RiderzLaw Announces Sponsorship of Jackson Blackmon at the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp

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RiderzLaw Announces Sponsorship of Jackson Blackmon at the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp

RiderzLaw, the law firm based in California specialized in motorcyclist rights, has announced that sponsored rider Jackson Blackmon will take a trip to Italy for the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp. Blackmon is a rider out of Rock Hill, South Carolina and a member of the RiderzLaw Racing team for the 2018 season.

The Yamaha VR46 Master Camp is a partnership with Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Valentino Rossi and his VR46 Riders Academy that will take place at Rossi's Motor Ranch in Tavullia, Italy. The master camp will begin on Friday, July 27 and conclude on Tuesday, July 31.

"The Yamaha VR46 Master Camp has already proved to be a great program for young riders to develop skill and come together for training on an international level," said Marketing Manager, Fabin Morales. "We are proud to align with Jackson Blackmon as he embarks on this journey and to provide support in any way we can. It's critical for us that we not only protect riders when something unfortunate happens, but to also promote training and positive opportunities for riders."

Known as the agressive motorcycle lawyers who actually ride, RiderzLaw attorney and founder Sy Nazif rides nearly every day. Maintaining connectivity with the athletes and individuals who ride is crucial to understanding what their needs are and promoting safe riding practices in the sport. The RiderzLaw lawyers are seasoned bikers, certified motorcycle mechanics and avid supporters of motorcycle safety that want to have a part in the growth of young riders.

Blackmon, 16 years old, was one of only two riders chosen from the United States to participate in this rare opportunity, with participants ranging from 12 countries. Yamaha individually selects and presents its riders to participate in this master camp, there is currently no application process to be selected.

Blackmon currently rides a Graves Yamaha R3 and has won several awards in his career including the fourth overall MotoAmerica KTM Cup in 2017, the first-place champion Yamaha R3 Cup in 2016 and the Youth Road Racer of the Year Award in 2015 by AMA.

Participants of the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp will receive training from professional trainers, VR46 Riders Academy staff to improve their bike control, riding skills and technical knowledge.

For more information on RiderzLaw and its involvement with rider Jackson Blackmon, visit http://www.riderzlaw.com.

About RiderzLaw: RiderzLaw LLC is a premier motorcycle law firm in California operated by attorneys Rob Marcereau and Sy Nazif that is dedicated to protecting motorcyclist's rights. RiderzLaw is a law firm, not an attorney referral network, that ensures personal service from the motorcycle lawyer hired. The RiderzLaw experience, expertise, personal commitment to its clients and consistent results set them apart from other lawyers in this industry. When represented by RiderzLaw, clients can count on attorneys working to negotiate insurance and medical bills even after the case is over. RiderzLaw has been recognized as California "SuperLawyers", voted "Top 40 under 40" by Metro Magazine, 2010 Lifetime Members of Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Featured in the Los Angeles Times and the 2009 Cover Story in The Daily Journal – the largest legal publication in California. For more on RiderzLaw, LLC visit http://www.riderzlaw.com.

Media Contact: Fabian Morales, Riderz Law, 951-491-4287, fabian@riderzlaw.com

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