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Passionately Pursuing Justice for the Injured

Fort Worth Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Aggressive Advocacy for the Innocently Injured

Motorcyclists face considerable dangers and risks on the road. With smaller vehicles and less protection, riders run the risk of serious injury or death in even relatively minor highway collisions. In 98% of all motorcycle collisions with automobiles that result in fatalities, the motorcyclist is the victim, according to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA).

All you need to do right now is speak with a personal injury lawyer in Fort Worth. Our team at The Daspit Law Firm can provide the nuanced counsel and compassionate representation necessary to make a difference. Founding Lawyer John Daspit has spent thousands of hours handling high-profile litigation. Rest assured that we have what it takes to advocate for you and protect your rights and your future.

Statistics for Motorcycle Accidents in the State of Texas

In 2012, approximately 5,740 motorcycle accidents caused catastrophic injuries. An additional 2,078 caused less serious injuries. Serious injuries and injuries in general are much more likely to occur in a motorcycle accident than in a car accident, statistically speaking. In fact, in only 37% of car accidents, injuries occur. Compare this with 83% of motorcycle accidents. These statistics were provided by the Texas Department of Transportation.

Driver negligence frequently contributes to motorcycle accidents, for example:

  • Driving while texting / calling
  • Unsafe lane changes
  • Speeding
  • Driving while fatigued / falling asleep while driving
  • Driving under the influence of drugs / alcohol, including some prescription medications that cause drowsiness

Your first step? Schedule a free case review.

Call The Daspit Law Firm today. Schedule a complimentary, no-obligation case consultation with a distinguished lawyer who can provide the assistance and advice you require. We are here to help you. Let us stand together and fight for your health and your future.

Why Choose The
Daspit Law Firm

  • We Get to Know Clients on a Personal Level
  • There Are No Legal Fees Unless We Win Your Case
  • We Make Home and Hospital Visits for Clients
  • Our Firm Offers Free and Confidential Case Reviews
  • We're Available 24/7, At Night and On Weekends

What Our
Clients Are Saying

  • Top notch service!

    “I have to say I was pleasantly surprised with the service I received and the outcome was even better.”

    Bryce H.

  • I was pleasantly surprised with my experience with Robert at Daspit Law.

    “There was no fast talking gimmick type techniques used. Highly recommend Robert!”

    Shawn B.

  • Evan and team really took care of me at Daspit Law!

    “I had zero idea what I was getting into. Thankfully Evan sat down with me and went over everything in detail. He made everything so easy!”

    Julian C.

  • I can't say enough about the service I received at Daspit Law Firm.

    “They exceeded all of my expectations. Extremely impressed with the communication through out the whole process!”

    Danielle J.

  • This is the best law practice in the whole world!

    “They made it so easy for me and my wife to get back our lives after my accident.”

    Thomas L.