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When you or a loved one has been hurt in a motorcycle accident because of someone else’s careless, negligent actions, you should choose a motorcycle accident injury lawyer who understands, firsthand, the dynamics of operating a motorcycle.
With close to 50 years representing injured riders and their families to his credit, Buss has the knowledge, experience, and resources to increase the likelihood of the best outcomes for his clients.
But there’s more to safeguarding the rights of injured motorcyclists and winning them the compensation to which they are entitled. It takes someone who understands being in the wind - someone who has personally felt the freedom that only riding a motorcycle offers.
Ralph has been riding motorcycles for as long as he can remember and he understands the unique needs of those who have been injured on one. No two motorcycle accidents are the same, and Buss - an Ohio personal injury lawyer who concentrates most of his practice on motorcycle injury cases - has handled hundreds of them.
He’s been in the hospital, himself. He knows what it’s like to recover from an injury. He knows how vulnerable we all are out on the road and he’s helped plenty of riders. Buss has represented doctors, lawyers, and judges. And he’s associated with a nationwide network of attorneys who can help protect riders’ rights and fight to win the best outcome possible when a ride goes wrong.
His decades of membership in numerous motorcycle clubs and bikers’ advocacy organizations, along with the deep-rooted bonds he has formed throughout, give him the kind of insight and recognition that not just any personal injury lawyer can claim. Just click on the photo on this page to see his credentials, for yourself.