Bicycle accident victims are often unaware of the levels of financial compensation they might be entitled to under Virginia traffic laws. At Kass & Moses, our team of dedicated attorneys has a thorough knowledge of Virginia bicycle law – and we will work to get you the settlement your case deserves. We fight tirelessly for our clients to gain the highest possible compensation from insurance companies. Our legal team will deal with insurance companies and law enforcement agencies so you can focus on your path of healing.
If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident, call us today for a free consultation. There is no obligation, and we never charge unless we win your case.
Skilled Virginia Bicycle Lawyers Taking Cases in Richmond, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Beyond
Unfortunately, it only takes seconds for a reckless or negligent driver to change your life forever. The process of recovery can be an all-consuming, long path often with damaging results at home and at work. Let us deal with the paperwork and the bureaucratic red tape while we build a case that will bring you the financial compensation you need to get your life back.
Have you been injured in a bicycle accident in Virginia? Call Kass & Moses today. We will review your case, explain your options, and work with you to determine your next steps.
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Virginia 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 Virginia’s bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local cyclist should keep in mind:
- Bicyclists must ride with the flow of traffic on the right side of the highway.
- Bicyclists operating a bicycle on a roadway at less than the normal speed of traffic at the time and place under conditions then existing shall ride as close as safely practicable to the right curb or edge of the roadway.
- Bicyclists must signal their intentions to stop or turn.
- Bicyclists must not carry articles which prevent them from keeping at least one hand on the handlebars.
- Several jurisdictions in Virginia require that every person fourteen years of age or younger shall wear a protective helmet whenever riding or being carried on a bicycle on any highway, sidewalk, or public bicycle path.
Resources for Virginia Bicyclists
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