Bicycle Accidents in Ostego County

Oneonta Personal Injury Attorneys

Are you a bicyclist that has been hurt due to the actions of a motorist? If so, then we are ready to hear from you at Scarzafava & Basdekis. Motor vehicle impacts with bicycles put bicyclists at enormous risk of grievous and even life-threatening injury. When these collisions are due to irresponsibility on the motorist's part, then that negligence needs to be accounted for under the law.

Start exploring your options with a dedicated Oneonta personal injury lawyer by your side. Contact us today.

When Driver Negligence Harms Bicyclists

In communities all over the U.S., bicycles are being integrated into the regular flow of motor vehicle traffic. While bicycling offers a healthy and environmentally-friendly mode transportation for countless travelers, these bicyclists face considerable more danger on the road than other motorists if an accident occurs.

Common examples of motorist negligence in bicycle accidents include:

  • Failing to properly signal
  • Drifting into bicycle lanes (or road shoulders)
  • Failing to properly heed traffic signage/lights
  • Failure to properly look for bicycles at intersections
  • Drunk, drugged, or fatigued driving
  • Speeding

Because bicyclists do not have the advantage of cabin safety features, serious and even catastrophic injuries can occur when these collisions happen. At our firm, we are all too familiar with the immense burdens placed on catastrophic injury victims and know how to make the gravity of those burdens plain both in and out of the courtroom. From the first phase of your medical treatment to any post-settlement issue, our dedicated team is ready to guide you through this process and ensure that maximum compensation is aggressively pursued.

It can be possible to recover the relief you need to move on from this difficult time. Contact us today to schedule a free, initial case evaluation.

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