What to Do After a Bike Accident?

If an accident occurs, ensure your safety first. Once safe, call 911. Exchange contact and insurance information with the party involved and take pictures of the accident scene and vehicle, if possible. Remember not to admit fault or apologize.

When authorities arrive, narrate what happened and get medical attention immediately.

Common Bike Accident Injuries

Injuries from bike accidents can range from minor to severe, including bone fractures, dislocations, road rash, dental/oral injuries, internal organ damage, traumatic brain injuries, or worse. If someone else is at fault for your bike accident, you might be entitled to compensation, and we are here to help you get it.

Causes of Bike Accidents

Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicates that drivers’ failure to yield the right of way is a leading factor in fatal bike accidents. However, others like pedestrians, runners, or negligent cyclists could also be responsible. Road conditions could also play a part.

Once you commit to our services, we will investigate your case extensively to ascertain the facts and to strategize on getting you the maximum compensation.

Bike Accident Compensation

Bike accidents can lead to considerable medical expenses, including emergency care, rehabilitation, therapy, surgery, and hospital stays. We can assist you in getting compensation for all medical care, both immediate and ongoing.

If your injury affects your work, we can help you recover compensation for lost wages and lost earning capacity.

Bike accidents can lead to substantial pain, suffering, and emotional distress. Our aggressive representation ensures you get the compensation you deserve for your suffering.

How We Prove Your Case

Bike accidents are a form of personal injury claim. We need to prove that the other party was negligent, leading to your bike accident and resultant damages.