What You Should Know About a Bicycle Accident

What You Should Know About a Bicycle Accident

Have you or a loved one been injured while riding your bike? Learn what you should know about a bicycle accident here. Contact our Arizona attorneys today.

1) Bicycle Accident Attorney Fees

What You Should Know About a Bicycle AccidentIf you’ve been involved in a bicycle crash in the state of Arizona, you probably have a lot of questions. One of them may be about how affordable an attorney is for your case. The good news for you is if you hire us, there is no fee upfront. As we progress through the case, we’re covering all of the costs, whether we settle it at a settlement stage, go to litigation, or all the way through a trial. You don’t pay anything until we get a fair resolution of your claim.

2) Mistakes to Avoid After a Bicycle Accident

In handling a lot of bicycle crashes, we see people make similar mistakes on a regular basis. Some of those mistakes include giving a recorded statement to the other party insurance company. We see people that don’t go to the doctor and get the medical treatment they need. We see people that don’t follow their doctor’s recommendations once they’ve been to the doctor. They don’t do everything the doctor asks them to do to get better. One of the issues that we see is they don’t hire an attorney in a timely fashion. They let some of this evidence get away from them before they hire an attorney. It is hard to get that information later.

We see people that hire the wrong attorneys. It’s so important to hire the right attorney, somebody who’s handled bicycle crashes successfully, somebody who deals with that on a regular basis, and somebody who’s a trial lawyer that can take the case as far as it needs to go to get a fair resolution for your case.

3) Bicycle Accident Recorded Statement

If you’ve been injured in a bicycle crash in the state of Arizona, you’ll get a call from an insurance adjuster wanting to take a recorded statement. I’m asked all the time if somebody has to give that recorded statement. I generally recommend that you not give a recorded statement to an insurance company until you’ve had the opportunity to talk to or meet with an attorney. The insurance adjusters are trained to get information and get answers that help their case while hurting yours. For that reason, I recommend that you not give the statement.


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