If you are asking yourself whether or not you need to speak to an attorney, you probably should. When it comes to pursuing your legal rights, time is of the essence. If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, whether you believe it is your fault or not, and you have been injured or your bike has been damaged, you should contact U.S. Biker Law for a free consultation with an experienced attorney.

Below you will find a list of frequently asked questions we have answered for a quick reference. Review this section to see if any of your questions have been answered already.

1. Am I required to have motorcycle insurance?

In almost every jurisdiction in the United States, the operator of any motor vehicle, including a motorcycle, is required to carry a minimum amount of insurance. The minimum coverage requirement varies from state to state.

2. If I have motorcycle insurance, do I need an attorney?

If you have been involved in a motorcycle-related accident, it is wise to discuss the details with an attorney. Insurance companies are only required to do provide you with the benefits contained in your policy.

3. If my injuries are minor, do I need an attorney?

Even if you think your injuries are minor, you should consult an attorney. Oftentimes, what seems like a minor injury at first progressively worsens with time. An attorney can assist you with making sure that you seek medical treatment and can evaluate a physician’s diagnosis/prognosis from a legal standpoint.

4. If I believe I am at fault, do I need an attorney?

“Fault” is a legal term that is best left to an attorney. Regardless of your belief, you should contact a U.S. Biker Law attorney to discuss the details of your case.

5. Do motorcycle accident laws differ between states?

Yes. U.S. Biker Law can provide you with an attorney in the state in which you have been injured.

6. Am I required to wear a helmet at all times?

No. Some states do not require that you wear a helmet at all times. Helmet laws vary from state to state.

7. Am I required to report an accident to the police?

Often, it is a good idea to report an accident, but you are not always required to do so. For example, if you have been in an accident involving an injury to a person or substantial property damage, you should report the accident to the police. However, if you have been involved in a one-vehicle accident involving mechanical failure, you are not required to report the accident. If you have recently been involved in an accident, contact U.S. Biker Law to discuss the details.

8. What is the first thing to do if I am involved in a motorcycle accident?

If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, call U.S. Biker Law to discuss the details with an experienced attorney. Our attorneys are available 24-hours a day and can answer all of your questions.

9. How much compensation will I receive?

How much compensation you receive will depend on the facts of your case. While there can be no guarantee that you will make a recovery, you can be guaranteed that your U.S. Biker Law attorney will aggressively fight to obtain the highest recovery possible.

10. What is the payment process for US Biker Law?

In motorcycle injury cases, you do not pay your attorney until a recovery is made. You may be responsible for some costs and fees, such as court costs and filing fees, but these can often be deferred until resolution of your case.

For More Answers

If you have any additional questions, please contact U.S. Biker Law now by calling us or by submitting an online request for information from the Contact Us page. One of our attorneys can assist you with any specific questions that you may have. You may find definitions of legal terms (Legal Glossary) and read more about customer recommendations as well. For emergency assistance relating to an accident, please go to the Report Accident Now page or call our number.

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