case winnings from the injury side of your case. Best of all, there is zero risk to you. If we don't win, no matter how much we spent fighting on your behalf, you will never owe us a dime. We only get paid when we win your case.
Why should I hire an attorney who is also a licensed motorcycle rider?
In the movies and on television, motorcycle riders are depicted as reckless and irresponsible. In reality, however, it's the inattentive car and truck drivers who cause the majority of motorcycle accidents. The simple fact is that the motorcycle riders aren't texting, looking for a station on the radio, talking to a passenger, or doing their makeup. Unfortunately, most jury members' first impression will be what they have seen in the movies. You need to hire a firm that knows how to fight that misconception.
I've been in a motorcycle accident, what do I do?
The car insurance industry is competitive, and the way these companies make a profit is through claim denial and the underpayment of claims. These companies handle thousands of car wrecks every single day, and will use every trick in the book to minimize your claim or to deny it outright. In order to protect yourself and your rights, you should:
Immediately contact the police and emergency medical services
Immediately seek medical attention for your injuries
Immediately contact Alford & Clark for a free consultation – contact Alford & Clark before you talk to the insurance company or sign anything that could waive your rights
File a police report, and follow up to make sure it is accurate
Avoid giving any written or recorded statements to the insurance adjuster
Get the name and insurance information of the other driver
Get the names and contact information for any witnesses
Take photographs of the accident scene and your injuries
Motorcycle accidents are common and can be deadly.
According to the Texas Department of Transportation, 459 motorcyclists were killed on Texas roadways last year alone. As more and more vehicles enter our roadways and as more and more miles are driven per year, the number of accidents and the number of injuries will increase. It is only a matter of time before you, a loved one, or a fellow rider is involved in an accident. You need to be prepared. You need to know what to do when an accident happens. You need Alford & Clark in your corner.
Why do I need Alford & Clark? Can't I just handle my claim myself?
Without Alford & Clark in your corner, it is virtually impossible for you to get the insurance company to pay you the full value of your claim. Without Alford & Clark in your corner, the insurance company will stall, will try to trick you into giving a statement that hurts your case, and will pressure you into settling your claim for pennies on the dollar.
In Texas, you typically have two years to file a lawsuit for a motorcycle accident. However, there are exceptions in the law that may shorten the time you have to file. Missing that deadline will lock you out of the courthouse forever, and it is likely that you will recover nothing no matter how serious your injuries. Aside from this deadline, the value of your case decreases every day you wait to contact Alford & Clark. Every day gives the insurance company more time to try to diminish the value of your case. Alford & Clark will make sure that you don't miss any important deadlines and will fight to get you the maximum value for your case.
Get your free, confidential consultation now. One of our attorneys is always on call – 24/7 – and we are happy to answer any of your questions absolutely free of charge. Alford and Clark will evaluate your case for free. Plus, when you put Alford & Clark in your corner, there is no upfront cost and you will never have to pay us out of your pocket. We only get paid when we win your case. Best of all, there is zero risk to you. If we don't win your case, no matter how much we spent fighting on your behalf, you will never owe us a dime. Call us today and put Alford & Clark in your corner.
The Texas trial attorneys at Alford & Clark PLLC have their primary office in San Antonio, Texas but are proud to serve the following areas: San Antonio, Sugar Land, Baytown, McKinney, Spring, Pharr, Brownsville, Pearland, College Station, Rowlett, Killeen, Longview, Amarillo, Wichita Falls, DeSoto, Temple, Austin, Victoria, League City, Carrollton, Flower Mound, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Round Rock, Lubbock, Pasadena, McAllen, Missouri City, Irving, Tyler, Houston, Odessa, Plano, Harlingen, Allen, Denton, Garland, Lewisville, Bryan, Waco,Edinburg, Grand Prairie, North Richland Hills, Cedar Park, Abilene, Arlington, San Marcos, Mission, Fort Worth, Galveston, Grapevine, Corpus Christi, Atascocita, Frisco, El Paso, Pflugerville, Conroe, The Woodlands, Midland, Dallas, Richardson, Mesquite, New Braunfels, San Angelo, Laredo, Mansfield, Euless, and Georgetown. The trial lawyers at Alford & Clark PLLC will also accept cases of serious personal injury and wrongful death outside of these cities.