Was Your Bike Accident Caused By A Defective Roadway Or Sign?
Although a bicyclist can be injured in many ways, The Brandi Law Firm‘s lawyers go beyond the simple facts of the accident. We examine all details, including the roadway markings and delineations, or their absence, to determine such factors were the sole cause or a contributing cause to the bicyclists’ injuries.
The protection of cyclists is assured in many cases by buffer zones from cars, dedicated bike lanes, sharrows, and pavement markings which address the bike-car conflict. Their absence or insufficient design or installation can mean the difference between a minor injury and a life-threatening one.
In addition, injuries can occur due to the failure of a municipality to maintain the roadways and bike paths used by the public. Something as simple as a pothole or loose gravel can cause serious injury.
Our lawyers at The Brandi Law Firm are experienced advocates for bicyclists in cases where defective roadways or markings were part of the scene. For best results, consult with an attorney before the city or other government entity changes the markings or repairs the road.
The Nitty Gritty
We understand the mechanics of the bicycle accident and the requirements of safe roadway design and markings and use the best experts in those fields to explain to a jury exactly how the collision occurred and how these factors may have caused or contributed to the accident.
We have a proven track record in taking on cities, counties, and other landowners to ensure that our clients receive full and fair compensation for their injuries.
What Was The True Cause? Find Out.
The average person is not aware of all the details in the law and the physical aspects of traffic that may make a great difference in a bicycle accident case. This is why you need an attorney’s careful review to help you build the strongest claim for compensation that you can.
To schedule a meeting with an attorney, call 888-309-1224 or complete an online form. We will respond promptly and get the conversation started.