The Indiana bicycle accident team at Kass & Moses help bicycle collision victims recover from their injuries by getting them the compensation they deserve. Bicycle accidents in Indiana often introduce unique challenges for everyone involved – from victims to insurance companies. While Indiana traffic laws were written with bicyclists’ safety in mind, Indiana insurance and legal systems may leave you open to unnecessary losses. At Kass & Moses, we recover damages and obtain insurance settlements to cover the lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering for bicyclists across Indiana.
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.
Experienced Bicycle Lawyers Serving Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, and More
Cycling injuries can be very severe, mainly because bicyclists are open to harsh elements such as pavement, concrete, and metal. Any collision or fall suffered while riding has the potential to be critical with potentially lifelong effects. Even seemingly minor bicycle accidents can cause long-term pain, persisting health issues, and medical costs can quickly threaten your family’s financial future.
The Indiana bicycle lawyers at Kass & Moses have dedicated their careers to achieving justice for innocent accident victims. If someone else’s carelessness has caused you injury, we can help. We will fight to hold the negligent party accountable for the wrong they have done.
If you’ve been injured in a Indiana bicycle accident, it is important that you hire attorneys who know Indiana personal injury law. Call Kass & Moses for a free consultation to learn your options — and your rights.
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Indiana 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:
- All bikes must have functioning brakes.
- A person riding a bicycle upon a roadway may not ride more than two (2) abreast except on paths or parts of roadways set aside for the exclusive use of bicycles.
Resources for Indiana Bicyclists
Call Kass & Moses now for a free consultation. There is no obligation and unless you win, and you never pay unless we win your case. Let us help you gain financial restoration from your bicycle accident.