Were You Just Involved in a Bicycle Accident?
Don't worry, you're not alone.
You May Have a Lot of Questions & Concerns
Who is at fault in this bicycle accident?
What if my insurance says they won't cover it?
Is this case worth the battle in court?
First Steps: What to Do After a Bicycle Accident
1. Get Information
Record as much information as possible. Get names, driver's licenses, and insurance information of everyone involved. Note other details that you may forget later, such as time, streets, and models of the vehicles and bikes involved.
2. Take Photos
Photos will help you a lot in court cases. Make sure you take photographs of the accident scene, of the road and surrounding conditions, and closeups of both the vehicle and the bike. Details in each photo can be used to help build a strong case.
Bicycle Accident Cases in Court
How Long Will It Take?
Typical bicycle cases can last 3-4 months, but can extend as long as 6 months.
How Much Will It Cost?
We only get paid a portion of the settlement that you win, so there's no out-of-pocket costs for you.
Is It Worth It To Go To Court?
If there's an accident, the case is worth pursuing, and in most situations an attorney can help.