Experienced Bicycle Accident Lawyer in Georgia
Have you or a loved one been injured in a bicycle accident? After a crash, one of the most important things to do is hire an experienced attorney on your side as soon as possible. At Kass & Moses, our attorneys have been winning financial compensation for injured cyclists for over 25 years and our distinguished record of large settlements and courtroom victories speaks for itself. Our team is known for their comprehensive knowledge of Georgia law, and our reputation for honesty and integrity makes us a trusted ally for cyclists throughout the state.
If you've been injured in a bicycle crash in Georgia, call Kass & Moses today for a free, no-obligation consultation and case evaluation.
Specialists in Georgia Bicycle Laws – from Savannah to Atlanta
Georgia law places the burden of safety on the motorist. Unfortunately, distracted and careless drivers are far too common, and their negligence can impact a cyclist's life in the blink of an eye. Cyclists are especially vulnerable to injury during a crash, and the effects can reach far beyond the immediate aftermath. Medical bills and lost wages can mount quickly, and even seemingly minor crashes can result in chronic or long-term injuries. When your family's financial future is at stake, you need an expert team fighting for you every step of the way.
At Kass & Moses, we are more than just a voice in the courtroom — we are a team of bicycle accident lawyers dedicated to helping you through a very difficult time. Our attorneys work hard to fight for your rights so you don't have to. If you've been injured in a bike accident, contact Kass & Moses to set up a free consultation and discuss the specifics of your case.
Georgia 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 Georgia's bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local cyclist should keep in mind:
Cyclists sharing a lane with automobiles should be 1.5 to 2 feet out from the curb or edge of pavement.
Riding on sidewalks is prohibited statewide for anyone over the age of 12. There are some exceptions when permitted by specific local ordinance.
Helmets are required for all persons operating a bicycle under the age of 16.
When riding at night time, all bicycles must be equipped with a light on the front and with a red reflector on the rear.
Resources for Georgia Motorcyclists:
North Georgia Cycling Association
Metro Atlanta Cycling Club
Southside Cycling Club
Grayson Cycling Club
Athens, GA Bicycling Club
Southern Crescent Cycling
Savannah Wheelmen, Inc.
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