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Our legal team is resolutely committed to delivering individualized legal support, tailored to your unique needs.

At Raub Law Firm, we grasp the profound difficulties faced by motorcycle accident survivors.

Do lower fees mean compromised services? Absolutely not.
TIMOTHY D. Raub - Personal Injury Lawyer
A Law Firm With 30 Years of Professional Experience

The motorcycle is more than a machine; it is a symbol of your freedom and our commitment to protecting it.

Comprehensive Legal Representation for Motorcycle Accidents

Why We Stand Out

Expertise in Motorcycle Law

Extensive knowledge of motorcycle-specific traffic laws and regulations.

Comprehensive Advocacy

Emphasis on both legal and emotional support for our clients.

Proven History of Success

Very high success rate in securing substantial compensations

Why A Motorcycle Accident Victim Might Need A Lawyer

If you've been in a motorcycle accident, getting a lawyer can really make a difference. A good lawyer helps you understand the legal stuff and works to get you the most money for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. They deal with insurance companies to get fair settlements and collect important evidence to prove who's at fault. Lawyers also take care of all the paperwork, so you can focus on getting better. With their knowledge of motorcycle accident cases and connections to expert witnesses, they make sure your rights are protected and your case is strong, even if it goes to court.

Helmet Exemption for Experienced Riders: In Texas, riders aged 21 and older are exempt from wearing a helmet if they have either completed a Department of Public Safety (DPS) approved Motorcycle Operator Training Course or if they have at least $10,000 in medical insurance coverage for injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident
Lane Splitting is Illegal: Unlike some other states, lane splitting (riding between lanes of traffic) is explicitly illegal in Texas. Motorcyclists must follow the same traffic rules as cars and stay within their lane, even in heavy traffic conditions.
Daytime Headlight Use: Texas law requires motorcycles to have their headlights on at all times while operating, even during the day. This rule is designed to increase the visibility of motorcycles to other drivers and improve safety.
Passenger Footrests Requirement: If a motorcycle is carrying a passenger, it must be equipped with footrests for the passenger. Additionally, the passenger must use these footrests while the motorcycle is in motion.

Understanding the Legal Process
Maximizing Compensation
Negotiating with Insurance Companies
Proving Liability
Handling Paperwork
Access to Experts
Representation in Court
Reducing Stress
Protecting Your Rights
Experience and Knowledge