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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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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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. The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), however, warns against sharing lanes altogether. If motorcyclists split lanes unsafely, they can be ticketed.
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.