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I was involved in a Wisconsin motorcycle accident, but I don't have a motorcycle license. Can I still recover damages?

Frequently Asked Question Video for Wisconsin Personal Injury

If you don’t have a motorcycle license and are involved in a motorcycle accident, you can still recover damages if the other driver was at fault. The failure to have a driver’s license is not negligent conduct. The failure to maintain proper control of your vehicle or to yield the right of way, those is negligent. However failure to have a license may lead to a separate ticket.

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