Your California Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
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.
Your California Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
California Motorcycle Accident Attornyes Chuck Koro and Jim Romag are lawyers who ride and Partners in the law firm of Brown, Koro & Romag, LLP.
They have been fighting for motorcyclists rights for decades. The law firm’s entire practice is dedicated to helping injured riders, so
these motorcycle lawyers are tough, seasoned experts with unparalleled experience, skill and tactical ability to help you maximize
your recovery. If you are involved in a motorcycle accident, don’t trust your case to someone who just dabbles, call the
highly respected Original Attorneys Who Ride.
Riding in California
California is a beautiful state with an incredible climate year round. It’s also home to the greatest number of licensed motorcycle riders in the United States. California has no shortage of incredible motorcycle rides with scenic roads and sweeping curves that attract riders from all over the world. For these reasons and the sheer number of motorists on the road, we handle more motorcycle accident cases than any other firm.
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Russ Brown’s California Lawyers are experts in motorcycle accident Law. Call 1-800-424-5377
California is a unique state for motorcyclists due to its lane splitting law. Lane splitting refers to the practice of riding a motorcycle between lanes of traffic, in order for the motorcyclist to pass slower-moving traffic. Although technically legal in California, it may be risky for motorcyclists. New legislation has been introduced to regulate more closely how lane splitting is done. As a general rule, the standard recommendation is go no more than 10 MPH than adjacent traffic in order to be safe.
In California, all riders must wear a D.O.T. certified helmet. The state also requires motorcyclists to have EPA-compliant exhaust systems on their model year 2011 and newer motorcycles.
California motorcycle applicants under 21 years of age are required to complete a Basic Rider Course before they receive a motorcycle instruction permit. Motorcycle applicants 21 years of age and older are encouraged to take a motorcycle rider course but is not required. Please see the California DMV website for the most recent motorcycle laws in CA. Motorcycle Laws are constantly changing and the CA DMV website would be your most up-to-date source.
Call for your FREE consultation with an expert California Motorcycle Lawyer on the Russ Brown Team at 1-800-4-BIKERS
Make sure you have your Free BAM Benefit card in your wallet while you are out on your motorcycle enjoying all the beauty and fantastic weather California has to offer. If you need us, just call.
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2400 East Katella Avenue, Suite 800 Anaheim, CA 92806
18285 Hwy 108, Suite 6 Jamestown, CA 95327
111 West Ocean Boulevard, 4th Floor Long Beach, CA 90802
4400 Coldwater Canyon Avenue, Suite 200Studio City, CA 91604
2503 Eastbluff Drive, Suite 204 Newport Beach, CA 92660
2440 Camino Ramon, Suite 385 San Ramon, CA 94583
3200 Guasti Road, Suite 100 Ontario, CA 91761
300 East Esplanade Drive, 9th Floor Oxnard, CA 93036
11801 Pierce Street, Suite 200 Riverside, CA 92505
473 E. Carnegie Dr. Suite 200 San Bernardino, CA 92408
9655 Granite Ridge Drive, Suite 200 San Diego, CA 92123
California motorcycle applicants under 21 years of age are required to complete a Basic Rider Cource before they receive a motorcycle instruction permit. Motorcycle applicants 21 years of age and older are encouraged.