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Top-Rated Dallas Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Who Fight for Justice & Maximize Compensation

Motorcycle accidents can have devastating consequences, resulting in severe injuries, significant medical expenses, and emotional trauma. If you or a loved one has been hurt, it’s crucial to seek the assistance of a skilled and experienced motorcycle accident lawyer right away. Our Dallas personal injury law firm is dedicated to advocating for the rights of injury victims and helping them obtain the maximum compensation available.

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Why Choose Mullen & Mullen for Your Motorcycle Accident?

Our law firm has been in business in Dallas for 40 years, and combined our attorneys have 95 years of personal injury experience. We’ve won hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for clients hurt in accidents of all kinds.

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Mullen & Mullen Law Firm holds a distinguished reputation for consistently securing some of the largest personal injury settlements in Texas, year after year.

As confirmed by, our team of Dallas accident attorneys represented an impressive 19 out of Texas’s “Top 50” injury settlements in 2021 (2022 results pending). No other law firm even approached our frequency of inclusion on the list. We achieved a notable placement in the Top 10, with eight settlements in the Top 11-20, and an additional ten settlements in the Top 21-50. This track record empowers us to assert with complete confidence that we will maximize your motorcycle accident compensation. Our law office takes immense pride in our fierce advocacy to secure results that reach the full policy limits for our clients.


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Advanced Medical Diagnostics and Treatment with Deferred Billing

When it comes to medical diagnostics and treatment, Mullen & Mullen Law Firm has you covered with state-of-the-art resources and a vast network of trusted doctors, chiropractors, and surgeons throughout Dallas and across Texas. Our recommended providers specialize in caring for individuals who have suffered injuries in motor vehicle accidents of all kinds. What sets them apart is their willingness to postpone billing until your case is resolved.

Many physicians are hesitant to accept motorcycle accident patients due to concerns about being pulled into time-consuming litigation. However, the medical professionals in our network are committed to assisting accident victims and supporting their recovery.

Moreover, it’s essential to recognize that not all healthcare providers have the expertise to effectively assess and identify the full extent of injuries resulting from motorcycle accidents. Professionals who do not regularly treat accident victims may unintentionally overlook significant injuries simply because they lack specialized knowledge in this area. Fortunately, our recommended medical care providers possess the necessary experience and expertise to comprehensively evaluate accident-related injuries. They know precisely what signs to look for and are dedicated to ensuring that no injury goes unnoticed or untreated.

Insurance Negotiations

The insurance company is not your friend. They do not exist to help you recover compensation or to pay you a fair amount of money for your injuries, pain, and suffering. Their sole purpose is to make money for their shareholders and executives, and they will strive to delay, reduce, or deny your motorcycle accident claim.

Our founder, Attorney Regis Mullen, used to be a Litigation Supervisor for Allstate, and we also have a former insurance adjuster who works for us. Our experienced legal team knows all the tactics insurers use to deny and reduce settlements. Our Dallas lawyers provide the best legal strategies available for maximizing motorcycle accident settlements.

Reduced Contingency Fee

Mullen & Mullen Law Firm saves accident clients thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees with our special offer. The majority of personal injury attorneys charge 33.3%, which is taken from your final settlement amount. We only charge 29%, as long as your case does not require litigation. This 4.3% savings can add up to thousands more in your pocket. For example, on a $500,000 recovery, it would mean you walk away with $21,500 more in your wallet.

It’s because of the quality of our compensation agreements that we can make this special offer. Just mention the discounted rate when you first contact us. Our Dallas motorcycle accident lawyers will explain your legal rights and options and there is never any pressure to hire us.

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Legal Expertise

Motorcycle accidents differ from other motor vehicle accidents due to the unique risks and complexities involved. Motorcyclists are more vulnerable on the road, lacking the protection of an enclosed vehicle. Consequently, injuries sustained in motorcycle accidents tend to be more severe, ranging from broken bones and spinal cord injuries to traumatic brain injuries and even fatalities.

By engaging Mullen & Mullen Law Firm, you gain access to legal professionals who understands the intricacies of motorcycle accident cases. A knowledgeable lawyer will navigate the legal system on your behalf, offering guidance, support, and representation every step of the way.

Our lawyers possess an in-depth knowledge of traffic laws, insurance regulations, and personal injury litigation. We understand how these laws apply specifically to motorcycle accidents, ensuring that your case will be handled with expertise and precision.

Investigation and Evidence

One of our skilled lawyers will conduct a thorough investigation into your motorcycle accident, gathering evidence such as accident reports, witness statements, surveillance footage, and medical records. This evidence is crucial for establishing liability and building a strong case on your behalf.

Determining Liability

Determining who is at fault in a motorcycle accident can be complex. Our Dallas attorneys will analyze the circumstances surrounding your case and identify all responsible parties, such as negligent drivers, road authorities, or manufacturers of faulty motorcycle parts. Holding the appropriate parties accountable is essential for maximizing your chances of receiving fair compensation.

Litigation Representation

If a fair settlement cannot be reached through negotiation, Mullen & Mullen Law Firm will be prepared to take your case to court. With our experience in the courtroom, we will present your case effectively, utilizing our legal knowledge and persuasive skills to fight for your rights.

Support and Guidance

Recovering from a motorcycle accident is not just about physical healing; it also involves emotional recovery and rebuilding your life. At Mullen & Mullen Law Firm, our compassionate team will provide you with the support and guidance you need during this challenging time, ensuring you have the resources to move forward and rebuild your life.

We are committed to providing comprehensive legal representation to motorcycle accident victims. Mullen & Mullen’s attorneys understand the unique challenges you face and are passionate about securing the compensation you deserve, while also holding negligent parties accountable for their actions.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a motorcycle accident, don’t hesitate to contact our dedicated Dallas-based lawyers. We offer a free consultation to evaluate your case, answer your questions, and provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your legal rights. Remember, time is of the essence, so reach out to us today, and let us fight for your rights and recovery.

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Common Injuries Sustained in Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to injuries due to the lack of protective barriers and the relative exposure to the environment. When involved in accidents, motorcyclists can sustain various types of injuries, ranging from minor to severe.

Here are some typical injuries motorcyclists may experience:

Road Rash

Road rash refers to abrasions and skin injuries that occur when a motorcyclist’s body slides across the pavement. It can range from mild scrapes to deep wounds. Road rash can be painful and may result in infections if not properly treated.

Fractures and Bone Injuries

Motorcycle accidents frequently lead to fractures and broken bones due to the direct impact or the forceful contact with the ground or other vehicles. Common fractures include broken limbs (arms, legs), collarbones, ribs, and facial bones. Severe fractures may require surgery, and the recovery process can be lengthy.

Head Injuries

Head injuries are a significant concern for motorcyclists, even if they are wearing helmets. These injuries can range from concussions and contusions to traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). TBIs can have long-term consequences, affecting cognitive abilities, memory, coordination, and overall brain function. They may require extensive medical treatment and rehabilitation.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Motorcycle accidents can result in spinal cord injuries, which can cause partial or complete paralysis. Damage to the spinal cord may lead to loss of sensation, motor control, and bodily functions below the site of injury. Spinal cord injuries often require lifelong medical care, rehabilitation, and adaptive equipment.

Soft Tissue Injuries

Soft tissue injuries include damage to muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Whiplash, sprains, strains, and torn ligaments are common in motorcycle accidents. These injuries can cause pain, swelling, limited mobility, and may require physical therapy or surgery for recovery.

Internal Injuries

Motorcycle accidents can cause internal injuries, such as internal bleeding, organ damage, or damage to the lungs, liver, or kidneys. Internal injuries may not be immediately apparent and require immediate medical attention to prevent further complications.

Emotional and Psychological Trauma

In addition to physical injuries, motorcyclists involved in accidents often experience emotional and psychological trauma. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions can develop as a result of the accident. Psychological support and counseling may be necessary for healing and recovery.

The potential long-term consequences of motorcycle accident injuries can be extensive. They may include chronic pain, permanent disability, loss of income and earning capacity, diminished quality of life, and the need for ongoing medical treatment, rehabilitation, and assistive devices. It is crucial for injured motorcyclists to seek comprehensive medical care and consult with an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer to pursue appropriate compensation for their injuries and long-term consequences.

Texas Motorcycle Accident Law & FAQ

Do motorcycle accident claims resemble car accident claims?

Yes, they do bear great similarity. The majority of insurance coverage and available damages remain consistent. In most cases, the insurance provider representing the party at fault will endeavor to contend that you also share the blame for the collision. They may allege excessive speed or absence of a helmet as contributing factors. Hence, establishing strong liability on the part of the at-fault party becomes exceedingly crucial. This aspect alone underscores the necessity of engaging a proficient personal injury attorney.

Are witnesses important to your claim?

Absolutely. This is especially crucial when the insurance company tries to deny liability or suggests that you bear more than 50% of the fault for the accident. It’s essential to proactively request witnesses to provide their date of birth, driver’s license number, as well as their name, address, and telephone number.

To ensure we gather all the necessary evidence, our accident investigator will actively search for witnesses to the motorcycle wreck, even if they were not included in the police report. Our investigator has extensive experience in thoroughly canvassing accident locations to uncover potential witnesses.

On the other hand, it’s important to note that the insurance company will not simply assume that you were injured. They will demand proof of your injuries. Therefore, it is imperative that you promptly seek medical care as soon as you experience any symptoms related to the motorcycle wreck, no matter how minor they may seem.

Remember: If you delay seeking medical treatment for your injuries after an accident, the insurance company is likely to argue or suggest that your claim involves a “gap in treatment,” indicating a period during which you received no medical care. They often use this gap in treatment to insinuate that your injuries are not genuine.

Who’s at fault in these common types of motorcycle collisions? Let’s explore:

Falling down while heading into a curve

The responsibility for this type of accident could lie with you, or it could be attributed to the government entity responsible for maintaining the road. If the road was adequately maintained, the blame might fall on you. However, if there was a specific defect on the road, the government entity could be held accountable for both maintaining the road and creating the defect.

A car turns in front of you

This is the most prevalent type of motorcycle accident. Many lawyers encounter situations where the driver of the car directly observes you but still turns in front of you. It seems that they fail to register the presence of a motorcycle in their mind, likely due to their familiarity with cars, which makes them inattentive to your smaller vehicle. Fault unequivocally lies with the driver, although winning your claim is not automatic; it remains the closest you can get to a straightforward case in the legal realm.

Getting hurt while lane-splitting

Lane-splitting is neither explicitly permitted nor outlawed by Texas law. However, Mullen & Mullen’s skilled injury lawyers would argue that you bear some responsibility for the accident since lane-splitting is not a typical driving activity. This argument is likely to resonate with most jurors.

Not wearing a helmet

In this scenario, your fault is likely to increase. Texas follows a “comparative negligence” approach, which means you can recover compensation if you are 50% or less responsible for your injuries. However, if you were not wearing a helmet and it could have reduced or prevented your injuries, your ability to recover a significant amount of compensation is likely to be limited.

Can I still recover damages for my injuries if the police can’t figure out who was responsible for my motorcycle wreck?

Yes, you can. A jury could deem your account of the accident more credible, and additional witnesses who are currently unknown might be discovered. Moreover, an accident Reconstructionist could establish liability on the at-fault party by utilizing various calculations and measurements.

Our accident investigator has received specialized training in handling “swearing match” cases. Additionally, we can swiftly interview witnesses you are aware of and thoroughly canvass nearby businesses or residences to determine if anyone witnessed the wreck. If the circumstances of your injury claim warrant it, our Dallas motorcycle accident attorneys can engage an expert accident Reconstructionist at no up-front cost to you.

Which agencies and/or organizations might hold records related to my collision or the at-fault driver?

Several agencies or organizations could possess relevant documents, depending on the specific details of your motorcycle collision. These include:

  1. Texas Department of Public Safety;
  2. United States Department of Transportation;
  3. Federal Highway Administration;
  4. Texas Department of Transportation; and
  5. Texas Transportation Commission.

At Mullen & Mullen Law Firm, we routinely submit records requests to these government entities, among many others. If you decide to retain our services, we will promptly initiate requests for all available documents pertaining to the motorcycle accident you were involved in. Additionally, we will conduct searches for public records associated with the at-fault driver(s).

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Filing Liability & First-Party Injury Claims

What is a liability claim?

You file a liability insurance claim with the carrier for the at-fault party, i.e. the operator of the motor vehicle that hit you.

If the driver of the automobile that hit you did not have a driver’s license you may be able to file a claim against them for negligently entrusting said vehicle to an unlicensed or incompetent driver. In addition, if the at-fault party was in the course and scope of his or her employment you can file a liability claim against that person’s employer under the recognized doctrine of Respondeat Superior.

What First-Party claims are involved in motorcycle accident injuries?

First-party insurance claims refer to claims filed directly with your own insurance company or the insurance company of the vehicle owner. These claims may include:

PIP (“Personal Injury Protection”) Claims

This type of insurance provides “no-fault” coverage for reimbursing medical expenses and lost wages. (Keep in mind that you should be provided with PIP coverage of $2,500.00 unless you have signed a waiver for this coverage.)

MedPay Claims

Similar to PIP claims, but the insurance carrier is entitled to offset the amount if you receive compensation from a third-party.

UIM Claims (underinsured motorist claims)

To recover UIM damages, you must first obtain a policy-limits offer from the insurance carrier of the at-fault party. You are entitled to this coverage up to $30,000.00, unless you have waived it by signing a document. (Remember: You need permission from your insurance company to accept a policy limits settlement offer from the liability carrier; failing to do so could result in denial of coverage under your own policy.)

UM Claims

A UM claim, also known as an uninsured motorist claim, comes into play if the person who hit you did not have the required insurance as mandated by law. (Note: In the case of a “hit-and-run” situation, it is crucial that the at-fault party made actual physical contact with your motorcycle or person; otherwise, coverage is likely to be denied. However, in the context of a liability claim, no physical contact is necessary. For example, if a driver veered into your lane and you had to lay your bike down to avoid a collision, you can still pursue damages against the negligent driver.)

What are the minimum liability limits in a Dallas motorcycle accident case?

In Texas, motorists must carry at least $30,000 per person / $60,000 per accident liability limits. Furthermore, it is common for the at-fault vehicle to possess significantly higher coverage limits of $250,000 per person / $500,000 per accident or higher.

For instance, if both you and a passenger sustain injuries in the same motorcycle collision and the at-fault driver’s policy limits are $30,000 per person / $60,000 per accident, the insurance policy would only provide a maximum of $30,000 to each individual and a total payout of $60,000 for the liability carrier. This limit applies even if, for example, one of you suffered multiple bone fractures in the accident.

Identifying all available sources of insurance coverage is of utmost importance. To safeguard your legal rights, Mullen & Mullen will promptly file all potential claims and pursue any additional claims that may be accessible at the beginning of your case. Moreover, our firm conducts asset searches on at-fault drivers who possess low liability limits, as they may have assets that can be pursued in addition to the available insurance funds.

Getting Your Motorcycle Repaired or Replaced in a Timely Manner

Should You Use The Body Shop Recommended By The Insurance Company?

Never. The liability insurance carrier is recommending their body shop for a reason; however, they generally charge the insurance company less for repairs or do not utilize the best available parts or have the most qualified mechanics. The primary motive behind this recommendation is that the liability insurance company wants to keep the property damage as low as possible. Their intention is to argue later that you were not injured, as exemplified by their property damage denial: “There was only $750.00 in damage to the motorcycle. How could you be injured?”

Instead, exercise your right to choose the repair facility for your motorcycle. Choose either the dealership where you purchased it or a qualified service facility you select. Take control of the situation by deciding who repairs your vehicle.

Do you get a rental car?

Yes, but usually only if your motorcycle can be repaired. If your motorcycle has been totaled then you will likely not be entitled to a rental vehicle from the at-fault party’s insurance carrier. However, you could have rental coverage on your own policy that would be applicable.

Can Mullen & Mullen assist you in obtaining a rental vehicle?

Yes. Mullen & Mullen routinely helps clients in obtaining a rental car while the liability carrier for the at-faulty party is determining whether your motorcycle is a “total loss”.

Can you claim your motorcycle has diminished in value because of the accident?

Yes. But this usually requires obtaining an expert to establish the amount of diminished value. We routinely advance money to clients to help establish diminished value if the diminished value is significant.

What if your motorcycle has been totaled?

If your motorcycle is deemed a “total loss” by the at-fault party’s insurance carrier, or your own insurer, you are entitled to recover the fair market value of your vehicle or damages equal to what similar motorcycles are being sold for on the open market. This is not measured by KBB or NADA.

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Establishing Non-Economic Damages

Can you recover non-economic damages, like pain and suffering?

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident, you may also be entitled to the following non-economic damages:

  1. Past and future pain and suffering;
  2. Past and future mental anguish;
  3. Past and future physical impairment; and
  4. Loss of consortium.

The damages listed above pose difficulty in quantification. One can never predict the type of jury that might be selected. Unlike the calculation of medical bill damages, which is straightforward, it is impossible for any lawyer to definitively state the precise amount a jury would grant for the aforementioned damages due to the potential variation caused by multiple factors.

In evaluating cases, Mullen & Mullen actively monitors recent verdicts. Moreover, our law firm possesses a 40-year track record, enabling us to assess cases by considering previous similar instances with comparable injuries. Our attorneys are dedicated to passionately advocating for non-economic damages and will collaborate with you to establish the central theme of your injury claim.

Our attorneys often prepare and utilize “day in the life videos.” These videos track a client throughout his or her day, demonstrating how the collision has impacted every aspect of life. additionally, these videos let the insurance adjuster better understand your claimed injuries and limitations.

Proving-Up Economic Damages

Can you recover damages for lost wages?

Yes. It is imperative, however, that these damages be “proved-up” or established by a preponderance of the evidence. Mullen & Mullen Law Firm can provide you with documents to give to your employer to assist you in establishing your lost wages.

Can you recover damages for future lost wages?

Certainly. Such compensation is commonly known as loss of earning capacity. Mullen & Mullen Law Firm frequently engages economists, vocational rehabilitation consultants, or a combination of both, to assist clients in substantiating past lost earnings and projecting future loss of earning capacity.

Are you potentially entitled to any other economic damages?

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident, you might also be entitled to these additional economic damages:

  1. Past medical expenses (“Reasonable and Necessary”);
  2. Future medical expenses (“Reasonable and Necessary”);
  3. Motorcycle repair cost;
  4. Replacement motorcycle cost; and
  5. Diminished value to your motorcycle.

Mullen & Mullen’s attorneys utilize Life Care Planners on traumatic injury cases when necessary. We front this expense for you to help establish the necessity of life-long accommodations as a result of the injuries you sustained.

Punitive & Exemplary Damages

Exemplary damages, better known as punitive damages, are difficult to obtain but are meant to punish at-fault parties. Punitive damages require a finding of gross negligence or recklessness.

Some situations where punitive damages could be argued and/or awarded include:

  1. If the Defendant was drinking and driving and/or intoxicated;
  2. If the Defendant hadn’t slept for an extended period of time;
  3. If the Defendant was on his cell phone and excessively speeding;
  4. If the Defendant was racing another vehicle; and
  5. Any other situation in which the Defendant was reckless or grossly negligent.

Negotiating a Settlement for Your Motorcycle Accident Injuries

How much is your claim worth?

Be weary of injury attorneys who immediately try to guarantee you results or tell you what your case is “worth.” Case value is dictated by several factors, including arguments raised by the insurance adjuster.

One of our lawyers will personally analyze each and every case in the office and review the settlement proposal submitted to the insurance company(ies) on your behalf.

Mullen & Mullen Law Firm offers clients a contingent contract with no attorney fees due unless we obtain you a recovery. We are on your team and our primary goal is the same: Obtain the highest possible settlement available.

What factors impact claim value?

Many factors can influence the value of a personal injury claim, including:

  1. Arguments raised by the insurance adjuster/defense attorney;
  2. Gaps in medical treatment;
  3. Comparative negligence;
  4. Subjective injuries (soft-tissue and sprain/strain) vs. Objective injuries (broken or fractured bones);
  5. Amount of medical bills incurred;
  6. The amount of future expected medical bills;
  7. Liability factors (Defendant on telephone at time of motorcycle wreck, for example); and
  8. Emotional aspects of your story (For example, if collision caused you to lose your house).

Will the insurance company argue that you were also negligent?

They are highly likely to do so. Insurance companies are aware that people often hold biases against bikers, assuming they all engage in speeding. In an attempt to establish comparative negligence, the insurance company will make arguments suggesting that you, in some way or another, were also negligent. They may claim that you were speeding, inattentive, or should have exercised more caution when proceeding through an intersection.

If it is determined that you were indeed negligent in the motorcycle accident, the total damages awarded will be reduced by the percentage of fault attributed to you. For instance, if a jury awards you $250,000 in damages but determines that you were 40% at fault, the final verdict would be adjusted to $150,000.

Can you recover damages if you are 60% responsible for the motorcycle collision?

No. You can only recover damages if it is argued, or a jury determines, you were not more than 50% at fault.

Will the insurance company dispute the amount of my medical bills?

Yes. Insurance companies employ “independent” doctors (who primarily work with insurance companies) to conduct peer reviews. These hired professionals, along with the insurance adjuster, are likely to contend that some portion of your medical treatment was unnecessary or that certain aspects of your medical bills were unreasonable.

Can you still recover damages if the accident exacerbated a pre-existing injury?

Yes. In Texas, the “Eggshell Plaintiff” doctrine is recognized. In essence, it means that you must accept the plaintiff as they are. This means that if a person is more susceptible to injury due to a pre-existing injury or condition, you are still liable for any additional damages that may arise. For instance, you may have had degenerative disc disease that was previously asymptomatic but became painful after the accident. Another example could be a prior injury that you had already recovered from but resurfaced after the accident.

Mullen & Mullen’s lawyers are well-versed in the “Eggshell Plaintiff” doctrine and frequently request prior medical records to provide evidence of the aggravation of injuries caused by a motorcycle accident. Our team of injury lawyers often aids clients in preparing witness fact affidavits from friends and family members, which detail how the specific collision subsequently impacted your life.

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Should You Settle or File a Lawsuit?

Whether or not you should accept the insurance company’s final offer is dependent on several factors, including the cost of additional attorney fees and case expenses associated with the filing of a lawsuit.

Mullen & Mullen Law Firm will advise you the same way we would a good friend or family member. Our Dallas personal injury attorneys always recommend the best course course of action for our clients. And the best choice is ultimately the one that will put the highest amount of money in your pocket. The final decision, however, is completely yours to make.

What generally happens if a lawsuit is filed?

When a lawsuit is filed, several things typically occur:

  1. Legal fees experience a significant increase.
  2. Case expenses also undergo a significant increase.
  3. The process usually spans 6-9 months if the case is settled, and potentially over a year if a trial becomes necessary.
  4. You are generally required to provide assistance in answering written questions, participate in a deposition, and attend a mediation session.

Bias Against Motorcycle Drivers & Comparative Negligence

Are insurance adjusters or jurors biased against motorcycle drivers?

Absolutely. Some insurance adjusters and jurors may have a natural tendency to associate all bikers with those they have seen flying down the highway. It is important, therefore, to make sure evidence is developed demonstrating you were following the rules of the road and operating your motorcycle in a safe and reasonable manner.

Does it matter if you were wearing a helmet or not?

Yes. Insurance adjusters will argue and/or a jury could determine that you were comparatively negligent for not wearing a helmet. The insurance company will undoubtedly suggest your injuries were made worse because you didn’t follow the law and wear a helmet.

Local Support Groups and Rehab Centers

Here are some potential local support groups and rehabilitation centers in Dallas that may cater to individuals who have been injured in motorcycle accidents. It’s important to note that availability and specific services may vary, so it’s advisable to research and contact these organizations for the most up-to-date information.

Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation

Description: Offers a wide range of rehabilitation services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, to aid in recovery from motorcycle accident injuries.

Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington

Description: Provides specialized inpatient rehabilitation services for individuals recovering from serious injuries, including those sustained in motorcycle accidents.

Dallas Rehabilitation Institute

Description: Offers comprehensive rehabilitation services for individuals recovering from injuries, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.

Texas Health Resources

Description: A healthcare system that operates multiple hospitals and rehabilitation centers in the Dallas area, providing various medical and rehabilitation services.

North Texas Rehab Center

Description: Provides a range of rehabilitative services, including physical therapy and occupational therapy, to individuals recovering from injuries sustained in accidents.

Methodist Rehabilitation Hospital

Description: Offers specialized inpatient rehabilitation programs designed to help individuals regain independence and recover from serious injuries, including those resulting from motorcycle accidents.

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation

Description: Operates rehabilitation hospitals and outpatient centers throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, providing a wide range of rehabilitative services for individuals with various injuries.

Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, and there may be other organizations and facilities in Dallas that cater to individuals injured in motorcycle accidents. It’s recommended to conduct further research, reach out to local hospitals, and consult with medical professionals or a motorcycle accident lawyer for personalized recommendations and guidance.

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