IMRF Holding Annual Fundraiser This Weekend

Erie PA Motorcycle Accident Lawyer | The Travis Law Firm

The Travis Law Firm is proud to partner with the Injured Motorcycle Riders Foundation (IMRF), a local grassroots organization that helps injured motorcycle riders after a serious accident. That is why we are helping them announce their annual fundraiser “Get The Blues Out – 2015” happening this Saturday.

A Word About IMRF

The IMRF is a ground floor 501C3 non-profit organization founded by Steve Weston and Chris Green. Concerned with the rapidly rising amount of motorcycle accidents in Northwest Pennsylvania, we are embarking on a mission to help our injured brothers, sisters, and their families in any way that we can. We are hopeful that the ideas we have will allow us to raise the funds needed to help as many fellow riders as possible.

A Word About The Travis Law Firm – Erie PA Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

The Travis Law Firm will be providing free PA Motorcycle Guides at the IMRF fundraiser, as well as Erie Harley Davidson’s Bikefest and the annual Roar on The Shore event. Our motorcycle accident attorneys not only fight for injured riders’ rights, we help inform and educate riders before an untimely accident. We discuss loopholes in PA law that could adversely affect them, should they be unfortunate enough to suffer a serious injury in a motorcycle accident. Our law firm offers advice on insurance coverages, to be sure a biker is covered after an accident. We do these things because, as PA motorcycle accident lawyers, we see too many people taken advantage of by a big insurance company.

After An Injury, It’s You Against The Insurance Company

After any serious accident, it’s you against the insurance company. Without professional representation how are you going to get what you are entitled to? The Travis Law Firm offers a team of injury lawyers who will not back down from a fight with a big insurance company. Feel free to contact us today for a free confidential case evaluation about your rights if you have been injured anywhere in Pennsylvania.