With over 27 years of experience, the attorneys at the Law Firm of Kass & Moses have dedicated our lives to defending the rights of injured Austin bicyclists. Even if you may be partially at fault in your bike accident, we may be able to help you receive compensation. We will take over your legal and insurance challenges so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries. With each step we will ensure your rights are protected as we fight to get you the maximum possible compensation for your losses.
If you have been injured in an Austin bicycle crash, call the Law Offices of Kass & Moses right away to set up a free consultation and evaluation of your case. This no-obligation call will help us determine the next steps to help you get the compensation you deserve.
Fighting for the Rights of Austin Cyclists
Even in a bike-friendly city like Austin, accidents can happen in an instant. A moment of distraction, excess speed, or simply a loss of focus can result in a life-altering crash. Medical bills skyrocket, and lost wages only complicate the situation further. Even minor collisions can result in long-term pain and disability. Recovery from a crash is difficult enough without having to battle with insurance adjusters who are fighting to provide as little compensation as possible. We will work on your behalf so that you can use your time to heal and recover. As you mend, we’ll work tirelessly to get you fair and just compensation for your suffering so that you can move forward.
If you or a loved one have been hurt in an Austin bicycle crash, call the Law Firm of Kass & Moses. One of our experienced attorneys will assess your case and help you understand the next steps to help you move on with your life.
Austin Bicycle Law
Bicycle laws vary from state to state. The Law Firm of Kass & Moses team can answer questions you may have regarding Austin bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road all Austin cyclists should heed:
No state law prohibits cycling on sidewalks.
Bicycles may not be ridden by more passengers than they were designed to carry.
Every bike must be equipped with brakes that will allow the braked wheel to skid on clean, level, dry pavement.
Austin Bicycle Organizations:
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