At our law firm, we respect bikers and know that riding a motorcycle is a way of life. Having a one-of-a-kind customized motorcycle is just another proud part of the biker tradition.
But having a unique bike can also mean taking risks. If your motorcycle has been modified or altered from factory standards, it's important to make sure that you follow guidelines for motorcycle safety.
Be sure to check your custom bike for any potential structural flaws. Adding tailpipes and other elements to your bike can shift its center of balance, making it dangerous when combined with bad road conditions. On the other hand, stripping down a bike and rebuilding it can remove important structural elements that would otherwise provide safety while riding.
If you decide to customize your bike, make sure that you work closely with a professional. Research your motorcycle mechanic and read customer reviews before you jump headfirst into a modification process that could cause injuries to you or your passengers, along with your ride.
At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we know that sometimes bad things happen to good bikers, including riders with customized motorcycles. Bad motorcycle parts and flaws in designs of custom bikes can cause accidents or make them more serious than they would be otherwise.
If you have a custom bike and were in a motorcycle accident – whether it was just your bike or if more vehicles were involved in the crash – you may have a case.
Since 1982, we've helped thousands of accident victims – including riders and passengers hurt in motorcycle accidents – get the money they need to pay their bills and get their lives back on track. Our experienced attorneys and legal team work to protect you from insurance companies that try to settle your custom motorcycle accident case cheaply, without your best interest in mind.
From the moment you hire our highly rated law firm, we take away your worries and go to work for you:
Rest assured, you can trust us to fight for you and get you the money you deserve. You may have heard our motto: "There's never a fee unless we get money for you." We mean it. If we don't win your case, you won't owe us a penny.