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Texas has some specific motorcycle laws that may impact your personal injury claim after an accident, for better or for worse. The state has its own helmet law, for instance, which requires motorcyclists to wear helmets if they’re under the age of 21. Riders over 21 can forego a helmet if they have insurance coverage or certification. When it comes to carrying passengers, no one under the age of five can ride on a motorcycle.
Some states have laws prohibiting lane splitting, a dangerous practice that involves motorcyclists passing other vehicles by weaving in and out of traffic between cars. However, Texas doesn’t prohibit lane splitting, meaning that if a motorcyclist is involved in a car accident, other drivers and passengers can’t incite any lane-splitting law that would blame the motorcyclist. Our Austin motorcycle accident lawyer is a Texas local who knows all our state laws regarding motorcycles and is able to use them to defend you after an accident caused by someone else.
At Chris Morrow Law, we work for you and we won’t stop until you get the compensation you deserve.