Learn Your Rights After You Are Injured in a Bike Accident

Bicycle Accidents Can Be Severe, Protect Yourself Before… and After

When you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a bicycle accident caused by another driver or premises hazards, you may want to talk with our experienced Lancaster bike accident lawyers about pursuing maximum compensation for your injuries as soon as possible.

There is no better day than when you are flying down the road on your bike, enjoying the air on your face and the satisfying feeling of powering up a tough hill. Sadly, careless, negligent, or aggressive drivers or dangerous roadways and properties can end that joy in a blink. As drivers, we know that cyclists are often at risk of being hit by a car or truck while sharing the road. We encourage all riders, children, and adults, to wear bicycle helmets, learn the signals for the road, and wear reflective clothing. Mirrors on your bike can also be helpful. If you are cycling at dusk or at night, be sure to have the appropriate lights on your bike so that drivers can see you. Choose your course wisely if you are riding for recreation. If you ride your bike to work, choose the safest route possible to avoid traffic. Be extra cautious when at intersections because distracted or intoxicated, even new drivers, are not always watching the crosswalk ahead as they navigate a turn.

We encourage cyclists who have been injured in an accident caused by someone else to reach out to our legal team and talk with our personal injury attorneys at no cost. Our accident attorneys never pressure people, treat you with respect and compassion, and charge nothing to consult with our experienced attorneys. You’ll get our full attention and quick response throughout your case and pay no fee unless we recover money for you. Call Chad Rankin or Bill Gregory at 717.656.5000 as soon after your accident as possible to ensure your best settlement.

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