Wisconsin Motorcycle Accident Attorney for Injured Riders
The aftermath of a motorcycle accident is often an extremely difficult time, and it is absolutely crucial to have an experienced attorney working hard on your behalf. At Kass & Moses, we have successfully represented injured bikers for over 25 years, getting them the compensation they need to move forward. Insurance companies often attempt to pin fault on the motorcyclist, regardless of the law, and may offer the legal-minimum settlement for your injuries. Before you sign away your rights, call Kass & Moses and let us fight for you.
Whether your motorcycle accident occurred in Madison, Milwaukee, or Green Bay, you can rest assured with the knowledge that we are prepared to handle your case. From your free initial consultation all the way through to the day you receive your fair and just settlement check, we will stand beside you.
Have you or a loved one been injured in a motorcycle accident? Call Kass & Moses today for a free consultation and case evaluation. There is no obligation, and we don't charge a fee unless we win your case.
Experienced Lawyer Fighting for the Injured in Milwaukee, Madison, and Green Bay
Motorcycles are a way of life in Wisconsin, but riders are exposed on the road, and injuries from a collision can be catastrophic. Even seemingly minor injuries can cause lingering problems in the form of health issues that require ongoing care. Mounting medical bills, lost wages, and other related costs can destroy your family's financial security, with no relief in sight. Don't let a negligent driver ruin your life. Kass & Moses will fight to recover your losses and keep you moving forward on the road to recovery. Our attorneys will stand up to the insurance companies so you don't have to.
You may be able to recover losses even if you were cited for improper equipment or gear, so regardless of what the accident report says, give Kass & Moses a call today. We will evaluate your case, discuss your options, and work with you to determine your best course of action.
Many people are quick to accept the initial settlement offer from the insurance company. Doing so can result in potentially thousands of dollars lost. Never accept a settlement offer from the insurance company without first speaking with an experienced Madison, Wisconsin motorcycle attorney.
Injuries that occur in motorcycle crashes are often severe. Head injuries like concussions and traumatic brain injury are common. So are fractures and soft tissue injuries. Even minor motorcycle accidents can result in severe road rash and contusions. Simply put, if you have crashed your bike, you need to talk to a motorcycle lawyer about your rights. Having a lawyer on your side can help you rest easier, focus on recovering from your injuries, and give you the strength needed to think about your riding future.
Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin's motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
Motorcyclists who have a Class M license and a motorcycle equipped with a seat and footpegs for two are permitted a single passenger.
In Wisconsin, lane splitting, also know as white lining, is illegal.
Up to three motorcycles may park in a single metered stall. Exceptions will be indicated with posted signs.
Resources for Wisconsin Motorcyclists:
Wisconsin BMW Club
Wisconsin Off-Highway Motorcycle Association
Iron Order Motorcycle Club
DMZ Motorcycle Club
Madison Motorcycle Club
Madison BMW Club
Wisconsin Leathernecks Motorcycle Club
Abate of Wisconsin
Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club
Untouchables Motorcycle Club
Wisconsin Ducati Owners
Fire and Iron Motorcycle Club
Rock River H.O.G. Chapter #3276
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