Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Serving Louisville, Lexington, And Throughout Kentucky
The motorcycle accident lawyers at Kass & Moses have been protecting the rights of Kentucky accident victims for over 25 years. Many injured motorcyclists struggle to recover compensation after an accident, but we have fought and won numerous cases against the largest insurance companies. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, you cannot rely on hospitals, insurance agents, and police departments to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.
Call Kass & Moses now for a free consultation and to learn more about how we can put you on the path to a complete financial recovery from your motorcycle accident.
Legal Representation for Motorcycle Accident Victims in Kentucky
Kentucky is a “No Fault” accident state, which means that you may be entitled to financial compensation, regardless of the circumstances surrounding your accident. If your injuries are severe, the amount owed to you may be substantial. Motorcycle accident victims are especially vulnerable to serious injuries when a traffic accident occurs, even at low speeds. The costs associated with your injuries could involve hospital stays, long-term rehabilitation, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
At Kass & Moses, we protect the best interests of motorcycle accident victims and ensure that you receive the maximum amount of financial compensation allowed by law. Our personal injury attorneys work with injured motorcyclists on a daily basis, and we will protect you from unscrupulous insurance agencies who may try to place you at fault for an accident caused by another driver’s negligence.
There is no obligation and there is never a fee unless we win your case.
Kentucky 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 Kentucky's motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
You must be at least 16 years old and have a permit to ride a motorcycle or moped in Kentucky.
Lane sharing is usually prohibited.
Kentucky does not require riders to wear helmets.
Resources For Kentucky Motorcyclists:
Kentucky Motorcycle Association
Iron Warriors Motorcycle Club of Kentucky
Expendables Motorcycle Club
Saddleback East Inc.
Steve Nace Racing Promotions
Your Local HOG Chapter
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