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Aid to Injured Motorcyclists (AIM)
The law offices of Richard M. Lester have been helping bikers for nearly 30 years. Richard Lester, founding attorney, realized the need for injured bikers to be professionally represented. He understood that motorcycle cases are very different accidents and that there was a need for lawyers that knew motorcycles because they rode too. Check out their website to find out more.
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A Message from our founder Richard Lester http://onabike.com/motorcycle-news/waco-shooting-may-2015-press-release/
Texas Attorney, William (Bill) A. SmithWilliam A. Smith & Associates, P.C.3131 McKinney Avenue, Suite 350Dallas, Texas 75204 EmailPhone: (800) On-A-Bike (800-662-2453) For Bill's Blog, click here.
State Funded Rider Education
Available for all eligible applicants.
Required under age 18.
Periodic Safety Inspection
Required by law.
Helmets Required for all riders under age 21.
Must pass Riders Education or carry a minimum of $10,000 insurance.
Daytime Use of Headlight
Modulating headlight permitted.
Required by law.
Required if carrying a passenger.
In effect on designated rural interstate highways.
The A.I.M. App for your phone is here. Download it now!
Get the Aid to Injured Motorcylists App today. Available for your iPhone or Adroid phone.
The Aid To Injured Motorcyclists App provides you with helpful resources and easy access to emergency tools that can help get you to safety in the event of an accident.??
Region II: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas
Article L Section 8, of the Texas Constitution guarantees the right to everyone in Texas of freedom of speech, expression, and association. Unlike the First Amendment of the United States Constitution which only protects against the government depriving a citizen of speech, expression, or association, the Texas Free Speech provision prohibits anyone, public or private, from depriving a citizen of his or her right to freedom of speech, expression, or association. Hajek v. Bill Mowbray Motors Inc, 647 S.W.2d 253, decided by the Texas Supreme Court in 1983.
Don't subject yourself to civil and criminal penalties and to expensive and time consuming lawsuits. Don't discriminate against people wearing colors or motorcycle attire.