Bike Accident Attorneys for Knoxville, Nashville, and all of Tennessee
Tennessee bicycle accident victims have only one year to file a claim. If you’ve been injured in a bike accident in Tennessee, the attorneys at Kass & Moses will fight to protect your rights and help you secure the compensation you need to move forward with your life. The aftermath of a bicycle accident can be devastating and victims can be left to deal with long-term health effects, mounting debts, and lost income. Do not rely on insurance companies and law enforcement agencies to protect your interests. Our attorneys are knowledgeable about Tennessee bicycle law and we will be your guide throughout this difficult time.
Have you or a loved one been injured in a bicycle accident? Call Kass & Moses today for a free consultation and case evaluation. There’s no obligation, and we don’t charge unless we win your case.
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Bicycle Accident Lawyer Serving Nashville and Tennessee Towns
For over 25 years, we have fought tirelessly for the rights of those injured in bicycle accidents in Tennessee. Our attorneys have won large financial settlements and favorable courtroom verdicts for bicycle accident victims across Tennessee and we remain the leading legal team in Tennessee personal injury law.
Don’t let the clock run out on your rights. At Kass & Moses, our attorneys will stand up to insurance companies and fight to hold at-fault parties responsible for their actions. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident, call us today to discuss your options and learn how we can help you recover your losses.
Tennessee 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 Tennessee’s bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local cyclist should keep in mind:
- Cyclists are required to travel in the same direction as vehicles.
- Bicycles must be equipped with a front white light visible from 500 feet. In addition, the bicycle must have a red reflector or a lamp emitting a red light, visible from a distance of at least 500 feet to the rear.
- Bicycle operators under 16 years of age must wear a bicycle helmet at all times, whether they are riding on a highway, street, or sidewalk.
Resources for Tennessee Bicyclists:
Nashville Bike Alliance
The Oasis Center Bike Workshop
Major Momentum Cycling Club
Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA)
Harpeth Bicycle Club
Smoky Mountain Wheelmen
KnoxVelo Cycling Club
Tri-Cities Road Club
Chattanooga Bicycle Club
Memphis Hightailers Bicycle Club
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