Injured in a Bike Accident in Tucson? Talk to Tucson Bicycle Accident Attorneys Today!
An estimated 494,000 bike-related injury emergency room visits occurred 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 an unfortunate bicycle accident or been the victim of a wrongful death in Tucson, contact Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys. We will fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve to cover medical bills, lost wages and other expenses or damages. Don’t wait, contact us today to get the maximum settlement you may be entitled to!
Our Lawyers are Available for You Anytime!
Bike accidents or any accident for that matter can happen in the blink of an eye. That is why our experienced legal team and bicycle accident attorneys can be reached at any time day or night through our online live chat feature or via phone. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at anytime!
Our attorneys will:
- Listen to and treat you with the utmost respect
- See to it that you do not pay any fees unless you receive fair compensation
- Provide you with timely answers to any questions you may have
Let us prove to you how our law firm differs from others in the quality of service and dedication that we proudly offer. Just make one call to 520-977-1900 to speak with us directly, click on the live chat button or submit an online form now to schedule a free consultation.
How to Prevent Bicycle Accidents
There are many factors that contribute to bicycle accident injuries in Tucson, including extreme weather conditions, being under the influence of drugs or alcohol, motorists or bicyclists failing to yield and distracted drivers. We want you to be prepared!
Reduce your chances of severe injuries in a bike accident by following a few basic road rules:
- Wear a helmet and any other necessary protective gear.
- Wear bright and reflective clothing when riding at night.
- Use caution when changing lanes and ride defensively.
- Ride on the right side of the road with the flow of traffic.
- Use bike lanes when provided.
- Ride at a comfortable speed and pay attention to speed limits.
- Watch out for open car doors when riding through parking lots or near parallel parked cars.
- Be aware of your surroundings and any pedestrians that may be in your path.
- Also, use proper hand signals to let motorists know what you intend to do