There are times in life when it pays to seek a professional’s help. If you are hurt, for example, you want to have a doctor care for you. We believe that injured bikers deserve to have a professional on their side. Without an experienced Louisiana motorcycle attorney on your side, you are liable to accept an unfair settlement offer. The insurance adjuster will assess your case and make you a minimal offer. Often these lowball offers are not even enough to cover your basis medical expenses. We believe you deserve better.
As fellow bikers, we believe in brotherhood. Just as we would not leave a fellow biker abandoned on the side of the road, we refuse to let an injured biker get blindsided by an often unfair insurance process. With a motorcycle lawyer and the law on your side, you can seek and receive fair and just compensation. Such compensation can help to make you whole again following a crash, no matter how severe.
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Often, police and insurance companies are biased against motorcycle riders. They feel bikers take unnecessary risks when on the road. They fail to consider the rights of bikers, and view most bikers as reckless and dangerous. We know the truth: that although there are some bikers who are unsafe, most are cautious and make good choices to protect their safety and the safety of others on the road. We will assess your case without unfair bias and work with professionals in the field to determine the true cause of the crash. Whenever possible, we work with the injured party and have them participate in the reconstruction process.
We understand that the law can be intimidating. You pay your insurance bill each month and you expect your insurance company to protect you when a crash occurs. Do not settle for anything less. With just a single phone call to 1-800-MOTORCYCLE, you will speak with a Louisiana attorney who is on your side.
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Requirements for legally riding a motorcycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Louisiana’s motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
- All motorcycle riders and passengers are required to wear a motorcycle helmet secured with a chinstrap.
- Eye protection, such as goggles, face shield, or safety glasses are required unless the windscreen provides sufficient coverage.
- Bikers may not overtake a motorist within the same lane.
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