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Your Bicycle Accident Personal Injury Lawyer In Albany, Georgia,

Your Bicycle Accident Personal Injury Lawyer In Albany, Georgia,While car accidents remain more common in Albany and Georgia overall, bicycle accidents can be far more dangerous. Without the protection of an automobile around you, a crash at even half the speed can cause twice the damage.

The medical costs and time off of work that can follow a bicycle accident can be crippling, especially for families who are already having trouble making ends meet. Luckily, however, if you are injured in a bicycle crash, you are entitled to certain compensations and rights, which you can recover with the help of experienced personal injury attorneys like us.

You Have Been Injured In A Bicycle Accident, What Should You Do?

If you have been hit by a car while riding a bike or had a bicycle crash due to negligent road conditions or behavior by someone else, you might very well end up seriously injured.

The first thing to do, always, is to get medical attention quickly if you are hurt. Call an ambulance or emergency services, and check for serious injuries, get assistance from those around you if you cannot call yourself. Once your immediate medical needs are tended to, there are steps you can take to improve your chances of compensation in a successful bicycle injury claim later down the line.

  1. Gather witnesses or witness information for testimony: bicycle accidents are fast, dangerous, and far easier for people to miss than a car crash. Get the phone numbers or emails of everyone who saw the crash, especially, of course, of anyone who caused it. These could be crucial later in preparing your case and improving the results.
  2. Take pictures of the accident area and any injuries. Most of us have phones with cameras, and if you do not (or yours was damaged in the crash) try to get someone nearby to help. Take pictures of your injuries, your bicycle, the car which hit you (if you can), and any relevant road conditions, such as the presence or absence of a bike path, obstacles, or any object or detail that caused or contributed to your crash. Anything could be important, so leave out no details!
  3. Obtain insurance information from the individual or business which caused or contributed to your accident.
  4. Contact an experienced personal injury lawyer in your area immediately. You want someone close at hand who can get to the scene quickly, or meet you at the hospital to discuss your case and gather as much evidence and information as they can quickly.

If you are in or near Albany Georgia, Phillips & Nemajovsky, P.C. Attorneys at Law, have extensive personal injury experience, including handling bicycle crashes and injury lawsuits and claims.

What Can You Expect To Receive In Compensation After A Bicycle Accident?

First and foremost, your personal injury attorney’s objective will be to recover your medical costs. Ambulance transportation, hospital treatment, and medication can all be extraordinarily expensive, so getting those paid for is a priority.

Second, given the long-lasting and potentially crippling nature of bicycle accident injuries, your lawyers will do everything they can to obtain compensation for time lost from work or an inability to continue working the same job.

Finally, the emotional burdens, on you as well as your family, are not to be neglected, and you may be eligible to receive compensation for these and other non-economic damages as well.

If you believe you deserve compensation after a bicycle accident or have recently been injured in one, contact us, your experienced and specialized personal injury attorneys in Albany, Georgia, today, and do not delay.

What Is The Statute Of Limitations For A Bicycle Accident Lawsuit Or Personal Injury Claim?

In Georgia, you have two years after an accident to put forth a personal injury claim. This might seem like a long time, but the faster you act, the better your chances, especially considering the amount of evidence and information that needs to be gathered to bring forward a successful claim.

Phillips & Nemajovsky, P.C. Attorneys at Law

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