Standing Up for Bikers
Rider Justice is here to help Georgia motorcycle riders who are injured in a motorcycle crash. We partner with only those few Georgia motorcycle accident attorneys that are driven to fight for injured riders, and our team will aggressively go after maximum compensation. We leave no stone unturned when it comes to fighting for your rights after an accident. Every motorcycle accident claim is different and you need our experienced motorcycle attorneys on your side as soon as possible in order to pursue compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering, bike repair, hospital bills and more. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Unfortunately, just like every other state in the country, Georgia motorcycle riders also face discrimination in the legal system and the courts. Rider Justice was founded on the belief that motorcycle riders deserve equal rights under the law and we fight like hell to get you the money you are owed so you can heal and move forward.
We are motorcycle accident lawyers who fight for biker rights day in and day out. In our experience, motorcycle riders are frequently treated unfairly and therefore require aggressive attorneys in order to receive maximum compensation.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle collision, give us a call for a completely free, no-obligation consultation to find out if you have a case. We’re proud to give every single client the care and attention they deserve all while taking the stress of insurance phone calls and hospital bills off your plate. We go to work while your job is to heal.
Rider Justice is the legal team you need when the absolute worst happens on the road.
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Rider Justice was founded by Scott O’Sullivan, a personal injury attorney who cares deeply about motorcycle riders and the motorcycle community. From his very first motorcycle crash case in 1998, Scott discovered that this was his vocation – his calling in life: to serve the motorcycle community and injured riders. This community is often stereotyped by the legal system and, therefore, Georgia motorcycle riders must fight twice as hard for justice and compensation after a motorcycle crash.
If you have been injured in an Atlanta or Georgia motorcycle accident, the Rider Justice team will fight like hell to get the money you are owed so that you can heal and move forward.
Scott O’Sullivan is founder of Rider Justice and he has been supporting the biker community for over 20 years, including helping injured riders, non-profit board leadership, motorcycle event sponsorships and free legal advice to BikerDown.
Georgia Motorcycle Laws
Helmet: DOT approved helmet required
Motorcycle Endorsement: required
Gear: Eye protection for riders and passengers
Turning on dead red lights: not allowed
Lane Splitting: Not Allowed
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Georgia and Motorcycles: A Match Made in Deep-South Heaven
Let’s talk about some of Georgia’s best motorcycle rides. For pure beauty, it is hard to beat The Suches Loop (AKA: Georgia’s Dragon), where bikers find themselves amidst the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Chattahoochee National Forest. The Loop traverses the base of Georgia’s Blood Mountain and it can be challenging, so take along at least one biker friend for safety and a wing man.
Next up, Georgia motorcycle riders love the beautiful roads on Highway 28, running through three different southern states in one 30-mile ride: Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee. Also called “The Moonshiner 28,” some riders even prefer this ride over The Dragon because there are great curves, gorgeous scenery and less traffic.
Outside of Columbus, Georgia, motorcycle riders love the FDR State Park Loop. This gentle, curving road takes bikers through farmland, mountains and woods. Stop at several friendly biker bars and go antiquing in nearby Warm Springs, Georgia.
Finally, bikers should make sure to ride the Northern Georgia Scenic Byway Loop. Just the words “Scenic Byway” mean glory for those on two wheels. Start in Helen, Georgia, and take Route 17 north. Along the way, you’ll see Georgia’s tallest mountain, Brasstown Bald, and travel through the Chattahoochee National Forest. Watch for waterfalls! The roads are steep and curvy, so keep your guard up as you also bask in Georgia’s stunning landscapes.
Be Safe When Motorcycling in Georgia
A word of caution: All of these Georgia roads can be dangerous and Georgia weather can be notoriously fickle, causing many motorcycle accidents for unsuspecting riders. (Don’t even get us started about the way auto drivers behave on twisty mountain roads. We’ve seen too many riders go down in Georgia mountains because of high-speed autos.) Whenever you ride your motorcycle in Georgia, you should prepare for just about any weather event, ride defensively, and make sure you wear proper gear.
Please ride Georgia’s roads with joy! But please also ride safely. And if you ever need legal advice after a motorcycle accident in Georgia, call Rider Justice. We’ll drop everything to help you.
Free Insurance review
The worst possible time to find out you’re under insured, is after an accident. Before your next ride, call us and we’ll review your insurance with you to make sure you and your loved ones are properly covered. (We don’t sell motorcycle insurance, we just sue them.) Call now: (303) 865-3934