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Expert Michigan Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

For over 25 years, our motorcycle attorneys have successfully represented the victims of motorcycle accidents. We've seen many cases of drivers Innocently and joyfully cruising on their motorcycles and out of nowhere getting hit by a distracted driver. Sadly, this situation is not uncommon. If you have been injured in an accident, our legal team's extensive knowledge of Michigan traffic law gives you an immediate advantage in your journey toward healing and compensation.

Motorcycle riders experience independence but are also left open to the dangers of reckless motorists. When injuries from a motorcycle collision result in medical bills, lost wages, or other types of pain and suffering, you may be entitled to substantial financial compensation for your losses.

Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Serving Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and More

Motorcycle accident injuries range from broken bones to spinal cord injuries. Even wearing a motorcycle helmet you could suffer a brain injury or other life changing injury, which can mean, hospitalization, MRIs, and casts. Even minor collisions may result in chronic pain and mobility issues that require costly long-term care. To get the settlement needed to compensate for all these medical bills, motorcyclists need the most experienced motorcycle attorneys possible.

Michigan 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 Michigan motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:

  • Carrying a package on your bike is prohibited in Michigan.

  • A motorcyclist traveling more than 35mph must wear "goggles with transparent lenses., eyeglasses, or a transparent face shield," if the motorcycle doesn't have a windshield.

  • Passenger shall not ride on a motorcycle unless his or her feet can rest on the foot rests or pegs.

  • Handlebars on motorcycles or mopeds on Michigan's roads must not be higher than 15 inches "from the lowest point of the undepressed saddle to the highest point of the handle grips.

Resources for Michigan Motorcyclists

ABATE of Michigan

Cycle Conservation Club of Michigan

Exiled Saints Motorcycle Club

Iron Order Motorcycle Club

Lansing Motorcycle Club

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.