Auto-bicycle accidents are nearly as catastrophic auto-pedestrian accidents. If a cyclist is lucky, he or she will have a helmet to protect them in an accident but that’s about it. That is not a lot of protection against a couple thousands pounds of automobile bearing down on you and the injuries from auto-bicycle accidents are proof. Broken bones, internal injuries, concussions, lost limbs, blood loss, and death can come to cyclists who have been hit by cars. But bicyclists can be injured in other ways too – from other bicyclists, pets on the loose, or erratic drivers.
The complexity of bicycle cases and the severity of injuries are just two factors that make bicycle accidents unique; they are not your typical personal injury cases. The legal system and insurance companies can be biased against cyclists, making it difficult for injured riders to obtain compensation for accidents that they did not cause but suffered from all the same.
We Handle Many Types Of Bicycle Accident Cases
No matter how bicycle accidents happen, the results are the same. You’re injured, possibly hospitalized, maybe unable to work, likely have a damaged or completely useless bicycle, and still have all your usual responsibilities to uphold and bills to pay.
This is where The Beregovich Law Firm can help. Our bicycle accident attorney can help you pursue compensation by negotiating with insurance companies or filing a personal injury lawsuit against those responsible for the accident.
We handle the following types of bicycle accident cases in Florida:
- Bicycle accident injuries.
- Wrongful death.
- Bicycle equipment defects.
- Accidents involving cars, pedestrians, other bicycles, trucks, or motorcycles.
- Road defects/unsafe biking conditions.
- Property damage claims.
- Insurance claims.
Get Help After Bicycle Accidents From The Beregovich Law Firm
If you have suffered due to a bicycle accident in Florid, contact The Beregovitch Law Firm at (800) 631-9009 or email us to arrange an immediate, no obligation, free consultation. We will examine the facts of your case and provide you with an explanation of your legal options so you can move forward with your life.