Bicycle Accident Injury
When Bicyclists Are Hit by Motor Vehicles
Bicycles don’t offer the same protection that motor vehicles offer. When a bicyclist is hit by a car, truck or other motor vehicle, the result will almost always be a serious personal injury or wrongful death. When a bicycle accident is caused by another’s negligence, someone should be held responsible.
At the law firm of DiCesare, Davidson & Barker, our attorneys are committed to holding negligent drivers responsible when they cause accidents. We are committed to getting compensation for victims, even if that means going to trial. Our firm includes lawyers who are Board Certified in Civil Trial Law, so you can be certain that we know our way around the courtroom.
Bicycle Riders Have the Right to Use the Road
Bicyclists are provided the same rights as drivers of other vehicles. Unfortunately, drivers of other vehicles often fail to observe these rights. This is the cause of many bicycle accidents in Lakeland, Haines City and throughout Central Florida.
When you choose our law firm to handle your bicycle accident case, you can be confident knowing that you have an experienced lawyer on your side. Each of the partners at our firm has more than 25 years of experience. We put that experience to use every day, doing what is right for victims of negligence.
Board Certified in Civil Trial Law: What does Board Certification mean? It means that an attorney is one of the very few who has met the high standards of excellence required to achieve this title. Only a small percentage of attorneys are Board Certified.
Free Case Evaluations: Ask a Lawyer About Your Case
Contact us to schedule a free consultation about your bicycle accident case.
Legal Services Provided in English and Spanish
In addition to English speakers, our firm includes staff members and attorneys who are able to offer assistance in Spanish.
All Cases Handled on a Contingency Basis
You are not required to pay any attorney fees unless we get results in your bike car crash case. All personal injury and wrongful death cases are handled on a contingency basis.