Bikers willingly accept that there are some risks involved when they take to the road. Since they ride exposed, without the steel cage and airbags of a vehicle to protect them, they are more vulnerable to injuries when a crash occurs. But for serious motorcycle riders, there is no greater thrill in life than the freedom they experience on their bikes. Imagine, then, the sense of loss when that freedom is stripped away.
Thousands of bikers are involved in crashes each year, and their injuries can be devastating. Most will require costly medical treatment and the unfortunate few will find that their lives will never be the same again. After a motorcycle crash, it is important to have quality legal representation. With over 27 years of experience representing injured bikers, the team of attorneys at the Law Firm of Kass & Moses are well-versed in all aspects of motorcycle law. When you need a biker lawyer on your side, Kass & Moses is the team to call. When you dial 1-800-MOTORCYCLE, you are reaching out to a fellow biker that will put you first and help you get the compensation you deserve.
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Common motorcycle injuries include:
Road rash: this severe abrasion involves the stripping away of skin and can occur anywhere on the body.
Neck and spinal injuries: as the nerve centers of the body, neck and spinal injuries can lead to paralysis.
Head injuries: ranging from a mild concussion to severe traumatic brain injury, all head injuries should be taken seriously.
Fractures: fractures, or broken bones are usually treated with casting and immobilization, and sometimes surgery is required.
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Requirements for legally riding a motorcycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Nevada’s motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
- Motorcyclists and passengers are required to wear approved helmets.
- Motorcycles are able to utilize the entire lane and can ride two abreast.
- Motorcyclists are expected to adhere to the same laws as all other motorists.
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