Indiana Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
The motorcycle accident lawyers at Kass & Moses are here to help you if you've suffered injuries as a result of a motorcycle collision. Motorcycle accidents in Indiana streets and highways are frequently caused by incorrect lane changes, inattentive drivers, forgetting to look both ways at intersections and other negligent actions that result in critical injuries.
A reckless, negligent, or impaired driver can change your life in seconds, and the results can be devastating. Motorcyclists are especially vulnerable to catastrophic injury, and even seemingly minor motorcycle wrecks may result in permanent pain. With your financial future at stake, it is crucial that you obtain the services of a law firm with full knowledge of Indiana motorcycle law.
At Kass & Moses, our attorneys are dedicated to getting you the compensation you deserve. Call today to speak with a knowledgeable member of our staff about your situation. Together we will determine the next steps to get you on the road to recovery and financial security.
Experienced Motorcycle Lawyers Serving Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, and More
Even moderately minor motorcycle accidents can result in staggering injuries in the form of chronic pain and movement issues. In a matter of seconds, your life can change forever. When injuries from a motorcycle accident result in medical bills, lost wages, and other types of pain and suffering, you may be entitled to a significant financial settlement for your losses.
If you've been hurt in a motorcycle accident, you need an experienced Indiana motorcycle attorney working hard for you. Call Kass & Moses today to learn how we can help you begin the process of healing and getting your life back.
Indiana Motorcycle Laws
Requirements for legally riding a motorcycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Indiana motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
Helmets are required by law.
Wear protective glasses, goggles, or transparent face shields.
Be equipped with handlebars that rise not more than fifteen inches above the level of the driver's seat or saddle, when occupied.
Be equipped with lamps and reflectors meeting the standards of the United States Department of Transportation.
Resources of Indiana Motorcyclists
Call Kass & Moses now for a free consultation. There is no obligation and you never pay a fee unless we win your case. Let us help you gain financial compensation from your motorcycle accident.