Cycling is a popular activity for children and adults alike. Although riding a bicycle is generally safe, each year hundreds of cyclists lose their lives in bicycle collisions. Many thousands more are injured. When the unforeseen occurs, it is important to put the law to work for you. At the Law Firm of Kass & Moses, we believe in putting the needs of cyclists first. When you hire us, you get our full and total commitment to your case. At any time, we are just a phone call away. You can reach out to us at any time for an update on your case, or just for reassurance at any step of the way.
In the weeks following a bike crash, the bills start to roll in. Medical costs are tremendous in the United States, even with health insurance coverage. Few of us are prepared to pay thousands in unreimbursed medical costs, especially if we are already facing lost wages. During such a challenging time, it is so important to have an experienced law firm on your side. We have represented hundreds of injured cyclists in our 27 years in business. We can help guide you through this process so that you can focus on your recovery.
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Here are some tips to help protect you when you ride.
- Always wear a helmet. Even though the law may not require that you wear one, helmets protect you from head injury and can even save your life.
- Wear bright clothing. It is easy for cyclists to be missed, especially when they blend in with the environment. Bright clothing, especially gear with reflective patches, helps set you apart.
- Ride defensively. Always assume that the motorists around you cannot see you. So many drivers are distracted or impaired, it is best to assume you are not on their radar.
- Install lights on the front and rear of your bike.
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New Hampshire Bicycle Law
Requirements for legally riding a bicycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of New Hampshire’s bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
- Cyclists are not permitted to operate on the sidewalks.
- Cyclists riding between dusk and dawn must wear at least one item of reflective apparel.
- All cyclists under 16 years of age are required to wear a helmet.
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