In Philadelphia, nearly 11,000 people ride bicycles on a daily basis. With the increased number of bicycles on the road, we have unfortunately seen an increased number of bicycle accidents. Each year, the United States sees 1,000 cyclists killed in collisions with automobiles and an additional 52,000 more sustain injuries. Since bicycles do not offer nearly the same type of protection as automobiles, bike accidents have a greater likelihood of creating catastrophic injuries including broken bones, brain injuries, and death.
Bicycle riders have the same rights and duties as automobile drivers.
If you are in a bicycle accident through the negligent, inattentive, or intoxicated actions of someone else, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our bike accident attorneys today and we’ll fully evaluate liability and fault. Use our trusted team to ensure that you are properly compensated for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
Finally, an Affordable Lawyer!
OnlyWhenYouWin is a uniquely affordable law firm, no matter what your personal finances look like. That’s because until you win money from your judgment or settlement, our fee is $0. You will never pay court filing fees, expert fees, or billable hours with us. We get paid only when you do.
Fill out the form below to receive your free and confidential case evaluation.
or Call (215) 422-3656
In the media and in movies, the legal concept of “proof beyond a reasonable doubt” is thrown around so freely that the general population often gets confused with the standard of proof required for civil cases (i.e. Lawsuits.) In fact, you may be surprised to learn that the legal concept of “proof beyond a reasonable...
Medical malpractice claims arise when a healthcare provider commits medical negligence by act or omission, and this negligence causes the patient injury or death. In medical malpractices cases, which includes, among other areas, birth injury, misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, and medical errors, the process generally involves the following issues and steps: Filing suit before the...
In the media and in movies, the legal concept of “proof beyond a reasonable doubt” is thrown around so freely that the general population often gets confused with the standard