Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 2020: Your Guide to a Guaranteed Good Time
In case you haven’t heard the news, the 2020 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is a go! The Sturgis city council voted 8-1 to go ahead with…
Do you feel like you’re being taken advantage of after being involved in a motorcycle wreck? Do you need answers on what the next steps to take are? Your safety and the safety of others involved in a motorcycle accident are of primary concern. However, when possible, the information you are able to gather at a motorcycle accident scene can have a positive impact on the success of any future claim you may file.
There are actions you can take to protect yourself before and after a motorcycle accident. For example, it is important to wear the proper safety gear and know what to do at the scene of an accident. If you are involved in an accident and need to file an injury claim with an insurance company, the assistance of an experienced motorcycle accident attorney can help ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the compensation you deserve.
Experiencing the wrongful death of a loved one is the most painful tragedy a motorcyclist’s family must endure. Surviving victims, however, may be entitled to various types of compensation for their loss.
We understand that victims who have suffered injuries due to motorcycle accidents will have questions, both about their rights and about how to obtain compensation for their injuries. Below are answers to some of the questions we encounter most frequently. Read on to learn more about Law Tigers services.
It is every rider’s responsibility to make sure the bike is safe to ride. Every rider should have a trusted mechanic perform regular maintenance on the motorcycle to ensure that it is in sound working condition especially when it has been involved in an accident.
Many motorcycle riders enjoy long cross-country trips. At Law Tigers, we know that it can be hard to keep up with changing motorcycle helmet laws in different areas. Some states require all riders to wear a safety helmet, while others require only riders under the age of 18 to wear one.