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Have You Been Seriously Injured in A Motorcycle Accident in Arlington?

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident in Arlington, you need an Arlington motorcycle accident lawyer with a track record of excellence in this specific area. Motorcycle accidents in particular and personal injury law, in general, are complex areas that require years of first-hand experience. At Thompson Law, we advocate for the rights of motorcycle accident victims, so they get the compensation they deserve.

Our team of legal experts offers free case reviews to determine whether you have a case we can help with. Texas has a statute of limitations on personal injury claims, so call us today to get started. Your lawyer will make sure everything is organized and filed on time so you can focus on your health and recovery.

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Motorcycle Accident Statistics in Arlington, TX

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) tracks motorcycle crashes statewide using crash report data from the Arlington Police Department and other law enforcement groups across the state. Motorcycle accidents include crashes involving two- and three-wheeled motorcycles, mopeds, motor scooters, off-road motorcycles, mini-bikes, and pocket bikes. From 2018 to 2021, TxDOT reported 432 motorcycle crashes in Arlington consisting of:

  • Fatal Crashes:  36 fatal crashes, with the most common contributing factors to the accidents being speeding (25% of motorcycle wrecks), drinking and driving (11.5% of motorcycle collisions), and failing to drive in a single lane (11.5% of motorcycle crashes).
  • Serious Injury Crashes:  93 serious injury crashes, with the most common contributing factors to the accidents being speeding (18.5% of motorcycle wrecks), tailgating (16.4% of motorcycle collisions), and failing to drive in a single lane (11.8% of motorcycle crashes).
  • Minor Injury Crashes:  111 minor crashes, with the most common contributing factors to the accidents being tailgating (25.3% of motorcycle collisions), speeding (15.7% of motorcycle wrecks), and failing to yield right of way when turning left (13.3% of motorcycle crashes).
  • Possible Injury Crashes:  217 possible injury crashes, with the most common contributing factors to the accidents being speeding (18.3% of motorcycle wrecks), tailgating (13.7% of motorcycle collisions), and failing to drive in a single lane (12% of motorcycle crashes).
  • Non-Injury Crashes:  16 non-injury crashes

Texas Motorcycle Accident Statistics

For the state of Texas, there were a total of 8,847 motorcycle crashes in 2021 involving 8,261 motorcycle drivers and 586 motorcycle passengers, which consisted of:

  • Fatal Crashes:  521 fatal crashes involving 501 fatally injured drivers and 20 passengers
  • Serious Injury Crashes:  2,319 serious injury crashes with 2,152  seriously injured drivers and 167 passengers
  • Minor Injury Crashes:  3,013 minor crashes with 2,816 minorly injured drivers and 197 passengers
  • Possible Injury Crashes:  1,520 possible injury crashes with 1,407 possibly injured drivers and 113 passengers
  • Non-Injury Crashes:  1,226 non-injury crashes with 1,146 uninjured drivers and 80 passengers
  • Unknown Severity Crashes:  248 unknown severity crashes leaving 239 drivers and 9 passengers with unknown injuries

If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle wreck in Arlington, call our Arlington motorcycle crash lawyers for a FREE CONSULTATION.

Source:  TxDOT – Motorcyclist Fatalities and Injuries by Age Group and Helmet Use.

Most Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Arlington, TX

TxDOT also tracks the most commonly cited factors contributing to motorcycle accidents reported by the Arlington Police on crash reports. The most common contributing factors to motorcycle accidents in Arlington from 2018 to 2021 were:

  1. Speeding:  71 motorcycle crashes were caused by exceeding the speed limit (19.5% of motorcycle wrecks)
  2. Tailgating:  60 motorcycle crashes were caused by following too closely (16.4% of motorcycle wrecks)
  3. Failed to drive in a single lane: 42 motorcycle crashes were caused by driving in multiple lanes of traffic (11.8% of motorcycle wrecks)
  4. Changed lane when unsafe:  42 motorcycle crashes were caused by unsafe lane changes (11.8% of motorcycle wrecks)
  5. Failed to yield right of way turning left:  38 motorcycle crashes were caused by unsafe left hand turns (10.1% of motorcycle wrecks)

If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle wreck in Arlington, call our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers for a FREE CONSULTATION.

Steps to Take After a Motorcycle Crash in Arlington, TX

After a motorcycle crash, your adrenaline is likely to be highly elevated and your mind will be racing. Our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers want you to know it is important to remain calm, and to follow these steps.

  1. Move to Safety and Leave Your Bike.  Move yourself to a safe location off the roadway and outside the lane of traffic, such as a sidewalk. Our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers understand your bike is you baby, but it is very important not to try and move it. Trying to move your bike puts you at risk of another driver target fixating on you, leading to another collision. Moreover, trying to move the bike can exacerbate injuries masked by your adrenaline, and destroy evidence related to the cause of the accident.
  2. Check for Injuries.  Initially, it may be difficult to know the extent of your injuries due to the rush of adrenaline you will experience. However, it is important to understand what injuries you may have so you know whether to tell emergency services to call an ambulance. Although it may sound counterintuitive, do not remove your gear as doing so can create further damage where injuries are present. Even removing your helmet can risk furthering head, neck, and spinal injuries. Simply try to rest in a comfortable, neutral position until emergency services arrives.
  3. Call Emergency Services.  Even if you have an automatic crash detection app like REALRIDER or Eat Sleep Ride, our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers suggest you call 911. Texas Transportation Code § 550.026 requires you report accidents involving property damage or injuries to the local police. The police will protect and investigate the accident scene, call an ambulance if needed, gather evidence to help determine liability, and produce an Arlington crash report which will be a critical piece of evidence for your claim.
  4. Search for Witnesses.  See whether any nearby drivers or pedestrians have stopped to render aid. If so and they witnessed the accident, politely request their contact information to serve as witnesses. Further, ask if they have a dash camera or mobile phone which may have caught the accident on video.
  5. Exchange Information.  Texas Transportation Code § 550.023 requires you to exchange information with the other driver. Our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers suggest you limit communication with the other driver to exchanging: 1) drivers licenses, 2) insurance IDs, 3) contact information, 4) license plates, 5) VIN numbers, and 6) contact information with any passengers.
  6. Gather Evidence.  After exchanging information, document the scene by taking photos of everything, such as: property damage to all vehicles, skid marks on the road, road signs, position of the sun, any field of view obstructions, and whatever else may serve as evidence to support your version of events related to what caused the accident. Further, our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers suggest you take photos of all the information you have gathered to ensure accuracy, and as a back-up in case it is lost.
  7. Call Our Arlington Motorcycle Accident Lawyers.  Thompson Law offers free case reviews and charges no fee unless we win. We obtained 15 of the top 50 personal injury settlements in the State of Texas in 2021, and stand ready to help you with your personal injury claim after your motorcycle crash.

If you have been hurt in a motorcycle wreck in Arlington and want advice on what steps you should take next, call our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers for a FREE CASE EVALUATION.

Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Motorcycle drivers are more exposed than people operating cars or trucks. As a result, motorcycle accident victims are prone to serious, even life-altering injuries.

In the United States in 2020, 82,528 motorcyclists were injured and 5,579 were killed in crashes (an 11% increase over the prior year). In terms of per vehicle mile travelled, motorcyclists were nearly 28 times more likely to perish in fatal traffic crashes than regular passenger vehicles, and 43 times more likely than light truck drivers. In Texas, motorcyclist fatalities increased an alarming 17% in 2020.

Common motorcycle accident injuries include:

Many motorcycle accident injuries require extensive medical treatment and a high level of professional care and supervision. As a result, medical expenses can quickly get out of control.

If someone else’s negligence or recklessness led to your motorcycle accident injury, an Arlington personal injury lawyer can help you understand your legal rights. At Thompson Law, we advocate for accident victims to help relieve the burdens of lost wages, pain and suffering, and mounting medical expenses.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle crash in Arlington, call our motorcycle accident lawyers in Arlington, TX for a FREE CONSULTATION.

How Can an Arlington Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Help?

If you were in an Arlington, Texas, motorcycle accident, Thompson Law can help. The first step is a free evaluation, where we will help you understand your legal rights and options. From there, your lawyer will guide you through every step of your personal injury case.

We can help you get compensation for the following:

An Arlington motorcycle accident lawyer will:

  • Help you understand your rights
  • Offer sound legal advice
  • Complete a professional investigation of your accident
  • Connect with your medical providers
  • Thoroughly assess all damages
  • Handle communication and negotiation with insurance companies
  • File a lawsuit, if necessary
  • Represent you in court

Remember, we do not collect any compensation until you win. Our legal experts are here 24/7 to assist with your case so you can focus on recovering from your injuries. We are happy to answer any questions during your free case review.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle crash in Arlington, call our motorcycle accident lawyers in Arlington, TX for a FREE CONSULTATION.

Can I Make an Injury Claim if I Was Not Wearing a Helmet?

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident and not wearing a helmet at the time, you can still make an injury claim in Texas. However, your injury claim may be negatively impacted in a few ways. For example, if your injuries may have been prevented by wearing a helmet or if you were breaking the law by not wearing a helmet, making a claim will be more difficult, though not impossible.

Texas Transportation Code § 661.003 states all motorcycle drivers and passengers must wear a helmet if they are under the age of 21. However, the law allows for two exceptions to helmet wearing when a person is 21 or older and:

  1. has successfully completed an approved motorcycle operator training and safety course (Chapter 662), or
  2. has a health insurance plan to cover motorcycle accident injuries you may suffer while operating or riding on a motorcycle.

Although the law does allow for exceptions to motorcycle helmet wearing, our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers suggest you wear one. Only 64.9% of motorcycle riders and passengers wore Department of Transportation compliant helmets in 2021, according to the National Occupant Protection Use Survey.

However, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that over 25,000 lives were saved by wearing motorcycle helmets between 2002 and 2017. Moreover, the NHTSA estimates helmets are effective in preventing fatal injuries for 37% of drivers and 41% of motorcycle passengers.

If you or a loved one was injured or killed in a motorcycle accident while not wearing a helmet, call our Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers for a FREE CASE REVIEW. Our attorneys will answer any questions you may have, and let you know if we can help.

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Arlington Motorcycle Accident Lawyers with No Out-of-Pocket Costs

Following an accident, you might feel overwhelmed by stress and inundated by obligations. Whether you are dealing with lost wages, emotional distress, physical pain, or all of the above, a motorcycle accident attorney can ensure your injury claim meets the necessary deadlines and requirements.

After an Arlington motorcycle accident, you and your family are not on your own. Call Thompson Law today to discuss your case for free. Our personal injury attorneys are available 24/7 to help make things right.

No win no fee Arlington motorcycle accident lawyer

The statute of limitations in Texas is 2 years in most injury accidents. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, call us today or submit a form for a NO COST, NO-OBLIGATION CONSULTATION with an Arlington motorcycle accident lawyer at Thompson Law.

Whether you live here, were visiting Arlington, or were just passing through on your way to Dallas or Fort Worth when your crash happened, the Arlington motorcycle accident lawyers at Thompson Law can help. If you do not need an attorney today you can save our contact information in your phone so you do not have to go searching for “motorcycle accident lawyers arlington tx near me” when you are in need of an attorney.

Take action to protect your right to a full value monetary recovery. The sooner you speak with our auto accident lawyers and understand your options, the faster you’ll be on the path to recovery.

More Motorcycle Accident FAQs

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If you are injured in any type of accident, your first priority should be to seek immediate medical attention, even if you are not certain that you are injured. Seeking immediate medical treatment does two things: 1) it ensures injuries you sustained are diagnosed and treated; and, 2) it helps eliminate any doubt by the insurance company that your injuries were caused by the accident. 

Often, the shock and adrenaline of an accident can mask symptoms of injuries, so making the mistake of skipping a medical examination can have profound consequences. By seeking prompt medical treatment, you protect both your health and your ability to seek compensation for your injuries with the help of your attorney.

If you were in a motor vehicle accident we have also detailed here what to do after a car accident.

A skilled personal injury lawyer is necessary to get full and fair compensation for injuries you sustained in an accident. Most defendants, whether individual drivers or commercial vehicle operators, are covered by liability insurance. Those insurance companies are not obligated to protect or take care of you. Insurance companies exist to protect the defendant (their customer) who caused the wreck. 

A personal injury attorney can help you obtain compensation for every category of damages to which you are legally entitled. These damages can include things like: medical bills, lost wages, property damage, pain & suffering, punitive damages, loss of limb, diminished mental function, physical impairment, scarring or disfigurement, emotional or mental trauma, and loss of consortium (in wrongful death claims). Further, you may be entitled to future medical bills, future lost income, future pain and suffering, and other damages in severe injury cases.

The largest factor affecting your claim’s value is the severity or magnitude of your injuries. More severe injuries typically require more medical treatment. So it is essential to have all your injuries documented properly by seeking immediate treatment with doctors or hospitals, and continuing under the care and direction of your doctors as long as necessary to heal. Without prompt and consistent medical treatment and documentation, an injury claim becomes very difficult to pursue, let alone win. 

Of course, other factors an also have an impact, and each and every case is different.  Were you injured in a commercial vehicle wreck or truck wreck that totaled your car, or was it a fender bender that did very little damage? Was the other driver intoxicated or drunk, or speeding? A multitude of factors may play into your claim’s overall likely value.  An experienced personal injury lawyer will be able to visit with you and talk to you more specifically about factors which may affect your particular claim.  

In Texas, you usually have two (2) years from the date of incident to file a personal injury claim before it is barred by the statute of limitations. There are exceptions to this 2-year time limit in Texas, for minors and others. Further, other states have different time limits, and the limit that applies is typically for the state in which the accident occurred.

The safest course of action for someone injured in a car wreck, truck wreck, slip and fall, or any other type of accident is to consult with a personal injury attorney.  This will help ensure that you do not miss the applicable limitations period.  Moreover, it will ensure the right investigations are conducted, and the proper steps are taken to preserve the evidence, photos, witness statements, and records needed to successfully pursue your claim. 

If you are injured in a hit-and-run wreck (and are unable to locate the driver) or are hurt in a collision where the other driver does not have insurance, you are not necessarily out of options in terms of financial recovery. You may still be able to recover for your personal injuries if your own policy has Uninsured Motorist (UM) coverage or Personal Injury Protection (PIP). It’s a good idea to contact your insurance company to confirm what types of coverage you have on your policy before an accident, but if you have been hit be sure to ask these questions before finalizing your claim request. Even if you do not have UM or PIP, the attorneys and investigators at Thompson Law can work to track down the other driver in a hit-and-run accident. To do this, we rely on witnesses who may have captured a photo of the car or license plate and/or available surveillance camera footage that might have captured the wreck.  

Typical damages you can recover in a personal injury claim include: medical bills, lost wages, property damage, pain and suffering, and in some cases even punitive damages. In severe injury cases, other damages may be recoverable, such as: future medical bills, future lost income, future pain and suffering, loss of body member or mental function, physical impairment, disfigurement, emotional or mental trauma, and loss of consortium (in wrongful death claims).

Uninsured Motorist (UM) Coverage can help save the day if you are hit by an uninsured driver or if you are the victim in a hit-and-run collision. In short, UM coverage is an add-on coverage that drivers can add to their auto insurance policies that will protect them in the event that they are in an auto accident with a driver who either does not have insurance or cannot be located. You can contact your insurance provider to confirm whether your policy includes UM. If you do not have this coverage, the personal injury attorneys at Thompson Law recommend that you consider adding UM to your auto insurance policy today. 

Knowing how comparative negligence works is vital if you live in a state that uses it. In simple terms, comparative negligence implies both drivers can share fault for an accident, but one driver can be more at fault than the other. For example, you are texting while driving when another driver runs a stop sign and hits your car.

A jury finds that the driver who ran the stop sign is 80 percent at fault, but they believe you would have had a better chance of avoiding the accident if you were not texting at the time. They find you 20 percent at fault. You can only collect enough compensation to cover the other driver’s fault. In this case, you would get $8,000 if the jury thinks your case is worth $10,000.

Having the police respond to the accident scene is of paramount importance. Make sure that YOU call them and insist that they come and investigate the accident. When the police arrive, they will separate the drivers and witnesses from one another and take statements from everyone involved. Be cooperative, detailed, and firm in describing the accident. The investigating officer will usually determine fault based upon these statements, and it is essential that your version of the events is heard and believed. If you think that you may be injured, make that clear to the officer. If an ambulance or other medical professionals arrive on scene, get checked out. If not, make plans to visit an emergency room or doctor soon after you leave the scene. Before you do leave for this care, the officer will provide you with a report number and their contact information. Make sure this information is safely saved, as it will be very important in any auto accident injury claim you may have.     

Call an attorney. Your first instinct might be to call your insurance company, but it’s best to seek legal council first so you don’t accidentally admit guilt or take responsibility for the accident. In many cases your attorney will call the insurance company for you to prevent that from happening.

Absolutely not. It’s important to leave the investigation to the professionals. They know exactly how to work a case to determine all of the facts and details.

Typically, yes. If a family member is seriously injured or killed in an accident, or if the injured party is a minor child, then it may be appropriate under the law for a parent, spouse, relative, or legal guardian to file a claim or lawsuit on behalf of the injured or deceased party.  These types of claims are complex, and usually depend on the type of relationship involved, as well as the individual facts and circumstances of the injury. Calling the experienced personal injury attorneys at Thompson Law is step one to explore filing a legal claim on behalf of your loved one. 

Even if you are partially to blame for a car accident, you may be able to recover some of your damages from the other party. Under Texas’s proportionate responsibility system (also known as comparative negligence), unless you as the claimant/plaintiff are determined more than 51% at fault, you may recover legal damages that are reduced by the percentage you are determined at fault. For example, if you are determined to be 30% at fault, you can recover 70% of your damages from the other responsible party (you can’t recover the other 30% because that was the amount of liability that was determined to lie with you). The personal injury attorneys at Thompson Law can help you navigate this proportionate responsibility system – so reach out online or call anytime for a free consultation.     

Unless you ran a red light or were exceeding the speed limit, the driver turning left is responsible.

I’ve Been in a Motorcycle Accident. What Should I Do? 

Sadly, people tend to jump to blame motorcyclists for causing collisions, even though basic motorcycle training helps make motorcyclists among the most conscientious and aware drivers on the road. In fact, more often than not, the other motorist is at-fault in collisions with motorcycles. Remember these 6 steps to make sure you are safe and to help preserve your legal case right from the start: 

  1. GET SAFE. Stop your motorcycle or move it to a safe place if you are able. Stay close to the scene without obstructing traffic. Activate your emergency flashing lights to prevent other cars from striking you. 
  2. CALL 9-1-1. If you are seriously injured, be sure you request an ambulance when you call. A police report may become critical evidence in determining liability in your case. The police will respond to wrecks involving injuries but may not send a unit for cases involving property damage only.  
  3. TAKE PHOTOS. If you are able to safely do so, take photos of your vehicle, the other vehicle (including the license plate), and the surrounding scene of the accident. You will also want to photograph the other driver’s license and insurance card. 
  4. GATHER INFO. After making sure you and passengers are okay, exchange contact information and insurance information with the other driver. 
  5. FIND WITNESSES. If there are witnesses to the accident, take down their names and contact information. Their statements may help resolve any liability disputes. 
  6. CALL THOMPSON LAW. The experienced team of attorneys, investigators and paralegals are ready to assist you right away. You can even call us to meet you at the scene of an accident.

While Texas law does not legally require you to wear a helmet, basic motorcycle training tells you to wear “All the Gear, All the Time” – and this is just as important for when you are in an accident. Not only will wearing a helmet help reduce the likelihood of serious injury, but refusing to wear a helmet can work against you when trying to prove your case. Unfortunately, an insurance carrier adjuster, or even a jury, may believe that your failure to wear a helmet contributed to the severity of your injuries and try to blame you as the victim for being injured. There simply is no reason to give the insurance adjuster or a jury any reason to put any fault on you or to endanger yourself. Wear a helmet, always! 

Check the back of the helmet – there should be a sticker that tells you if the helmet meets one of the three safety standard certifications. There are three major safety standards for motorcycle helmets: DOT (“Department of Transportation”, ECE “Economic Commission for Europe”, and SNELL (“Snell Memorial Foundation”). If a helmet has one of these safety certifications, this means that it has passed testing by one of these organizations, which is a sign of the helmet’s quality and safety rating. The most basic safety standard is usually considered to be DOT, and ECE is very similar. SNELL is considered to be a more demanding safety standard. At minimum, you should try to purchase helmets with these safety standards, and preferably DOT/SNELL, for the highest safety rated helmets. Additionally, a helmet is a purchase you should always buy new. A previously owned or used helmet may have been damaged or compromised in a way that has diminished its structure and features, leaving you vulnerable to more severe injury. 

Helmet laws are valid in many states. By having Helmet laws, states can reduce the risk of injury to the motorcycle driver, and contribute towards lower health care and insurance payouts.

Given the vulnerability of motorcycle riders, even minor, low-speed accidents can result in lifelong injuries, and the severity of your injures might not be apparent right away. Insist on emergency medical attention after any motorcycle accident, as speed of care can make a life changing difference. Additionally, the motorcyclist involved in the accident is usually not the person at-fault for the collision, so it is important to make sure that the details of the event are correctly represented. Contact an experienced motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible to help preserve the details of your accident and to explain your right to compensation from the responsible party.   

If you or a family member are injured in an automobile accident, you cannot afford NOT to hire the very best attorney available. Thompson Law works on a contingency fee basis. What this means is that you only pay legal fees IF we win for you and AFTER your case is settled. We understand that legal fees upfront are simply too much to deal with after a serious accident where you are dealing with property damage repairs, medical bills, missed work and lost wages. The fact that you owe $0 upfront is an added bonus when you hire great legal representation at Thompson Law.   

If you were injured as the result of someone else’s negligence, there is a good chance we can help you out. We will look at the facts of your accident, whether a car wreck, truck wreck, motorcycle accident, or on-the-job-injury and examine whatever reports or records are available. If we believe that you were injured and it was someone else’s fault, it is likely to be a case we can take. The more information and documentation you can give us about your accident and your injuries, the quicker we can evaluate your case and let you know.  Give us a call or reach out online anytime! 

The best personal injury attorney has three major characteristics: Excellent customer service, cutting edge technology, and a willingness to take cases and win at trial. Ask your potential attorney about the client experience they offer, what kind of technology they use to make your life easier, and when was the last time they took a case to jury trial. Asking these types of questions will give you guidance on what kind of experience you can expect as a client and what kind of results you can expect at the end of your case.

Thompson Law has high ratings from clients for its emphasis on customer service, and its attorneys have achieved significant results on small, large, and complex cases alike. No matter if you have been involved in a minor car wreck or are dealing with catastrophic injuries from a rarer and more devastating event like a terrible workplace accident, dog bite, or an 18 wheeler wreck, Thompson Law can assist you.  

Yes! Thompson Law is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide free consultations. If you have been injured in a truck wreck or car accident, hurt in a slip and fall incident, or otherwise injured from the negligence of another person or party, give us a call any time at 1-800-LION-LAW. We can speak to you over the phone, chat online through our website or social media outlets, or arrange an in-person meeting at your convenience. Our team is ready to help! 

Thompson Law is available 24/7 to provide free consultations and to sign up new clients. We can sign you up over the phone or we can send one of our experienced licensed investigators to meet you at the hospital or at your home if you prefer. Whether you live in Arlington, Ft. Worth, El Paso, McAllen, or even outside of the state of Texas, we are always here to assist you and provide the resources you need at a difficult time. We do the hard work for you so that you can focus on healing from your injuries.  

Let’s be honest: this isn’t a legal show on TV and your case will not settle in the next hour – or even tomorrow.  The true answer is: it depends.  We find that most cases settle within 7-10 months from date of incident; but the timeframe in your case could be shorter or longer depending on: the facts and circumstances of the accident; the length of time it takes you to complete medical treatment; and the character of the insurance company, or companies, involved in your case.  In the event that your case cannot settle pre-litigation and it becomes necessary to file a lawsuit, the litigation process alone can take 1 to 2 years due to the court system and legal process necessary to prepare for trial.  But because so much of the timeline depends on the facts and circumstances of your unique case, call Thompson Law today to discuss the personal injury claims process

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State law limits the time you have to file a claim after an auto accident. If you have been injured in an accident, call now to get the help you need.