Seattle Motorcycle Lawyer
If you or a loved one have been hurt in a Seattle motorcycle crash, take a moment now to call Kass & Moses. The attorneys at the Law Firm of Kass & Moses have been fighting for the rights of injured bikers and their families for over 25 years. Motorcycle crash injuries can result in enormous medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages. Insurance companies are often biased against motorcycle riders and try to decrease the value of your claim. Our attorneys work on your side, explaining your rights and fighting for justice every step of the way.
If you have been hurt in a motorcycle crash, do not accept a low settlement offer. Kass & Moses is just a phone call away. During your initial free consultation, we will listen and ask you questions to evaluate your case.
Seattle Motorcycle Attorneys
It only takes a second for an impaired, distracted, or otherwise negligent driver to devastate your life. Motorcyclists are fully exposed while on the road and are vulnerable to catastrophic injuries. Even minor crashes can result in chronic suffering and mobility problems that can leave you in need of long-term care. These accidents can leave you shattered, both physically and financially. While your physicians work to restore your health and wellbeing, let us work to restore you financially. Our firm brings a comprehensive knowledge of motorcycle law and, with over 25 years of experience, you can rest assured you are in good hands.
At the Law Firm of Kass & Moses, we have dedicated our careers to helping bikers receive fair and just compensation for their injuries. Call us today to speak with a Seattle motorcycle lawyer about your case. Working with you, we will develop the next steps to get you back on the road to financial security.
Seattle Motorcycle Law
Motorcycle law varies from state to state. At Kass & Moses, we can answer any questions that you may have regarding the specifics of Seattle motorcycle law. Here are a few rules of the road you should follow when you ride:
Motorcycles operating in Washington must be equipped with mirrors on both the left and right sides.
Helmets are required. The helmet chin or neck strap must be fastened and secured when the motorcycle is in motion.
If operating a motorcycle that does not have a windshield, you must wear glasses, a face shield, or goggles.
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