A Right to Ride

Rider Justice was born from this conviction: Bikers have a right to ride safely and to enjoy equal rights under the law.

Who We Are

Scott O’Sullivan has been supporting the biker community for over 25 years, including helping injured riders, non-profit board leadership, motorcycle event sponsorships and free legal advice to BikerDown. Additionally, over the past few years, Scott has been working with Colorado legislators to pass laws against distracted driving.

Then, in late 2017, Scott received a phone call that he says “was the final gut-punch” and the reason he founded Rider Justice.

“I got a call from a dad who was in a funeral home saying goodbye to his son. It staggered me. When we finally met, I learned that his son’s case was a classic bias-against-motorcycles case. The accident wasn’t his fault, but everything was being skewed against him. It’s enraging. If I don’t do something about it, who will?”

Scott decided to launch Rider Justice, an organization that champions bikers’ rights – on the road, in the courtroom and in our culture. The organization works to break the cycle of discrimination and distraction that leads non-bikers to dismiss, overlook and (consciously or unconsciously) harm people who just want to ride without a cage.

What We Do

Helping Injured Motorcycle Riders

Our motorcycle accident attorneys specialize in helping injured riders through the difficult process of healing after an accident and navigating the complicated legal process that follows a collision. If you or a loved one have been hurt, you should seek legal advice immediately to protect your interests even if it seems the issue of who is at fault in an accident is cut and dry. You can receive a free consultation with no obligation.

Community Support

We support and directly give back to organizations and rider focused businesses that do good in the biker community. We create motorcycle safety PSAs intended to increase biker safety. We also hold fun contests that riders enjoy.

We’re here to Level thE Playing Field.

“I go to all these biker rallies and there is a feeling of desperation because every single one of them can name a friend who was hit or killed by a distracted driver. They feel like they’re under assault.”


— Scott O’Sullivan, Rider Justice Founder

Motorcycle Lawyers – Rider Justice

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