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Our Indiana Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

The first call to make after an accident is to your personal Indiana motorcycle accident attorney. Even if you have insurance and the accident was not your fault, it is a good idea to get practical advice from a professional skilled in motorcycle law first. Perhaps you were not at fault, but are being portrayed that way by an unflattering witness or maybe you are being asked for a recorded statement by the opposing insurance company. It is important to know your rights and what to expect. An expert motorcycle lawyer who RIDES knows motorcycle and sport bike accidents and understands the dynamics, the damages, the pain and suffering exclusive to motorcycle related mishaps. Don’t just settle for any personal injury accident lawyer, because they may not understand riding, lane splitting, or road rash or realize the proper value of your case. If you have been in a motorcycle accident and sustained injuries, trust your call to a motorcycle attorney skilled in motorcycle law from BAM. We’ve been protecting riders on the road and fighting for your rights successfully since 1975 and your consultation is always free.

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Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys have been fighting for motorcyclists’ rights for decades. We are experts in motorcycle accidents and have carefully chosen local, independent counsel across the country to help guide your claim with free legal advice, even if you do not need an attorney. This can maximize your recovery.  If you want justice and compensation for your injury, pain and suffering, call today for your free consultation.

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Indiana

Riding in Indiana blends the open feeling of Midwest with the quaint charm of winding backwoods roads. People are friendly and quick to help each other out so the natural sense of community is palpable. Whether you enjoy twisty trips down near Turkey Run State park and side trips past gorges and nature trails, or an easy but beautiful scenic cruise up along Indian Dunes National Park along Lake Michigan, Indiana offers plenty of variety. Congested highways are not a frequent occurrence compared to much of our great country, and overall, you will find Indiana roads to be very motorcycle-friendly. If you happen to run into some bad luck, then your local Indiana motorcycle attorneys from BAM can help navigate you through the process of pursuing a claim. You deserve fair compensation for your pain and suffering, and we can help you get it. Trust the experienced advice of lawyers who ride;we have the inside knowledge on how best to present and WIN your case.

There are many excuses given by insurance companies as to why they cannot, will not or aren’t obligated to cover all of your damages, hospital bills, time lost from work or give you anything for your pain and suffering. This happens to riders all the time, even when they are not at fault, and oftentimes unfairly. In such instances you need the advice of experienced and compassionate counsel, who can provide you the valuable information you need to maximize your claim. Whether you need an attorney or not, this knowledge can increase your chances of a fair recovery.

Call 1-800-4-BIKERS to seek the expert counsel of an attorney from Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys BAM program. We have been helping our fellow riders for over 35 years. Our professional legal cooperative will help you understand the insurance claims process, and assist you to get fair compensation for your damages as quickly as the system allows.

INDIANA MOTORCYCLE SAFETY LAWS

  • Daytime use of headlight is required after vehicles manufactured after 1/1/56; IC 9-19-7-2
  • Modulating headlights are permitted; Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, 571.108
  • Handlebar height is restricted; cannot be higher than the shoulders of the motorcycle operator when the operator is seated in the drivers seat.
  • Eye Protection is required by law under age 18; IC 9-19-7-1
  • Lane splitting is not authorized; IC 9-21-10-6
  • Motorcycles are permitted to operate two abreast in the same lane; IC 9-21-10-6
  • Mirrors are required by law
  • Passenger seat and footrest are required by law if carrying a passenger
  • Safety helmets are required by law under for riders under the age of 18 and required for all instructional permit holders; Indiana Code, Title 9, Article 19, Chapter 7, Section 1

*Please check for a full list of up to date Indiana motorcycle safety requirements on the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles website at http://www.in.gov/bmv/3204.htm.

Indiana Vehicle Code can be searched at https://iga.in.gov/legislative/laws/2014/ic/titles/009/.

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