Accident Attorney Helping Oregon Motorcyclists
If you have suffered injuries as a result of a motorcycle accident in Oregon, the attorneys at Kass & Moses are here to help you through your recovery process. Instead of haggling with insurance companies, hospitals, and law enforcement agencies, you should work directly with an Oregon motorcycle lawyer. He or she will fight to protect your rights and recover the compensation you need to move forward with your life. Our legal team's comprehensive knowledge of Oregon traffic law gives you an immediate advantage in your journey toward recovery.
Contact Kass & Moses today for a free, no-obligation consultation and case evaluation. We'll examine your case, and work with you to determine your next steps — and we never charge a fee unless we win your case.
Helping Injured Bikers in Portland, Salem, Eugene, and Beyond
Even relatively minor motorcycle accidents can result in lingering injuries in the form of chronic pain and mobility issues. In a matter of seconds, your life — and the lives of your family — can change forever. Mounting medical bills and lost wages could mean financial ruin, and biased insurance companies may attempt to unjustly blame you for the accident just to avoid paying a settlement. Kass & Moses will stand up to insurance companies and fight to get you the compensation you deserve.
If you've been injured in a motorcycle accident, you need a dedicated Oregon motorcycle attorney working hard for you. Call Kass & Moses today to learn how we can help you move through the process of healing and getting your life back.
Oregon 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 Oregon's motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
A DOT-approved helmet must be worn by all motorcyclists and passengers.
Oregon's Red Light Law applies to motorcyclists. This law states that a rider may proceed with caution through a red light, yielding to other vehicles, if a traffic light controlled by a vehicle sensor fails to detect the motorcycle after waiting one full cycle of the light, the rider may proceed with caution, yielding to other vehicles.
All motorcycles are required to have a white headlight, illuminated at all times.
Resources for Oregon Motorcyclists:
Abate of Oregon
Antique Motorcycle Club of Oregon
BikePac of Oregon
Bikers for Christ
Comrades in Arms Motorcycle Club
Gold Wing Road Riders Association
Moto Guzzi Club of Oregon
Northwest Veterans Motorcycle Club
Oregon Motorcycle Road Racing Association
Oregon Scooter Club
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