Motorcyclists who are injured in a motorcycle accident in Allen may have no clue of where to
turn for help. Typically, motorcyclists are among some of the most injured parties in traffic
accidents. Motorcyclists have very little protective equipment to absorb the impact of a collision.
About 5,000 people are killed in motorcycle accidents in the U.S. every year and many more are
injured. Many motorcycle accident victims choose to pursue compensation in civil court in order
to reimburse them for their expenses and their pain and suffering.

In many motorcycle accidents, the driver of another vehicle is to blame. The driver may have
failed to keep a proper lookout and may not have seen the motorcycle. The driver may have
failed to yield or may have been driving while distracted. The driver could have been speeding or
even intoxicated.

If you have suffered minor injuries and your motorcycle was not seriously damaged, you
may be able to handle your case on your own directly with the responsible insurance company.
However, in many cases, an attorney must be involved. An attorney can help build a strong case
for you by taking witness statements, ordering police reports, photographing the scene, hiring
accident reconstruction experts, ordering medical records and reviewing video footage of the
accident.

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Allen, you are entitled to compensation.
You can recover compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering,
disfigurement, disability, and more. Call the Allen motorcycle accident attorneys at the Barber
Law Firm at 972-635- 4078. We can help. Call us today to learn more or to schedule a free
consultation on your case.