Nationally Ranked Massachusetts Bicycle Law Firm
The bicycle law firm of Kass & Moses works with cyclists and their families to help make things right after a bicycle collision. We help injured cyclists seek insurance claims for medical bills, property loss, lost income, pain and suffering, and more. With a legal claim, we will help you get the compensation your case deserves.
When dealing with severe injuries sustained in a bicycle accident, the last thing you should have to deal with is a loss of wages and mounting medical bills. If you were injured in a bicycle accident, don't try to handle your case alone. The best thing you can do to protect yourself—and your legal rights—is to call Kass & Moses today to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation. There is no obligation, and we never charge a fee unless we win your case.
Bicycle Accident Lawyer Helping Boston, Worcester, Springfield and More
If you have been hit by an automobile, you likely suffered severe injury; this may require hospitalization and physical rehabilitation. While any injury is conceivable when a 3,000-pound vehicle strikes an unprotected bicyclist, the most common type of injury includes head and neck injuries, lacerations, bruises, broken bones and head trauma.
It can take some time to understand the entire scope of your injuries and the recovery that's possible for you. Our Massachusetts bicycle accident lawyers never allow our clients to rush into an early settlement before the full cost of the injuries is known. You only have one chance at compensation, and we want to ensure you receive the adequate compensation you deserve.
If you've been injured in a Massachusetts bicycle accident, it’s important that you hire attorneys who know Massachusetts personal injury law. Call Kass & Moses for a free consultation to learn your options — and your rights.
Massachusetts Bicycle Laws
Requirements for legally riding a bicycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Michigan’s bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local cyclist should keep in mind:
You may not carry any child between the ages of 1 to 4, or weighing 40 pounds or less.
You may not alter the fork of your bike to extend it.
Cyclists must use hand signals when stopping or turning.
Ankle reflectors must be worn at night.
Resources for Massachusetts Bicyclists
Call Kass & Moses now for a free consultation. There is no obligation and you never pay unless we win your case. Let us help you gain financial compensation from your bicycle accident.