Bicycle Accident Lawyer
Bicycle Accident Lawyer
Safety first, not last. We all know this simple rule to be true, but for some reason careless drivers ignore it when it comes to watching out for bike riders.
And we understand how it is. Your life is moving along as usual and without warning, you get hit while riding your bicycle. You get hurt and your life gets turned upside down. And whether it’s a big injury or small one, one thing is for certain. Suddenly, you have this big thing to worry about.
Our bicycle accident lawyer can help answer the many questions swirling around you:
- Do I need a bicycle accident lawyer?
- What should I look for in hiring a bicycle accident lawyer?
- How much is hiring a bicycle accident lawyer going to cost?
- Who is going to help me get better?
- What happens if I miss work?
- Who is going to pay for my medical expenses?
- What amount of damages am I entitled to?
We understand what you’re going through and are here to help.
First, hiring a personal injury lawyer is a big deal. Not all are created equal. But the most important thing is getting to meet the bicycle accident lawyer who is going to handle your case. If you can’t get your bicycle accident attorney on the phone or feel like you’re getting the run around on the first call, how do you think the rest of the relationship is going to go?
At our first attorney-client meeting you’ll meet the bicycle accident attorney who will handle your bicycle accident case from start to finish. During that meeting you’ll get a full breakdown of what to expect and how our firm is going to help you. Getting the right information you need to hire the best bicycle accident lawyer for you can’t be found on a website. Nor can it be located at the other end of a 1-800 number. We believe it should come from a face-to-face meeting or phone interview.
The first thing your bicycle and car accident lawyer will do is investigate the case. We start looking for witnesses, getting statements, looking for videos and take all other steps needed to gather evidence.
The initial meeting with one of our personal injury attorneys is free. We work on a contingency fee which means we only collect a percentage of what we recover for you.
If you need help finding medical care, your personal injury lawyer can point you in the right direction by helping you find a medical provider suited for the injuries you suffered.
There are several different ways to help with your medical care cost. First, we look to your auto insurance policy and use your PIP (personal injury protection benefits). Believe it or not, your auto insurance policy or the auto insurance company of the person who caused the accident might provide you benefits.
It’s important to get medical care within 14 days of an accident. If you don’t you could risk losing up to $7,500 in medical benefits. Next, if you have health insurance we could use that to help pay for your care. Finally, we look to the person who caused your bike accident. Many different factors come into play when determining who and how your medical care costs will paid for.
But rest assured, our personal injury lawyer will fully advise you on this matter as we know how important it is.
The amount and kind of damages you may be entitled to depend on the facts of your case. In Florida, there are two different types of damages: economic damages and non-economic damages. Economic damages consist of past and future medical care costs and past and future lost wages. Non-economic damages consist of past and future pain, suffering, mental anguish, loss for the capacity to enjoy life and inconvenience.
If you or a family member has been injured while bicycling because someone was careless you should seek the advice of an experienced bicycle accident attorney as early as possible.
We have the experience and desire to provide legal representation that puts your interests first, protects your rights, and seeks to resolve the problems that come with being involved in a bike accident. If you or a loved one has been injured in a bicycle accident due to the negligent act of another, you should hire an attorney.
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We would be glad to meet you in person at our Tampa, St. Petersburg, New Port Richey, Wesley Chapel, Plant City or Riverview offices or at any location that is convenient for you.