Florida Bicycle Accident Attorneys Ready to Assist You
Thousands of people are seriously injured in bike accidents every year. In fact, in 2015, there were reportedly 45,000 serious bicycle accidents in the United States. The majority of bike accidents (78%) occur in urban areas between the hours of 6-9 p.m.
There are two main types of bike accidents: falls and crashes with cars. The United States Dept. of Transportation reports that 846 bicyclists were killed in crashes with motor vehicles in just 2019 alone. In the latest Florida report, there were more than 6,500 bike crashes resulting in 148 deaths and over 6,000 injuries. Clearly, when a crash occurs between a car and a bike, it’s the bicyclist who loses. But cyclists in Florida don’t have to suffer in silence.
If you’ve been seriously injured in a bike accident, especially if you’ve been hit by a car through no fault
of your own, please give RTRLAW a call at 833-HIRE-RTR. Our attorneys have been helping the injured and bike accident victims like you since 1988. For more than 30 years, we have helped thousands of clients and secured hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for them.
At RTRLAW, we fight for our clients’ rights and recover what they deserve after suffering injuries from another’s negligence. We know you’re in enough pain – not just from your injuries but also from financial hardships sustained from not being able to work or live your life to the fullest from your injuries. We will not rest until we hold those responsible for our clients’ injuries accountable for their actions. We will not settle for anything less than full compensation for our clients.
If we choose to take your case, you will not pay anything upfront. RTRLAW works on contingency fees, which means you pay NOTHING unless we win your case and recover money for you.
Our experienced and aggressive Personal Injury Attorneys are available to meet with you to discuss your bike accident case at one of our seven convenient offices in Florida, including:
Our lawyers and investigators also can come to you – even if you are in the hospital or confined to home due to your injuries.