Any collision between a vehicle and a bicycle can result in significant injuries to the bicyclist.
You have the right to talk to a bicycle accident lawyer if a reckless driver struck you while you were riding your bicycle. A lawyer with Ben Crump Law, PLLC may help you recover compensation and justice from the at-fault party.
For your free, no-obligation case evaluation, Call Ben Crump Law, PLLC at (844) 638-1822.
The Benefits of Having a Bicycle Accident Lawyer
After sustaining injuries in a bicycle accident involving a vehicle, bicyclists have the right to file a claim with the motorist’s car insurance. Some people choose to approach the legal process without help from an attorney and eventually run up against Florida’s complicated set of liability and negligence statutes all on their own.
Having a bicycle accident lawyer serving Miami Beach may help you navigate this complicated legal process. For example, if the insurance company denies your claim and you choose to go to court alone, you will face lawyers from the other side. Having a lawyer of your own may help to prove liability and negligence on the part of the driver who struck you.
You should also consider your physical and emotional well-being. If you suffered extensive injuries, you need time to rest and heal.
The lawyers with Ben Crump Law, PLLC have served clients filing for personal injury cases including:
- Drunk driving accidents.
- Drowsy driving accidents.
- Distracted driving accidents.
- Defective products.
- Hit and run accidents.
We invite you to browse our practice areas to learn more about our lawyers and how we may help you with your case.
For a free legal consultation with a bicycle accidents lawyer, call (844) 638-1822
Potential Awards After a Bicycle Accident
Most bicycle accidents result in both bodily injury and property damage. A lawyer with Ben Crump Law, PLLC may help to recover both kinds of losses.
We focus on getting you the compensation you deserve. A reckless driver should compensate you for your losses. In some cases, pursuing compensation provides an effective way to prevent the driver from continuing negligent behavior.
Some economic and noneconomic losses associated with a bicycle accident include:
- Ambulance and emergency room services.
- Medical tests.
- Rehabilitation and therapy.
- Prescription medicine.
- Property damage.
- Lost wages.
- Other related out-of-pocket costs.
- Pain and suffering.
Sometimes a bicycle accident victim must change jobs or even stop working if he or she becomes disabled. In these cases, our lawyers may also pursue compensation for:
- Chronic care expenses.
- Lifecare costs.
- Loss of consortium or companionship.
- Diminished quality of life.
Our bicycle accident lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. You pay nothing up front, and we do not collect fees unless we successfully recover compensation for you.
If you suffered injuries because of a reckless driver, you have a right to seek legal representation. Call Ben Crump Law, PLLC at (844) 638-1822 for a free case evaluation.
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The Process of Recovering Compensation After a Bicycle Accident
Florida’s bicycle regulations state that bicyclists must follow the same rules of the road as motorized vehicles. This also means that motorists must give bicycle riders the same consideration as any other vehicle.
Unfortunately, some drivers in Miami Beach act negligently when it comes to bicyclists. If a bicycle accident lawyer can prove that your injuries and damages resulted from negligence, you may collect compensation from the at-fault party.
Ben Crump Law, PLLC treats our clients with the care and attention to detail that each individual case deserves so that you may recover compensation and justice. Let us ease the burden of pursuing compensation while you focus on resting and recovering from your injuries.
Uncovering Evidence of Negligence
Bicycle accidents contain valuable evidence that can establish negligence.
This evidence may include:
- Photos of the accident scene and your damaged bicycle.
- Photos, medical tests, and an overview of your injuries.
- Witness statements.
- Police and accident reports.
- Defendant’s vehicular driving history including past accidents or violations.
- Defendant’s blood alcohol test results if applicable.
- Closed-circuit traffic or security camera footage.
You can help collect evidence by telling your lawyer what you remember before, during, and after the accident.
Establishing Negligence with Evidence
Using this evidence, a lawyer with Ben Crump Law, PLLC may show:
- The other party owed you a duty of care to take reasonable measures that could have prevented the accident.
- The other party failed to uphold this duty in some manner.
- This negligence caused your injuries.
- Your injuries resulted in losses such as medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other losses.
You, the plaintiff and injured party, must show how the other party (the defendant) caused your injuries and losses. Call our firm at (844) 638-1822 for a free case evaluation to see how a bicycle accident lawyer serving Miami Beach may help your case.
We Can Manage Your Insurance Claim
A lawyer with Ben Crump Law, PLLC may work with the insurance adjuster on your behalf, helping with tasks such as:
- Gathering all bills and expenses.
- Securing a statement from your doctor about the extent of your injuries and how they may affect you long-term.
- Compiling evidence and documentation that shows how the defendant is negligent.
- Sending a detailed claim to the insurance adjuster.
- Negotiating a fair settlement to maximize potential awards.
Bicycle accident cases can be resolved outside of court, but if we cannot reach an acceptable settlement with the defendant’s insurance carrier, we may take your case to trial to seek the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
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You have limited time to seek compensation for your injuries and the expenses associated with them. Florida has a four-year statute of limitations on personal injury lawsuits.
For a free case evaluation, call Ben Crump Law, PLLC at (844) 638-1822.