Get The Legal Help You Need After A Bicycle Accident
In many cases, bicyclists may face an unfair bias after getting into an accident. Many motorists fail to see bicyclists or they don’t give them enough space as they should. Despite the fact that bicyclists have the same rights as drivers, it can be hard for bicyclists to receive fair compensation after being injured in an accident. For this reason, it is absolutely critical to have lawyers on your side who know how to prepare a strong case that accounts for all of your damages.
We are the injury lawyers of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP. With an office in Wilmington, our law firm is known across Delaware and beyond for providing the highest caliber of legal representation. We take on all types of motor vehicle collisions, including crashes involving bicycles and cars. You can rely on us to take all appropriate measures to recover full and fair compensation after an accident.
Going The Extra Mile To Find Out What Happened
Proving that the other party was at fault is a key aspect of every case. As said above, bicyclists are sometimes at a disadvantage in a personal injury case. We will work tirelessly to overcome these disadvantages. Our attorneys will listen to your side of the story to understand what happened and how the accident occurred. We will test your statement against what’s in the police report as well as review eyewitness accounts and collect any evidence from the scene of the accident. This will help us determine the best course of action in your case.
At the same time, we will be working to prove your damages. We will work with your medical providers and others as necessary to prove your medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering and other damages. We have the experience, resources and knowledge you need to make a difference after a bicycle accident.
Get In Touch Today
It costs nothing to speak to us, and you don’t pay attorneys’ fees unless we win. After a bicycle accident, call 302-298-0370 or complete our online contact form to get started.