Riding a motorcycle is a fun hobby that can turn into a nightmare in a matter of seconds. Bad road conditions, drunk drivers, and even distracted passengers can change your life in an instant.
If you or a loved one have experienced this first-hand, you don’t have to face an uncertain future alone. We’re on your side.
Every motorcycle accident case deserves a thorough approach and an attorney who’s willing to fight on your behalf. That means we don’t just seek damages; we’re willing to collect evidence and go to trial for you every time.
“A lawyer who represented the Texas State Troopers Association asked me to handle a case for one of his dear friends. She had been a dispatcher for the troopers for almost 30 years and was married to a retired trooper who had ridden a motorcycle his entire career. The two of them were on vacation near Enid, Oklahoma traveling 60 mph on a two-lane highway on her husband’s brand-new Harley. A local rancher turning left into his gate never saw them. Her husband died, and she spent 9 months in the hospital. When she left, she was in a wheelchair with hardware in her leg, hip and back. My investigator made three separate trips to Enid before we ever filed suit. In the end, we recovered every dollar of the available insurance, and our client received additional compensation from the rancher. However, these types of cases are complex, especially since juries often wrongfully believe that a rider is somehow partially at fault just for being on a motorcycle. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, you need an attorney that understands the unique prejudices involved in these cases. Give me a call and let’s talk.” ~ Chris Parks
While we treat every motorcycle injury case individually, there are five standards you can expect from Chris Parks Law:
If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle accident, Chris Parks Law will help you get the settlement you deserve without any upfront cost. Fill out the form or call us at 720-805-1193 to schedule your free consultation and tell us about your case today.