Bicycle Accident

Mar 29 2023

Bicycle Accidents Can be Complicated

In any type of accident, there are a number of factors that need to be investigated and considered when determining who’s at fault and who should pay for damages. Bicycle accidents, however, have some added layers of complications that a victim might not be aware of. That’s why after you have received medical care for… Read More

Bicycle Accident

Feb 9 2023

Have You Been Injured in a Bike Accident?

Here in California, biking has lots to recommend it. Many people in the Sacramento area bike to work—saving gas, helping the environment, and getting good exercise to boot. In fact, our city has been ranked in the top 10 cities for bike commuting. It’s also a wonderful recreational activity for the whole family that really… Read More

Bicycle Accident

Sep 22 2022

Dealing with Comparative Negligence in Bicycle Accident

While you may think that the car’s driver should be blamed for an accident involving a bicyclist due to their sheer comparative size, such is not always the case. At , we know that in most bicycle accident cases, the bicyclist suffers the greatest injuries. Ranging from road rash to broken bones to concussions and… Read More

Bicycle Accident

Aug 2 2022

6 Common Causes of Bike Accidents

Bike accidents are more common during the summer months because more bicyclists are on the road. In 2016 California reported 147 pedal cyclist fatalities—the highest number of any state in the country. Vigilance on the part of drivers and bikers being as visible as possible is the key to helping prevent car/bicycle accidents. Knowing the rules… Read More

Bicycle Accident

Jun 1 2022

Protect Your Child from Bicycle Accidents

School will soon be out for the summer, which means more youngsters and teens taking their bikes on the road. Unfortunately, CA consistently has some of the highest numbers of bicycle accidents and fatalities. Keep your child safe while biking this summer with these tips: Studies show most biking accidents take place in urban areas.… Read More

Bicycle Accident

Apr 20 2022

Does Your Car Insurance Cover You in a Bicycle Accident?

If you’ve been injured in a bike vs. car accident you may be surprised to learn that your car insurance may cover some of your expenses. What’s available to you will depend on the type and amount of insurance that you carry. Uninsured and Underinsured Drivers Studies show that approximately 15% of all California drivers… Read More

Bicycle Accident

Mar 16 2022

Bicycle Injuries on the Rise

The dramatic rise in gasoline prices has even more people riding their bikes to work as well as for recreation. Bicycle accidents continue to increase and unfortunately, the state of California has the highest rate of bicycle accident fatalities with over 140 each year. Most Common Causes of Bike Accidents Despite many urban and suburban… Read More

Bicycle Accident

Feb 7 2022

Myths About Hiring an Attorney for a Bicycle Accident

Bicycling in California is very popular both to enjoy the outdoors and for the practical purposes of commuting. With New Year’s Resolutions in full swing, many more people are considering the fitness benefits biking offers as well. But along with increasing numbers of bicyclists comes an increasing number of accidents. California has now hit a… Read More

Do’s and Don’ts for Preventing Bike Accidents

In 2019 there were 846 bicyclists who died in traffic accidents according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Many of these crashes could have been avoided if both drivers and cyclists obeyed traffic laws and were diligent about watching out for one another. Below are some do’s and don’ts for preventing bike accidents:… Read More

School’s Open: Tips for Motorists

It’s back to school time and just as children are preparing for a new morning routine, drivers commuting to work need to adjust as well. The Automobile Association of America’s (AAA) annual campaign, “School’s Open – Drive Carefully” offers the following tips for drivers to protect children traveling to and from school: Build extra time… Read More