Reliable Representation For Bicycle Collision Injury Victims
Bicycle riders have specific rights under Pennsylvania law, and it is the responsibility of every motorist to be aware of and to recognize them. Despite the development of dedicated bicycle lanes in many communities across eastern and central Pennsylvania, collisions between bicycle riders and motorists continue to occur at an alarming rate.
When these collisions lead to serious injuries, victims have the right to seek full and fair compensation from the negligent drivers. These cases can be quite difficult to resolve, and the help of an experienced Chester County personal injury attorney can help to ensure that you receive the compensation necessary to accommodate all your needs.
Committed To Obtaining The Best Available Outcome For You
At the law firm of Graham & Mauer, P.C., we have a substantial background resolving a variety of bike collision claims. We understand bicycle riders’ rights, and we know how to present a compelling case for damages when those rights are violated. If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed by a negligent driver, we will pursue every available option in an effort to recover maximum compensation on your behalf.
Perhaps the most important part of a bike collision claim is understanding the full extent of your injuries. Broken bones and lacerations are readily identifiable, but head trauma, spinal cord damage and other injuries can be much less apparent. We take the time to understand the extent of your injuries before we will discuss any settlement offer. It is our commitment to seek a settlement that considers all of your current and future needs.
Contact Us To Discuss Your Bike Collision Claim With A Lawyer
We understand the types of injuries that can happen in Pennsylvania bicycle collisions, and we know how to pursue the compensation you will need to recover. Contact one of our offices in Harrisburg or Valley Forge to schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney. You can reach us at 610-933-3333 or via email to arrange an appointment. An attorney will answer the phone when you call.