In recent years, bicycling has exploded in popularity. It attracts many people who wish to exercise more. It attracts those who see it as a “greener” option for transit and commuting. And it provides a mode of transport that can cost far less than an automobile. Cities like Atlanta have added some infrastructure, like bike lanes, bike sharing and other elements that can make it possible for traveling much of the year by bike.
Bicycle Accidents Often Leave Riders With Severe Injuries
For all its attractions, there is one issue that is inarguable. In a collision between a bicycle and a motor vehicle, there is little question who will receive the worst. The bike rider may walk away from a bicycle accident with little more than road rash and some bruises, but too often, they face serious injuries, including broken bones, damaged internal organs, spinal injuries and traumatic brain injuries.
We Can Help
At Glenda Mitchell Law Firm, we know how to help after motor vehicle accidents, including this type of accident. Our lawyer works aggressively to obtain the compensation you need to deal with your injuries and recover after a bicycle crash.
A bike accident can leave you with scarring, fractures, bone dislocations, lung injuries, concussions and severe brain trauma. You want to be certain to have a full medical exam to discover all of your injuries that may result from the crash. Our attorney understands how complex these cases can be, and we work with you and your doctor to ensure that you receive the compensation you need and that addresses all of your injuries.
If you have more questions about the aftermath of your bicycle accident, we can help you find the answers you need for a smooth recovery.
Contact Us Today
Call us as soon as you can after a hit-and-run bicycle crash or any bicycle accident. For a free initial consultation with our attorney in Georgia, call our Cartersville office at 678-721-0417. In South Carolina, call our Greenville office at 864-326-3073, or use our convenient form to make the appointment.