Motorcycle Accident Attorney for Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
Our experienced legal team understands the intricacies of Pennsylvania traffic law as it applies to motorcycle collisions, and we fight hard every day for the rights of injured riders like you. Under Pennsylvania law, even if you were found to be partially at fault in the crash, our attorneys may be able to recover a percentage of your damages — if your injuries were serious, that amount could be substantial. Injured motorcyclists often find themselves facing an uphill battle to recover losses from insurance companies whose primary objective is to pay as little as possible. At Kass & Moses, our talented team of Pennsylvania motorcycle attorneys will ensure that you get the maximum compensation possible under the law.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a motorcycle accident, call us today for a free consultation. There is no obligation and no fee unless we win your case.
Experienced Lawyer for Pennsylvania Motorcycle Accidents
Recovering from a motorcycle accident may be the greatest challenge you will ever face. With so much stacked against you, it’s critical that you have a legal team with the experience and the knowledge to achieve the best possible outcome. At Kass & Moses, we take the time to understand the unique circumstances surrounding your accident and its aftermath – and we become your trusted guides as you navigate the processes of physical and financial recovery.
Have you been injured in a motorcycle crash? Call Kass & Moses today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. Put our experience to work for you.
Pennsylvania 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 Pennsylvania's motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
Motorcycles are required to be equipped with at least one rearview mirror or similar device.
It is illegal in Pennsylvania to ride while tired, or under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.
In Pennsylvania, a person 21 years of age or older is not required to wear a helmet while riding.
Resources for Pennsylvania Motorcyclists:
Iron Order Motorcycle Club
War Dogs Motorcycle Club
Outlaws Motorcycle Club
Reading Motorcycle Club
Eastern Pennsylvania Retreads Motorcycle Club
Wyoming Valley Motorcycle Club
Centurions Motorcycle Club
Blue Comet Motorcycle Club
Messengers Motorcycle Club
Four Winds BMW Riders
Abate of Pennsylvania
Guardian Knights Motorcycle Club
Red Knights International Firefighters Motorcycle Club
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