Meen Motorsports has announced its partnership with RiderzLaw, the top-rated motorcycle accident law firm in California, for the 2017 MotoAmerica season, according to a release issued by the team.

RiderzLaw has a dedicated team of lawyers who are experts in helping victims of serious motorcycle accidents. The RiderzLaw attorneys have won numerous, multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of their clients and have been featured on national television programs like 20/20 and Good Morning America. The RiderzLaw founding partners, Sy Nazif and Rob Marcereau, are not only accomplished lawyers, but are avid riders themselves. They are actively involved in the motorcycle community and sponsor both amateur and professional racing.

Josh Herrin and the Meen Motorsports team have added a new sponsor, RiderzLaw.

“We’re proud to expand our support of motorcycle racing by partnering with Meen Motorsports for the 2017 season. We’re looking forward to cheering on Josh Herrin in his bid for the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship,” says Sy Nazif, RiderzLaw co-founder.

“Being in the industry for many years, I know how hard it can be when you find yourself a victim of a motorcycle accident. Thus, I am really excited about this new partnership with RiderzLaw. I am honored to have such a high caliber team of attorneys that are dedicated to motorcycle riders’ rights come aboard to support Meen Motorsports this season,” said team owner Ameen Sajjadi.

The RiderzLaw motorcycle accident lawyers have won over $100 million for their clients over their careers. For more information on how to contact RiderzLaw, please visit or call 1-888-5-RIDERZ. Follow RiderzLaw on Instagram, @riderzlaw.


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Sy Nazif was born in Pittsburgh, PA. Shortly after high school, he attended the American Motorcycle Institute in Daytona Beach, becoming a Certified Motorcycle Mechanic. A few years later, Sy returned to school to earn his bachelors degree, then moved headed west to California. There, Sy got his law degree from the University of California, Hastings in San Francisco, one of the nation’s best law schools. Since law school. Sy has worked for Aid to Injured Motorcyclists (AIM), the National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM), the Coalition of Independent Riders (COIR), and the Confederation of Clubs (COC). Sy founded RiderzLaw in 2009, and began RiderzBlog in 2016.

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