It is alarming but true: for every mile traveled on the road, motorcyclists are 28 times more likely to be killed in a crash than motorists. For many, it is worth the risk to feel the thrill of the open road. The freedom experienced when riding a motorcycle is something that cannot be duplicated. We understand these feelings because we ride, too. It is one of the reasons we decided our team will represent bikers hurt in Arkansas motorcycle crashes.
Many bikers choose to wear a helmet and other protective gear. But even with proper gear, bikers are still at tremendous risk of injury in a crash. Common injuries include road rash, head injuries, neck and spine trauma, fractures, and amputations. These severe injuries are often life-altering. It is difficult to imagine what life would be like with a disabling injury. During such a challenging time, you should not have to battle the insurance company just to get the fair compensation you deserve. You pay each month to be covered by your insurance policy, but so often the insurer lets you down when you need their help the most.
Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Serving Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, and Beyond
Bikers enjoy riding with their friends: a group of like-minded individuals who care for and respect each other. That is why, when you are involved in a crash, you need to find a lawyer who can relate to this type of brotherhood. We ride, we care, and our team has been representing injured Arkansas bikers for 30 years. With one phone call to the Law Firm of Kass & Moses, you will speak with a motorcycle lawyer who knows the law and understands how to make it work in your favor.
The steps you take immediately following a motorcycle crash can determine whether you will receive fair compensation or not. If you are injured, it is best to seek medical treatment. Do not assume you can “tough it out,” as pain and injuries often become more severe in time. Instead, see a physician and follow through on the doctor’s orders. Failing to do so could signal to your insurer that your injuries are not significant. Put your health first and take care of your body, mind, and soul. If you have any questions about your case, call 1-800-MOTORCYCLE.
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Requirements for legally riding a motorcycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Arkansas motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
- All motorcyclists under 21 years of age must wear a helmet.
- No passengers under 8 years of age are permitted and all passengers must have a passenger seat.
- Both eye protection and daytime headlights are required.
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