Plano Bicycle Accident Attorney

Attorney Doug Goyen Since 1997, the Law Office of Doug Goyen has been representing people in personal injury cases involving Plano auto accidents and assisting clients in recovering compensation for their injuries as a result of those accidents. Attorney Doug Goyen is a Dallas bicycle accident attorney who handles all varieties of auto accidents, including those involving bicyclists. We provide the expertise, experience, and representation you need to get compensated for your injury.

In 2019 there were 2,547 auto accidents with bicyclists in Texas according to reports turned into the Texas Department of Transportation. In those accidents, there were 68 cyclists fatalities and 2,288 cyclists were injured in those collisions.

We have handled thousands of personal injury cases and obtained millions of dollars in settlement funds for our clients. If you need a Plano bicycle accident attorney, please call (972) 599 4100 or fill out our website contact form. There is no fee unless and until you win. We will begin working on your case right away.

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What Can a Plano Bicycle Accident Attorney Recover for Your Injury?

Nobody wants to hurt or be in pain. If someone injures another person due to careless behavior, the injured person should be compensated for the loss of their pre-injury and pre-pain condition.

Crashed car and bicycle With an injury, there is often pain that has consequences such as loss of mobility, loss of a limb, and inability to enjoy things you once could. The pain caused by an injury can sometimes change a person’s personality, the loss of a sliver of your humanity is priceless. This loss necessitates restitution from the person who negligently caused the injury. The law in Texas allows recovery for those who have been injured by negligence to recover for their injury. Among things you can commonly recover are the following types of damages:

The following are common types of damages recoverable in auto accident personal injury cases:

  • Past and future medical bills: The costs and expenses for the medical bills required to treat your injury in the past and in the future.
  • Earning capacity lost in the past and in the future: The amount of money you could have earned if you had not been injured.
  • Past and future lost income: The amount of money you have lost and will lose as a result of the injury.
  • Compensation is allowed for past and future pain and suffering based on a jury’s common sense, knowledge, and sense of justice. In terms of settling a claim, determining the value of pain and suffering is done by imagining what a jury – who does not know anyone involved – will think the value is.
  • Physical impairment in the past and future: How you have been physically impaired in the past as a result of your injury, and how you will be physically impaired in the future.
  • Past and future mental anguish: How your physical injury has caused significant mental anguish, to the point where it is more than disappointment, resentment, embarrassment, or anger, and how it will continue to do so in the future.
  • Disfigurement in the past and in the future: How the injury physically disfigured you in the past and how it will disfigure you in the future.
  • Property damage: Property damage, such as damage to your bicycle, or bicycle computer used for your fitness or training routine, your phone, or glasses, is recoverable in an accident case.
  • Loss of a body member or mental function: If you have lost an arm, leg, or mental function or capacity as a result of the accident or injury, you may be able to recover compensation for your losses.
  • Loss of consortium: If the injury was severe enough that you no longer enjoyed the companionship of your family members, you are entitled to compensation for the harm done to your family relationships.
  • Loss of services: If a husband or wife is unable to perform their normal household duties as a result of the injury, they are entitled to compensation.
  • Wrongful death, where there may be a “survival cause of action” to recover damages for the decedent’s injuries, the cause of action they would have had if they had survived their injury. Plaintiffs would be the estate’s personal representative or an heir. Or damages under the Texas Wrongful Death Act, which allows for the recovery of past medical expenses of the deceased, past pain and suffering and mental anguish of the deceased prior to death, past lost earnings of the deceased suffered prior to death, funeral and burial expenses, loss of inheritance for the beneficiaries, mental anguish and emotional pain of family members, loss of earning capacity, and loss of earning capacity.

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How Long Do I Have After a Bicycle Accident to File a Lawsuit in Texas?

In Texas, you have two years from the date of your bicycle accident to file a lawsuit seeking financial compensation. Minors and people with disabilities are exempt. Building a strong case can take months, including the time it takes to gather evidence, review documents, interview witnesses, and consult with experts as needed. Another factor to consider is that evidence that can help you prove negligence can be lost or destroyed over time. Witnesses’ memories can also fade and they may forget certain details. To ensure that your rights are protected, you should hire an attorney as soon as possible.

Contact Our Plano Bicycle Accident Attorney

At the Law Office of Doug Goyen, we represent clients on a contingency fee basis. As a result, unless we obtain a financial recovery for you, you will not be required to pay any legal fees.

We don’t want your worries about paying a lawyer upfront to keep you from seeking the legal help you need. We understand how a lawyer can make a big difference for you and your family as you move forward after a pedestrian accident. Call now so that we can begin working on your case right away.

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