Bicycle Accidents

Drivers Don't Want To Share The Road

Our roads are getting more and more crowded. People who commute by bicycle or ride bikes for recreation and exercise are at increased risk from distracted drivers or motor vehicle drivers who simply don't want to share the road. Police in communities throughout northwest Georgia and southeastern Tennessee report an increasing amount of hostility toward bikers and pedestrians.

If you or a member of your family has been struck by a motor vehicle while riding your bike, arrange a free case evaluation with a personal injury trial attorney at McCamy, Phillips, Tuggle & Fordham, LLP.

The injured biker may be able to pursue compensation from his or her own insurance policy if the car driver cannot be found or did not carry sufficient insurance. We will look for every available option to help you recover the money you need.

Why Bike Accident Claims Can Be Difficult To Pursue

Bike accident injury and wrongful death claims are often difficult because the car driver blames the bike rider and eyewitnesses don't stick around to give their report of what they saw. In many cases, the injured biker is left alone at the scene because the car driver doesn't realize an injury occurred.

We will immediately begin a thorough investigation to determine what avenues are available for pursuing full and fair money damages. When necessary, we will work with independent experts to investigate and prepare the strongest case possible to help you recover the money damages you are entitled to.

Chattanooga Bike Accident Attorneys

We have experience representing plaintiffs injured in all types of motor vehicle accident injury and wrongful death accidents, including:

Call An Experienced Pedestrian And Bicycle Accident Lawyer

From our offices in Dalton, our attorneys provide legal counsel and representation to clients throughout northwest Georgia and southeastern Tennessee. Call us at 706-508-4292 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced bicycle accident lawyers today.