Experienced Lawyers for Cyclists Throughout Arizona
Bicycle accidents can be devastating for victims on many levels. Injuries, lost wages, and long-term disabilities are common, even in low-speed collisions. Here at Kass & Moses, our attorneys specialize in helping bike accident victims get the compensation they deserve. For over 25 years, our legal experts have worked tirelessly to put Arizona's traffic laws to work for people like you. Our reputation for honesty, integrity, and knowledge has made us a trusted force for victims' rights, and our track record of results speaks for itself.
If you've suffered injuries as the result of a cycling accident, call us today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
Arizona law allows you to file a claim up to two years from the accident date, so even if your injuries seemed minor at the time, you may still seek compensation for lingering effects or chronic issues related to the crash. If you were partially at fault, we may be able to recover a percentage of your losses and, if your injury was serious, the amount awarded could be substantial.
Our Attorneys Defend Arizona Cyclists
Arizona’s traffic laws are designed to keep cyclists safe, and drivers bear the burden of safety whenever bikes share the road. Unfortunately, careless and distracted drivers are everywhere - and when a bike crosses their path, it's the cyclist who suffers.
Your injuries could affect much more than your physical health. Your career and personal relationships could suffer, and serious injury can disrupt the lives of your entire family. If you have been involved in a bicycle accident in Arizona, we can help. At Kass & Moses, our attorneys stand up to insurance companies and win large settlements for our clients.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a bike accident, give us a call today to discuss your case. Your consultation is always free, and together we can determine your best course of action.
Arizona Bicycle Law
Requirements for legally riding a bicycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Arizona's bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local cyclist should keep in mind:
Bicycles must yield to pedestrians at crosswalks and on sidewalks.
Always use a white headlight and a red rear reflector after sunset or before sunrise.
Before turning or changing lanes, cyclists are required to signal their plan to turn or change lanes by extending either their left arm for a left turn or their right arm for a right turn.
Resources for Arizona Bicyclists:
Arizona Bicycle Club
Greater Arizona Bicycling Association
Phoenix Metro Bicycle Club
Southwest Bicycles Cycling Club
Cactus Cycling Club
Tempe Bicycle Action Group
West Valley Cycle
Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists
Flagstaff Biking Organization
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