We are California Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Who Ride! 1-800-4-BIKERS
Motorcycle accident attorney Russ Brown is licensed by the state of California, but can help you get the help you need regardless of where your motorcycle accident took place. Russ has a nationwide network of experienced motorcycle accident lawyer in all fifty states that have been serving the motorcycling community for over thirty years. And we are not just there for you in time of accident. Our BAM organization has volunteers from Washington to Florida, from California to Maine just a phone call away.
BAM offers a free emergency breakdown service to motorcyclists everywhere. We can help you to get safely off the road, bring you a tool or part so you can repair your bike, or if all else fails find a place to store your bike for a few days. A BAM volunteer and an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer are waiting to help you, just as they have been doing for over thirty years. Whether you are heading out to Sturgis or down to Daytona, stuck on the road or involved in an accident, we are here for you. Harley, super bike, sport bike, or chopper, full dress cruiser or crotch rocket, whatever you ride, wherever you ride, call us first. And if you have been in an accident, or sustained an injury, regardless of where your motorcycle accident took place, we have a motorcycle accident lawyer who will help you get compensation for your injury and the repair of your bike. Call 1-800-4-BIKERS 1-800-4-BIKERS 1-800-4-BIKERS and California motorcycle accident attorney Russ Brown or his partner, California motorcycle attorney Chuck Koro for the help you need.
Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys can be found in the BAM booth (Free Breakdown and Legal Assistance For Motorcyclists) at various locations around California. We are at the infamous Rock Store in Malibu/Agoura Hills, CA every weekend in the Los Angeles Area. We are at Alice's Restaurant in Woodside, California if you are in the San Francisco Bay area and at Cooks Corners in Trabuco Canyon in Orange County.
See you out on the road and ride safe!\