Success Rate

  • $19.4 Million – Blown stop sign
  • $6.5 Million – Insurance co. said the other driver didn’t hit him and his injuries were not what he claimed.
  • $5.5 Million – Insurance company said he was going 20 miles/hr. over the speed limit
  • $3.5 Million – Unsafe freeway lane change
  • $3.5 Million – Object breaks loose from RV
  • $3 Million – Driver made a left turn in front of rider
  • $2.5 Million – Parole officer cuts across funeral procession
  • $2.25 Million – Insurance co. disputed traumatic brain injury
  • $2.25 Million – Unsafe left turn
  • $2.2 Million – Unsafe u-turn
  • $2 Million  – Wrongful death. Insurance co. said rider was speeding and on drugs.
  • $2 Million – Unsafe left turn
  • $1.75 Million – Blown stop sign
  • $1.5 Million – Insurance co. said he was speeding and on drugs/alcohol.
  • $1.5 Million – Insurance co. [risk manager] said he failed to slow for obvious hazard.
  • $1.25 Million – T-bone accident
  • $1.25 Million  Hospital records incorrectly said drugs in his system
  • $1.1 Million  Insurance co. said he ran a red light
  • $1 Million  – Insurance co. said he was speeding
  • $1 Million – Insurance Company rejected his future loss of earnings claim and said he could return to his prior job
  • $925,000 – Unsafe lane change
  • $900,000 – Insurance company said the accident was his fault for unsafe lane splitting and that his injuries were not caused in the wreck
  • $850,000 – Semi made right from middle lane w/o signal
  • $800,000 – Insurance company said he was speeding and rear-ended the other vehicle
  • $750,000 – Truck with unmarked extended load off bed hits rider
  • $750,000 – Cut off by catering truck exiting driveway
  • $750,000 – Insurance company said the accident was his fault for unsafe lane splitting.
  • $600,000 – Blown red light
  • $600,000 – Unsafe left turn by bus
  • $600,000 – Blown stop sign
  • $2.25 Million – Insurance company said rider ran a red light
  • $2 Million – Insurance company said riders injuries were unrelated to accident
  • $1.75 Million – Semi tractor stuck on train tracks collides with train & then biker
  • $1.5 Million – Limo driver makes unsafe left turn
  • $1.4 Million – Unsafe lane change, no contact
  • $1.25 Million – Unsafe lane change by student driver
  • $1.25 Million – Road raged dump truck driver cuts bike off
  • $1.12 Million – Cut off by driver exiting gas station
  • $1.1 Million – Unsafe left turn
  • $1.05 Million – Hit by take-out delivery car pulling from curb
  • $1 Million – Insurance company said rider was speeding, inattentive and could have avoided the accident
  • $1 Million – Insurance company denied future wage claim until just before trial
  • $1 Million – Cut off by driver entering from side street
  • $1 Million – Rear-ender
  • $1 Million – Unsafe left turn
  • $1 Million – Semi makes unsafe u-turn
  • $1 Million – Unsafe freeway lane change
  • $1 Million – Rear-ender
  • $740,000  Insurance co. said drugs involved
  • $600,000  Insurance co. said she had only “soft tissue” injuries
  • $550,000  – Disputed back injury
  • $525,000 – Unsafe u-turn
  • $500,000  – Chris C. –Insurance co. said he was speeding and passing unsafely
  • $500,000 – Unsafe left turn
  • $500,000 – Cut off by left turning taxi
  • $500,000 – Defective road condition
  • $500,000 – Semi truck activates right signal then turns left
  • $500,000 – Splitting rider cut off
  • $500,000 – Unsafe lane change
  • $500,000 – Blown red light
  • $500,000 – Insurance company said he had been drinking
  • $450,000 – Unsafe left turn
  • $435,000 – Unsafe u-turn
  • $400,000 — Dog ran into road into rider’s path
  • $380,000 – Courier makes illegal u-turn
  • $300,000 – Unsafe freeway lane change
  • $299,000 – Rear-ended on freeway
  • $285,000  Broken wrist
  • $250,000  – Witness said he was going over 100mph
  • $250,000 – Insurance co. said he was 75% at fault
  • $250,000  Insurance co. said unsafe lane splitting
  • $200,000  Insurance co. said client speeding while splitting lanes and at fault

At Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, we ride.  We know motorcycles. We understand the dynamics of motorcycle accidents, how to use biomechanics to prove the forces of impact, and how to recognize and treat injuries that are specific to motorcyclists.  This expertise can overcome obstacles that could otherwise threaten the value of your case.  Most importantly, we can relate to your frustration over being nickeled and dimed for repairs to your wrecked bike, your anxiety over lost wages, your pain and suffering and how it all affects your family.  We work diligently for our clients, regardless of the dollar amount involved. Our track record is an incredible 98% for all retained cases.

There is no substitute for decades of experience. We have had many, many successful outcomes to cases that other attorneys turned down.


Due to the volume of motorcycle accident cases that Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys has successfully resolved over close to four decades, we’ve faced just about every possible scenario before. It doesn’t faze us if the police report is bad or you have some contributory negligence or you don’t think you have a big case.  None of those elements should stop you from calling us for advice.

We help every injured client get the maximum possible recovery—physically, emotionally & financially. We assist with your property damage, reducing medical bills and aggressively work up each case to the best of our ability.  And if you don’t require a lawyer, you can still benefit from a conversation with a Russ Brown attorney.  We can help walk you through the claims process, tell you what to expect and the tricks and pitfalls that lie ahead, so you aren’t easily taken advantage of.

Before you talk to the opposing driver’s insurance company—certainly before you accept any checks or offers to settle—it’s a good idea to speak to a lawyer who specializes in motorcycle accident law.

Common Case Issues

Improper analysis of a motorcycle accident can severely limit your award or unfairly negate your case.  The experts at Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys know that “facts” and witness statements affecting your personal result may be incorrect.  Our specialized knowledge and decades of experience give us a distinct advantage over other attorneys who claim to be motorcycle lawyers but only handle a few such cases a year. Here’s a real life example:

A police report blamed the accident on our client’s excessive speed, stating the bike was travelling at 50 mph when it went down. The officer’s calculations were based on a standard formula for determining speed relative to the length of a skid.  His error was in using a formula intended for an automobile sliding on 4 rubber tires.  But when a bike goes down, it’s metal against asphalt…and a 600 lb. motorcycle will slide much farther.  Due to our expertise, the police report was revised to reflect 35 mph, the legal speed on that stretch of road.  Our client was no longer assigned any fault, which substantially increased the value of his claim.

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Client Testimonials

I was very happy that I hired Brown, Koro & Romag, LLP as my Motorcycle Attorneys. They treated me with respect and always stayed on top of my case. They took all the pressure off me by dealing directly with the insurance companies. Since they also ride, they know exactly what it feels like to be in our boots. I can't thank them enough, because without them fighting for me until the end I wouldn't have received half the settlement I actually received. They never gave up and did all they could to help me during this most difficult time. They were very professional and took care of everything for me. Thank you for all your help in dealing with my complex case.

- Doug P. Read More
Bam Testimonials

I just wanted to tell you how thankful I am for this organization and its members.  I signed up last year before I really started riding.  Today, seven miles from home, my battery went dead. I was on my own, on a Sunday, a lone female biker.  All my friends had already left on our annual trip to Vegas, and I had no one.  BAM found someone with a trailer who dropped my bike off at my mechanic, and then dropped me at home!  I know I will not hesitate to do what I can when BAM calls me!

- Saphyre R. Read More
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