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$3,400,000 Life threatening injuries. Insurance company denied coverage alleging our client’s policy lapsed.

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Kass & Moses | Motorcycle & Bicycle Personal Injury Attorney

Kass & Moses | Motorcycle & Bicycle Personal Injury Attorney

Andrew Kass and Joel Moses met in 1989 while studying law at the John Marshall Law School in Chicago. After receiving their law degrees, the two went on to form the Law Offices of Kass and Moses, P.C….read about the team

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Personal Injury Lawyers Dedicated To Helping Motorcycle Accident Victims

What makes the best motorcycle accident lawyer? At Kass & Moses, our firm stands on three principles: Honesty, Expertise and Results. Working only with members of the biking community, our team has successfully represented thousands of bikers across the nation. Our reputation as dependable and trustworthy is backed by our satisfied clients.

Leveraging over 25 years of experience, we help injured bikers get the compensation they deserve. Our attorneys will fight to recover medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, motorcycle damage, and other accident related costs whether or not you have insurance. If you want a law firm that knows motorcycle law inside and out, you want us.

If you or a loved one have been hurt, contact us today. We’ll review the facts of your case and determine the best way to get you what you deserve. We never charge a fee until we win your case.

What To Do After A Motorcycle Accident

In the immediate aftermath of a motorcycle accident, every biker should use their best judgment. Safety should be the first priority. Best practice is to follow these four simple steps:

#1 CONTACT FIRST RESPONDERS. If possible, call 911 immediately. Wait for emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and police to arrive. Never leave the scene of an accident, even if it seems minor at the time.

#2 STAY SAFE. As you wait for first responders to arrive, do not exacerbate your injuries. If you are in a safe location after the crash, stay where you are. If you are in oncoming traffic or other hazardous positions and able to to move, relocate to a safer place within view of the initial accident scene.

#3 PRESERVE THE EVIDENCE. Documentation of the accident will be vital in your efforts to recover compensation for injuries, disruption, lost income, and/or damage to your property. (In some cases, physical trauma may not be evident for hours, days, or even weeks after an accident.)

Exchange information with all drivers and witnesses involved. Include their names, addresses, phone numbers, insurance information, and license numbers. If possible, write down the details of your surroundings like where, when, and how the accident happened. Also, take note of the accident location, road conditions, speed limits, weather, lighting, and the direction of travel for involved vehicles. Document where all vehicles involved came to rest, whether they were moved after the accident, and if there was any damage. Take photographs on your camera phone when possible. Look for and note any video surveillance cameras nearby.

#4 PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS. Never admit fault! Accidents can be jarring, and those involved may not recall every detail until hours or even days later. Be careful what you say to those involved, including the responding police officers, EMTs, doctors, nurses, or other medical personnel.

Consider calling a motorcycle accident lawyer (even from the scene of the accident!) for tips on how to strengthen your claim and protect your rights. A reputable firm will always offer a free consultation.

Have you or a loved one been injured? Contact Kass & Moses. Our motorcycle accident lawyers are available 24/7.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.