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A Steadfast Advocate
For Injury Victims In Austin And Central Texas

Guiding Motorcycle Accident Victims Toward Recovery

There were 8,577 motorcycle crashes in Texas in 2022, with just over 9,000 recorded injuries and deaths. Despite how tough they may look, motorcyclists are incredibly vulnerable on the road. If they are involved in a collision with another vehicle, they are more likely to get seriously injured. When Austin motorcyclists get injured in car accidents, attorney Matt Breeland helps them get on the road to recovery. 

The Top Causes Of Motorcycle Crashes

There are many things on the road that frequently cause motorcycle crashes, including:

  • Improper maneuvers
  • Speeding
  • Driver inattention
  • Drunk or drugged driving

At the core of the factors contributing to motorcycle crashes lies two crucial issues: drivers not seeing motorcyclists and not sharing the road safely with them.

If you’re a motorcyclist injured in an accident a negligent driver caused, attorney Matt is here to help you hold them accountable.

Matt Knows How Insurance Companies Think

People pay for insurance so that they can get help when they need it. Unfortunately, it seems insurance companies care more about their bottom lines than their customers. They tend to deny their customers fair compensation right when they need it most.

Attorney Matt used to work for insurance companies but now uses the knowledge he gained to help his personal injury clients triumph against them. He knows precisely the arguments they’ll try to use to get out of providing you the compensation you deserve. He can anticipate their legal strategies and utilize even stronger ones to secure justice. 

Get On The Road To Recovery Today

If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident and need help seeking justice, contact Breeland Injury Law, PLLC. Matt can guide you through the legal options available and will fight for your recovery. To get started, set up a free initial consultation. Call the office at 888-531-0494 or send a message online to schedule your appointment.