3 Reasons to Hire a Biker as a Motorcycle Attorney
When it comes to finding an attorney, you don’t want to make the wrong choice. Many lawyers say they have your best interests at heart and they know what you are going through. Most of the time that is not the case. However, here at Utah Bike Law we are actual bikers helping other bikers in need. Why is that important?
Importance of your Bike
It is hard to understand why something means so much to someone when you don’t have it yourself. How do you expect a lawyer to take your motorcycle accident seriously when they have never even ridden on one? Your bike is one of the most important things to you and we understand that. We have Harley-Davidsons ourselves and most often, motorcycle accidents leave your bike in disrepair.
We Know What It’s Like on the Road
George has been riding motorcycles since he was young so he knows the conditions of the road. Between the crazy drivers and the drivers that don’t pay attention, George has driven through it all. Drivers have a hard being vigilant for looking out for motorcycles. George knows how it feels to be cut off by a driver or to be turned in front of. It’s important to have a lawyer that knows what you go through on the road daily. We understand the precautions to be taken.
We Know the Community
Here at Utah Bike Law, we are members of your community! We go for rides that help benefit local charities such as the Ride with Pigs, First Responders Tribute Ride and the Ride to Zero (among others). There àer causes that impact motorcyclists like profiling that we fight for. We don’t pretend to know what is going on because we are one of you! We are also part of the tight knit community. If a biker attorney takes advantage of your money, everyone knows about it. That’s the great thing about being a biker, you know who is respectable and trustworthy. Word travels fast.
It is almost common sense to hire someone in the same community as you. They understand your situation more. George Tait at Utah Bike Law is that attorney that knows the motorcycle world.
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