Experienced Bike Accident Lawyers for Los Angeles and Beyond
Have you been involved in a bicycle accident in California? At Kass & Moses, our attorneys fight for the rights of injured cyclists. California traffic law is complex and it’s often difficult for accident victims to gain a clear understanding of their rights and options. Our lawyers will help you deal with insurance companies, medical professionals, and law enforcement agencies, while you and your family work through the process of healing and recovery.
If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident, call us today for a free consultation. There is no obligation, and we never charge unless we win your case.
California law allows you to seek compensation even if you were found to be partially at fault in the crash. Call us today to learn more about the financial possibilities of a settlement or a favorable courtroom verdict.
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Attorneys for Bicyclists in San Diego, Sacramento, San Francisco and San Bernardino
When a car and a bicycle crash, it is the vulnerable cyclist that usually suffers. Medical bills, lost wages, and repairs can quickly become financially catastrophic, and the effects can linger in the form of chronic health issues.
The process of recovery can be long and all-consuming, often with detrimental effects at home and at work. Let us deal with the paperwork and the administrative red tape while we build a case that could bring you the financial compensation you need to get your life back.
Call us today to learn how our California bicycle accident attorneys can help you. We will evaluate your case and explain your options, and together we can determine your next steps.
California 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 California’s bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local cyclist should keep in mind:
- Bicyclists may not wear earplugs in both ears or a headset covering both ears. (Hearing aids are allowed.)
- Unlike motorists, cyclists are permitted to use a handheld cell phone while riding.
- All riders are required to have a permanent seat installed, unless the bicycle is designed by the manufacturer to be ridden without a seat.
Resources for California Bicyclists:
California Bicycle Coalition
California Association of Bicycle Organizations
San Fran Bicycle Coalition
Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition
Santa Rosa Cycling Club
Orange County Bicycling Coalition
San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club
Los Angeles Wheelmen
Bicycle Club of Irvine
Valley Spokesmen Bicycle Club
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