Motorcycle Accident Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have a case?
Kass & Moses: Do I have a case?
It is rare to find a firm that focuses on injured bikers and has a top team to make sure you get the best results. We are that firm. Reach out to us for a free consultation about your situation. Know that our opinion on your situation has over 20 years of experience and success in representing injured bikers behind it.
Our firm stands on three principles: Honesty, Expertise and Results. You will find as you get to know us, we not only are guided by our principles but everything we do touches on one or all of them! There are only a few, if any, law firms in the country that can match the amount of experience and success we have had representing bikers. If you want a law firm that knows motorcycle law inside and out, you want us.
You or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident. You have suffered in many ways. You have suffered pain. You have suffered uncertainty. Your income has suffered and you have incurred massive medical bills. Do you have a motorcycle injury case? Please contact us, either by filling out the form at the bottom of any page or by calling us right now at 1-800-Motorcycle.
The owners, Joel Moses and Andrew Kass, or one of our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers will talk to you directly and answer all of your questions. Most importantly we will answer the question of whether or not you have a motorcycle injury case. All accidents and circumstances are different. Sometimes the accident was due to a mechanical failure. Most times it involved another vehicle. However in all circumstances, motorcycle accidents have their own unique dynamics. As you know, two wheels are not the same as four. We exclusively represent bikers. We know two wheels and can help you determine your motorcycle injury case.
There is a time limit to file all cases. Please call today so that we may listen to your story, assess the facts, and tell you if you have a motorcycle injury case.
Do I have a case if I didn’t have insurance?
The general answer is Yes. However, there are some states where this may reduce or prevent any recovery. For example, in California, if you did not have valid insurance at the time of the accident, you are only allowed to recover economic damages, such as medical bills, loss of wages, etc. However, you will not be able to recover money for pain and suffering, deformity, etc. Accordingly, it is always a good idea to have full coverage when you ride. In addition, also make sure you have limits that meet or exceed $100,000 if possible.