We proudly serve the entire state of Montana. Below is our main office location.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the common questions asked. Please consult with our Law Tigers’ Member Attorney for full answers and details.

  • Do you have to wear a helmet in Montana?

    In Montana, motorcycle operators and passengers under 18 must wear a helmet that meets the standards of the state’s Department of Justice. Also, any passengers under 18 are required to wear a helmet regardless of the driver’s age or experience.

  • Do you have to wear eyewear protection in Montana?

    Eye protection is not required in Montana, but is still considered a riding best practice.

  • Are there motorcycle noise restrictions laws in Montana?

    All motorcycles in Montana are required to have an exhaust muffler while operating on the roads and highways.

  • Are there restrictions on the age of the passenger in Montana?

    There are no restrictions on the age of the passenger in Montana.

  • Is the daytime use of headlights required by law in Montana?

    Montana does not require daytime use of headlights, but the law states that you must use your headlights from 1/2 hour after sunset to 1/2 an hour before sunrise.

  • Is lane splitting allowed in Montana?

    Lane splitting is legal in Montana as of October 1, 2021

  • Are you allowed to wear headphones while riding in Montana?

    No state regulations currently exist in Montana governing headphone or earbud use while riding a motorcycle, but is considered dangerous and not best practice.

  • Are there any requirements for carrying passengers in Montana?

    Montana law states that you are not allowed to carry a passenger on your motorcycle unless it is designed to fulfill that purpose. Your motorcycle must have a seat that is big enough to fit two people or a separate seat designated solely for the passenger. There must also be footrests.

  • Are there any motorcycle spec requirements in Montana?

    In order to be street legal in Montana, a motorcycle must have a license plate, must be equipped with a headlight with high and low beam, tail light and reflector, brake light, at least one operable brake (hand or foot), horn, rear-view mirror, muffler with no modifications, and spark arrestor.

What We Do

Our local motorcycle accident lawyers* fight on behalf of injured riders, like you, to get you and your family the compensation you deserve.

We understand what you’re going through because we’ve been there and represented thousands of riders like you. Insurance companies do not have your back. Without representation, there is no guarantee that you will receive fair compensation for your injuries. Motorcycle accidents are known to cause some of the most life-altering injuries, which is why you deserve someone who’s going to have your back. Our motorcycle accident lawyers will fight insurance companies on your behalf, so you can focus on healing and recovery. We will help you get the compensation you deserve for no upfront costs to you.

For over 20 years, riders have trusted Law Tigers to be by their side every step of the way. We’re here for you 24/7 to help with your case. Call now for a free case evaluation.

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on riders and their families

We support

riders nationwide with free resources and community outreach

We help

family members get their loved ones the compensation they deserve

I was facing financial destruction, and I’m proud to say, thanks to Law Tigers, I have zero medical debt, and I am living the life I want to live today.

Adam Sandoval, World Record Motorcyclist

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Our motorcycle accident lawyers* help you get the compensation you deserve

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  • Our lawyers* have successfully secured hundreds of millions of dollars for their clients
  • Our experienced, aggressive motorcycle accident lawyers* have helped thousands of injured riders
  • If there is no recovery, you will not be charged a fee
  • Fees calculated as a percentage of the gross recovery
  • FREE assistance for motorcycle property damage (motorcycle and gear)
  • FREE advice on all motorcycle matters