Do you know how to handle your Texas motorcycle accident case?
If not, you should download our free consumer book. An accident of any sort brings with it a multitude of trouble that you never would have expected. Motorcycle accidents, however, are often worse than your run of the mill car accident. If the carelessness of another person has injured you, it’s important that you don’t make key mistakes that could literally DESTROY your ability to be compensated by the insurance company. In Texas, the laws are stacked in favor of the insurance companies, and there are a lot of mistakes an injured person can make after an accident that can really hurt their case! Any mistakes you make in regard to your injury claim can end up being VERY COSTLY for you.
This is the reason that Stacey Barrus, a Texas injury attorney, wrote this book – to help people injured in Texas avoid making costly mistakes. This book is written in plain English – not a bunch of difficult to understand legal jargon.
More importantly – This book contains all of the information you need to make sure you’re taking the steps necessary to protect your motorcycle accident claim, including:
- What Is Required for a Valid Injury Claim,
- The step by step legal process explained simply,
- Why you must not trust the insurance companies,
- What you should look for when hiring an attorney, and
- MOST IMPORTANTLY – “8 Secrets to Handling a Texas Motorcycle Accident Case”
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If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you can talk with one of our motorcycle accident attorneys for FREE right now by calling (210) 910-4357. To get answers to your most important questions, and learn how to protect your case and your financial future, call us now at (210) 910-4357 and get the answers you need.