There is nothing more thrilling than riding a motorcycle through the hills and valleys of West Virginia. Still, as with most thrills in life, there is a degree of risk. Sadly, thousands of bikers are killed each year throughout the United States. Many others are injured. Unfortunately, compensation is often insufficient, given the level of injury or impairment.
Insurance companies profit when they pay out as little money as possible. This means that insurance adjusters usually offer a small amount of compensation during your initial contact with them. This small sum of money may not even be enough to cover your health insurance copays. That is why we urge all bikers to speak with an experienced West Virginia motorcycle lawyer before they agree to any settlement offer.
Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Serving Charleston, Morgantown, Huntington, and Beyond
When you reach out and contact an attorney with the team at the Law Offices of Kass & Moses, you will be given an opportunity to share the details of your crash. During the confidential call, you can ask any questions you have. We will discuss how the law applies in your case. We will then begin to work on maximizing your compensation. And do not worry about having to cover the cost of a lawyer upfront. We do not get paid until you receive compensation. Call 1-800-MOTORCYCLE today to learn more.
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West Virginia 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 West Virginia’s motorcycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local rider should keep in mind:
- All motorcycle riders must wear an approved helmet with chinstrap.
- Motorcycle riders and passengers must wear eye protection or have a suitable windscreen made of shatter-resistant material.
- Motorcycle headlights are required at all hours.
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