Attorney for Cyclists in Milwaukee, Green Bay, and Beyond
Wisconsin bicyclists who have been injured in an accident will likely face a barrage of inquiries from insurance companies and law enforcement agencies while wading through the healthcare system to get treatment for their injuries. During this difficult time, it is important that you have a team of highly qualified Wisconsin bicycle accident lawyers protecting your rights and positioning you to receive the highest possible financial compensation for your losses.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a bicycle accident, contact Kass & Moses today for a free consultation and case evaluation. There’s never an obligation, and never a fee unless we win your case.
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Representing Bike Accident Victims in Wisconsin
Wisconsin’s traffic laws are designed to help cars and bicycles share the road safely. Unfortunately, it takes only a second for a distracted or negligent driver to impact your life forever. Between medical bills, lost wages, and other related costs, the aftermath of a bike crash can threaten or destroy your family’s financial security. Insurance companies are motivated to settle claims quickly with the lowest possible payouts to injured bicyclists. Our attorneys will fight to get you the full compensation you need to move forward.
Don’t trust your family’s financial future to insurance companies and law enforcement agencies. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident in Wisconsin, call Kass & Moses today. We will review your case, explain your options, and work with you to determine your next steps.
Requirements for legally riding a bicycle vary from state to state. The Kass & Moses team can confidently answer your questions about the specifics of Wisconsin’s bicycle laws. Below are a few rules of the road that every local cyclist should keep in mind:
- State law requires bicyclists to ride in the same direction as traffic.
- Sidewalk riding is illegal. However, some exceptions exist where the community has passed an ordinance specifically permitting bicyclists use of sidewalks.
- There is no mandatory bike helmet law for adults or children riding bicycles in Wisconsin.
Resources for Wisconsin Bicyclists:
Team Wisconsin Cycling
Wisconsin Cycling Association
Bombay Bicycle Club
Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Women Cycling
Cream City Cycling Club
Spring City Spinners Bicycle Club
Bay Shore Bicycle Club
Capitol Velo Club
Janesville Velo Club
Kenosha Racine Bike Club
Madison Area Bicycle Club
Bay View Bicycle Club
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