Why Choose Kemmy Law Firm?
When you are injured in a motorcycle accident in Midland or Odessa, Texas, you have a number of personal injury law firms to choose from. However, not all personal injury firms are alike in experience, skills, resources, and outcomes.
Kemmy Law Firm is family-owned and -operated. We others with compassion and respect, and we extend those values to our clients. When you walk in our doors, you are family.
When fighting for your motorcycle injury compensation, you need a lawyer with genuine trial experience. Our family of trial lawyers has more than 50 years of litigation experience. Over the decades, it has become clear what is truly at stake for motorcycle accident victims: their future stability and comfort.
We know what you are facing and what you need to get through this process. Kemmy Law Firm has the knowledge, experience, and resources to go up against the big insurance companies. When it comes to negotiations, we are vigorous and assertive in pushing for the best possible outcome for you and your family.
Just as important as our capabilities, we have a deep desire to set things right when someone has been wronged. It is this desire that drives us to consistently offer high-quality services over quantity. We limit our caseload so that you and your family can be confident your case receives the attention it deserves.
Motorcycle Accidents We Handle
Our firm has the experience and resources to handle any kind of personal injury case that happens on our roadways, including crashes involving motorcycles. We understand that motorcycle crashes are often serious, and victims suffer moderate to life-threatening injuries. Whatever your circumstances, do not hesitate to reach out
Types of motorcycle accidents we can address include:
- Accidents with cars and trucks
- Rear-end collisions with cars and trucks
- Sideswipes with cars and trucks
- Head-on collisions with cars and trucks
- Distracted motorist accidents
- Impaired motorist accidents
- Teen and inexperienced driver accidents
- Motorists opening doors in motorcyclist’s path
- Left-turn accidents with cars and trucks
- Right-turn accidents with cars and trucks
- Road hazard accidents
- Defective and dangerous road accidents
- Lane splitting accidents
Every motorcycle accident is unique. How we establish liability in one case will not be the same as how we establish liability in another. For example, proving a teen driver was distracted requires a different approach than proving a motorist was inebriated. Our motorcycle injury lawyers understand the nuances involved in motorcycle crashes and address those differences appropriately.
Evaluate Your Motorcycle Accident Injuries
After a motorcycle crash in Midland-Odessa, a physician may diagnose you with:
- Bone fractures
- Soft tissue injuries
- Severe lacerations
- Facial and dental injuries
- Eye injuries
- Concussion or traumatic brain injury
- Neck or back injuries, including herniated discs
- Spinal cord injuries
- Nerve damage
- Road rash
- Crush injuries
- Internal organ damage
It is essential you receive excellent medical care after a crash. There is no way to tell how severe your motorcycle injuries are until a physician examines you.
Going to the emergency room or seeing a trusted physician as soon as possible is important to your claim. You want to begin documenting your injuries and the cost of medical care right away.
We recommend you take pictures of your injuries immediately following the crash and every day after to create evidence of your treatment and healing. Also, keep a daily journal. Make a note about how you feel mentally and physically each day. All of this can help us establish the true value of your injuries.
Fatal Motorcycle Accidents
There are few things in life more difficult than dealing with the grief of losing someone you love, especially when that loss comes unexpectedly. This grief is also made more difficult when we are left with questions about who was responsible for the loss. If a loved one has passed away after being injured in a motorcycle accident and you have questions, call us. We can answer your questions and guide you through this difficult period.
When another person was responsible for your loved one’s death, your family can pursue certain wrongful death damages. The law may entitle you and your family to compensation for the loss of your relative’s income, the loss of your relative’s care, support, companionship, and love, and your mental and emotional anguish.