Motorcycle Accidents

Do I Need Motorcycle Insurance in Texas?

Warm weather almost year-round means that Texas highways and city streets see plenty of motorcycle riders zipping in and out of traffic. Motorcycles lack the protection of a car or a truck, though, which means that the bike driver will often suffer grievous injuries in an accident.  Motorcycle insurance can cover the medical bills and… read more

Motorcycle Passenger Rights After an Accident in Texas

A total of 562 motorcyclists died, and 2,422 people were injured in motorcycle accidents in Texas in 2022, according to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).  Some of these injuries and fatalities were the motorcyclists, while others were passengers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that motorcyclists are about 24 times more likely to… read more

Are There Different Types of Motorcycle Licenses in Texas?

Driving a car is one activity, but operating a motorcycle is another. Riding a motorcycle requires a different set of skills than driving a car. That is why Texas, like other states, requires you to obtain a separate motorcycle license before you can legally operate a motorcycle on public roads. Texas offers more than one… read more

Driving Car Or Driving Motorcycle, Which Is Safer?

Motorcycles and cars are two of the most common vehicles on Texas roadways. You might be wondering which mode of transportation is safer here in the Lone Star State. Attorney Brian White Personal Injury Lawyers explains whether cars or motorcycles are safer.  Is A Motorcycle Safer Than A Car? If you are wondering, “Is a… read more

What Are the Odds of Surviving a Motorcycle Accident in Houston, TX?

It’s no secret that motorcycle riding can be a dangerous form of travel. Statistically, motorcyclists have a higher injury rate in vehicular accidents than those occupying passenger vehicles. After all, the very construction of a motorcycle leaves riders in a vulnerable position. If one thing goes wrong, the results could be catastrophic. Fatal motorcycle accidents… read more

Motorcycle Parking Laws in Texas

Texas, as the second largest state in the country, offers miles and miles of road for motorcycle riders to enjoy. It is estimated that there are over 400,000 registered motorcycles in the state. Riding a motorcycle can be exhilarating. With the bump in gas prices, they are also a smart economical choice. Before you hit… read more

Motorcycle Roadway Hazards

Every day, Texas roadways carry residents and visitors across our great state. In fact, Texas has more than 683,000 miles of roadways, with more being built each day. As you are reading this article, there is a high chance you’ve encountered road construction in your daily drives. Texas state and local agencies are constructing, widening,… read more

The Most Common Motorcycle Crash Injuries

It is no secret that motorcycles carry an elevated risk of crashes and injuries. Because motorcycles are not equipped with the same safety features as passenger vehicles, some of these injuries may be more severe than those that might occur after a car accident. Knowing that injuries are more common in motorcycle wrecks and what… read more

Is Lane Splitting & Filtering Legal in Texas?

One of the most stressful parts of driving any car is waiting in stopped or sluggish traffic. If you’re riding a motorbike, you could be wondering if you can squeeze your vehicle into the gap between slower vehicles and continue your journey. This is sometimes referred to as lane splitting.  In other cases, you might… read more

Why All Motorcycle Riders Should Wear a Helmet Camera

Helmet cameras have become an increasingly popular choice for motorcyclists. Yet despite their availability and convenience, they’re still not considered a staple for biking safety.  Some bikers may feel that wearing a helmet is an unnecessary hassle. Others might view the choice to wear a helmet camera as indicating fear of an accident. However, wearing… read more