Injured in a Bicycle Accident in Arizona? Make One Call to Lerner and Rowe!
There were an estimated 494,000 bicycle-related injury emergency room visits in the United States in 2013. These injuries ranged from minor to catastrophic and included:
- Cuts, road rashes and bruises
- Broken or fractured bone injuries
- Organ damage
- Spinal cord injuries
- Neck injuries
- Paralysis injuries
- Brain injuries
If you or a loved one has been injured in a life-altering bicycle accident in Arizona, or tragic wrongful death accident, contact Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys. We will fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve to cover medical appointments, lost wages and other expenses and damages. Call 602-977-1900 or fill out the online form today to schedule a free initial consultation.
Contact Our Arizona Bicycle Accident Lawyers 24 / 7!
We know that bicycle accidents don’t always happen Monday – Friday, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. That is why our experienced legal team and bicycle accident attorneys can be reached 24 / 7 through our online live chat feature or via phone.
Once you contact our personal injury law firm, you can except to:
- Be listened to and treated with respect and compassion.
- Not have to pay any fees unless we win compensation for you.
- Receive timely answers to questions concerning your bicycle accident claim.
Please let us prove to you how our law firm differs than others in the quality of service and dedication we offer. Just make one 602-977-1900 to speak with us directly or click on the live chat button or submit an online form now.
What Causes Bicycle Accidents in Arizona?
There are many factors that contribute to bicycle accident injuries in Arizona, including extreme weather conditions, being under the influence of drugs or alcohol, motorists or bicyclists failing to yield and distracted motorists or cyclists.
You and your loved one may reduce your chances of being severely hurt in a bicycle injury by following a few basic road rules:
- Wear a helmet to protect your head.
- Wear bright and reflective clothing.
- Ride on the right side of the road with the flow of traffic.
- Use proper hand signals to let motorists know what you intend to do.
- Use caution when changing lanes and ride defensively.
- Watch out for open car doors when riding through parking lots or near parallel parked cars.