Motorcycle Accident Attorney in Arkansas
Arkansas Motorcycle Laws: Know Before You GO
Our Arkansas motorcycle accident attorneys can help you with your accident injury claim. BAM is home to motorcycle personal injury lawyers who ride themselves. They have handled countless claims, and helped our clients to recover for lost wages, pain and suffering and more. Don’t settle for a motorcycle accident lawyer who doesn’t have a working knowledge of state motorcycle laws. If you’ve been injured in an accident involving a motorcycle, our personal injury lawyers would like to speak with you.
If you've never ridden through the State of Arkansas, you don't know what you are missing. Nestled between the Mississippi River, the Ozarks, and the Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas' diverse landscape offers motorcyclists a little bit of everything. Bikers who ride through Arkansas can take their pick of winding mountain roads, twisting delta bypasses, or beautiful lakes—and partake of numerous outdoor recreational activities.
In addition to the beautiful scenery, Arkansas is home to some of the best motorcycle rallies, rides, and events. The Bikes, Blues, & BBQ Motorcycle Rally alone draws in over 400,000 riders every year.
If you are considering a trip to the state this year, our Arkansas motorcycle accident lawyers remind you that it is important to know the motorcycle laws of the state—before you ride. This can help you avoid both expensive traffic tickets and dangerous motorcycle accidents.
Arkansas Motorcycle Laws (always check with the Arkansas DMV for the most up-to-date laws)
- Helmet Law: All motorcyclists and passengers under the age of 21 are required to wear a safety helmet
- Red Light Law: Left turn through traffic actuated red light is allowed only after a complete stop and with caution
- Passenger Seat and Footrest: Required by law if carrying a passenger
- Passenger Age: Passengers on a motorcycle must be at least 8 years old
- Muffler and Sound Criteria: No acoustical limits on noise
- Handlebar Height: No restrictions
- Eye Protection: Required by law both on and off road
- Daytime Use of Headlight: Required by law—modulating headlight permitted
The Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys are here for you—no matter where you ride. That's why we created BAM, a free roadside and legal assistance program. With nearly 2 million members, we are now the nation's largest networks of bikers helping bikers. Call us today at 1-800-4-BIKERS to learn more about BAM or our law firm.
If you or someone you love is ever injured in a motorcycle accident in Little Rock, Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Hot Springs, or anywhere in the State of Arkansas, the Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys can help. We Ride—We Care—We WIN!
Russ Brown Attorneys serve several locations including:
- Hot Springs
- Little Rock
- Black oak
- Eureka Springs
- Fort Smith
- Pine Bluff
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