-Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
- Rubenstein Law
Riders lookout for other riders. As motorcycle enthusiasts ourselves, Rubenstein Law knows the joy and freedom of being on the open road. But, we also understand the frustrations that riders face. You deserve better than empty promises and scare tactics. Instead, we are a team of experienced lawyers – driven by the same passions.
Whether you have legal questions, need a point in the right direction, or fierce representation – the road isn’t as long with the right company.
We can never be accused of garage rot from sitting in some fancy office.
Since 1988 – Rubenstein Law has been a staple in Florida’s tight-knit motorcycle community. We partner with local bike shops and associations, & constantly work to promote motorcycle safety, foster motorcycle awareness, and grow a strong community of fellow riders.
We’re honored to be members and supporters of several motorcycle groups in Florida and across the county.
We share your values. That’s why we ride two abreast and proudly support our friends and the causes they care about.
Please be sure to confirm the status of an event before making plans to attend.
"Rubenstein law has been serving our community since 1988 and is recognized across the state for their personal injury practice handling all types of injury and accident claims but also giving back to their community in so many ways - from supporting cancer rides to now supporting our mission of taking our nations Combat Wounded/Disabled veterans 'From Front Lines to Tight Lines!' Thank you so much for believing in us!"
– Ozzie Martinez, Jr., Operation WetVet
Ed & Cindy working the booth at BiketoberFest® 2019 at Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona.
Ms. Roo checking out the parade of bikes at BTR’s Charlotte’s Webb Mardi Gras party in Wauchula, FL. She loves to ride with her parents!
Rubenstein Law’s bike, #LadyJustice making friends at Daytona Bike Week 2020.
Sugar4Kids Holiday Toy Event in S. Florida Started in 2016 – we’ve participated since the inception.
We help riders because that’s who and what we care about. And the best way to stay safe is by wearing ATGATT, meaning All The Gear, All The Time.
A Florida motorcycle license requires a vision, hearing, and knowledge test. To pass, you must answer at least 40 multiple-choice questions correctly. Some of the questions include:
Rising slightly off the seat helps riders absorb shock when riding over obstacles.
When riders are approaching a stop sign, they should downshift through the gears .
If your motorcycle starts to wobble, DO NOT accelerate out of the wobble.
The safest braking method on a motorcycle is using the rear brake only.
Riders should travel in a T-formation when approaching turns or curves.
Here are some helpful resources and answers to many common questions.