Experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorneys for Atlanta, Savannah and Across Georgia
If you are a Georgia motorcyclist who has been injured in an accident, the attorneys of Kass & Moses are ready to fight for you. In the wake of a motorcycle accident, victims are often inundated with insurance claims, medical visits, and police reports. Our team will fight aggressively to protect your rights while you recover from your injuries.
Our Georgia motorcycle accident attorneys have negotiated large insurance settlements and won courtroom verdicts for clients like you for over 25 years. Every motorcycle accident is unique, and seemingly minor details could eventually make all the difference in determining what level of financial compensation you might be entitled to.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, call Kass & Moses today to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation. There is no obligation, and there is no charge unless we win your case.
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Motorcycle Injury Lawyer in Savannah, Atlanta, Columbus Georgia
Too often, careless and distracted drivers fail to obey Georgia’s traffic laws, and the results can be devastating. Even seemingly minor injuries can result in lingering pain and chronic mobility issues. A motorcycle accident can affect your health, your family, your income, and the rest of your life – so don’t let your rights be trampled in the aftermath. You need an attorney well-versed in Georgia traffic law, accident victim’s rights, and how they apply specifically to your motorcycle crash.
When the unfortunate occurs, you need someone to fight on your behalf and stand up to the insurance companies — and that’s exactly what we will do for you. Call Kass & Moses today to learn how we can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Georgia Motorcycle Law
Requirements for legally riding a motorcycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Georgia’s motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
- Helmets are required by law.
- Georgia residents must be at least 17 years old to apply for a Class M motorcycle license, but can earn a Class MP motorcycle learner’s permit as early as 16 years old.
- Motorcyclists are not permitted to operate more than two abreast in a single lane.
- Only one mirror is required by law, either left or right.
Resources for Georgia Motorcyclists:
Metro Atlanta Bikers
BMW Motorcycle Club of Georgia
Georgia Southern Cruisers Riding Club
Georgia Council Motorcycle Club
Georgia Mountain Riders
Augusta Buffalo Soldiers
Red Knights Motorcycle Club
Street Angels Motorcycle Club
Traveling Men Masonic Motorcycle Riding Club
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