PURSUE RELIEF WITH OUR DEDICATED DALTON PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS
Over the last few years, we have seen a surge in the popularity of bicycling. For countless commuters, bicycling is a low-cost, healthy, and environmentally friendly way to get around. Unfortunately, along with this rising popularity has come a spike in bicycling accidents. Bicyclists are extremely vulnerable to trauma when they collide with motor vehicles and when these collisions are the fault of motorists, then the resulting injuries deserve to be answered for.
At McMahan Law Firm, LLC, we understand that, too often, bicyclists are marginalized on the road and, if hurt, often feel as if they have little recourse to recover the compensation they deserve. Our award-winning team of Dalton personal injury lawyers believes that every victim of negligence deserves the resources and advocacy to pursue the relief that they need. Time and time again, we have ensured that the voices of our injury clients were heard and that rightful restitution was recovered on their behalf.
Start exploring your legal options today with a team you can trust. Contact us to schedule a free consultation.
HOW MOTORIST NEGLIGENCE CAUSES BICYCLE ACCIDENTS
In urban and residential areas, motorists are not always as aware as they should be of bicyclists in their vicinity. When this happens—or they choose to act recklessly—bicyclists are put at enormous risk of serious and even life-threatening injury.
Bicycle accidents are likely to occur when motorists:
- Fail to properly signal a turn
- Fail to properly signal a lane change
- Drift onto road shoulders or bike lanes
- Fail to be generally aware of vehicles in their vicinity
- Drive while impaired (intoxicated, fatigue, etc.)
If any of these motorist behaviors contributed to your bicycle accident, then it may be time to start exploring your legal options. Contact our dedicated team today to learn how we can help your pain and suffering be accounted for under the law.
Begin today by calling us at 706.277.4686 or contacting us today.