Illinois Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Serving Chicago, Springfield And Beyond
If you, a friend or loved one has been injured, an Illinois motorcycle accident lawyer from Kass & Moses will fight on your behalf to get you fully compensated. Our experienced team understands the unique dynamics of accidents involving motorcycles in the state of Illinois, and we know the way insurance companies think.
Wondering if you have a case? Call now for a free consultation. Our hope is to make your legal experience following your accident as painless as possible so that you can focus on your recovery.
Illinois Motorcyclists at Risk For Serious Injury or Death
Motorcyclists are especially vulnerable to serious injuries and possible long-term disabilities when they are involved in a traffic accident. Insurance companies are aware of this and they are quick to defend drivers who may have been negligent or at fault in causing your accident. This is why you need an experienced Illinois attorney on your side. At Kass & Moses, we have the knowledge and the resources to guide you on your legal journey to financial recovery
Our attorneys will take an aggressive legal approach to your case, maximizing your compensation. We believe that you should not be responsible for the financial costs of hospitalization, physical therapy, or other rehabilitation after an incident. We always try to resolve your case with the least pain to you, however we must prepare for litigation in order to maximize your compensation.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, call Kass & Moses today for a free case evaluation. There is never an obligation, and there is no fee unless we win your case.
Illinois Motorcycle Law
Requirements for legally riding a motorcycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of motorcycle laws in Illinois. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
All vehicles in Illinois must have insurance, including motorcycles.
You must be at least 18 years old to apply for a 12-month Class L or M instruction permit.
Helmets are not required in Illinois.
Resources For Illinois Motorcyclists:
American Gold Wing Association Chapter H
American Vets M/C Riders Association
Back Road Riders Motorcycle Club
Iron Justice Motorcycle Club
Lost Highway Riders
Silent Service Motorcycle Club
Chicago HOG Chapter
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