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Denver Bicycle Accident Attorney FAQ

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 726 bicyclists were killed in crashes with motor vehicles in 2012- that’s almost two people every day in the United States. An additional 49,000 cyclists were injured. Obviously, there are risks associated with riding a bicycle, and riders should take every precaution to keep themselves safe. Wearing a helmet, regardless of age or skill level is the number one way to protect yourself in the event of an accident. Sometimes, however, despite the best of intentions, bicyclists are involved in an accident. Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about bicycle accidents:

Q: I’ve just been in a bicycle accident. What can I do?
A: Stay calm and take stock of the situation. Do you have any injuries, serious or otherwise? Even though you appear to be uninjured, that may not be the case. Remain still and wait to be examined by the EMTs. Definitely do no ride away! The time it will take to deal with things properly could be worth it.

Q: Is it possible to sue the driver of a car that hits me while I’m riding my bicycle?
A: If the driver was at fault, yes, you can make a claim for your injuries. You can still make a recovery for your injuries if you are partially to blame, however, they will be reduced by your percentage of fault.

Q: Should I hire an attorney for my bicycle accident case?
A: Yes, an experienced personal injury attorney can protect your rights and make sure you are not taken advantage of by the insurance companies. Your attorney will conduct a thorough investigation and document your injuries while coordinating with the insurance companies to get you the greatest possible recovery.

Q: Are there time limits to file a lawsuit?
A: Certain Statute of Limitations may apply, and can vary, depending on the circumstances of your case. It is important to consult with a personal injury attorney who is knowledgeable about these types of cases as soon as possible.

Q: What kinds of damages can I recover in a bicycle accident case?
A: Bicycle accident victims are eligible to recover the cost of medical expenses and lost earnings, among other costs. If the accident results in the death of a loved one, the family may recover for pain and suffering of the family member before his death in addition to loss of love, affection, and emotional support, and in some cases, loss of economic support.

Contact Denver Bicycle Accident Attorneys

Denver Bicycle Accident Lawyers, Fuicelli & LeeIf you have been injured in a bicycle accident or someone you love was killed, it is important to know that you are not alone. Contact the Denver personal injury law firm of Fuicelli & Lee, PC, for a free case evaluation. You pay nothing unless you receive a financial settlement or award. Call our office at 303-355-7202 or fill out our confidential contact form on our website.


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