Posted on Thursday, September 21st, 2023 at 12:06 pm
If you’ve been involved in a bicycle accident, you have a lot on your plate. Recovering from injuries, medical bills, and potentially lost wages are just a few of the stresses you may be dealing with. You are most likely eligible for damages from insurance and other sources, especially if negligence on the part of a driver was to blame for the accident. However, pursuing the compensation you’re entitled to in a bicycle accident is not straightforward. Below are some potential complications:
- If your accident involved a negligent driver, an automobile insurance policy may provide compensation for some of your injuries.
- In some instances, a homeowner or renters policy may cover some damages.
- If a motorist is uninsured, there are still avenues to pursue compensation.
- When insurance settlement offers do not cover your current and future losses resulting from an accident, taking the negligent party to court may be necessary.
Why Hire a Sacramento Bicycle Attorney
As you can see, many factors can play a role in your accident case, as well as several sources where you may seek compensation for your losses. Our expert attorneys have experience with this type of case and have helped many clients in your situation recover the damages they are rightfully entitled to. It costs nothing to meet with us for a consultation. A lawyer will evaluate your case, explain your rights to you, and lay out what we believe is the best course of action for your unique situation. An attorney can help navigate the tricky waters of dealing with claims and insurance adjusters and will be your advocate, the only person concerned with your interests alone. We can help you negotiate a fair settlement or take your case to trial if necessary.
Have you or a loved one been a victim of a bicycle incident? If so, Tiemann Law Firm can help. Our experienced personal injury attorneys will fight for the compensation you deserve. Contact us today for a free, same-day consultation by calling (916) 999-9000 or toll-free: (800) 712-2000.