Attorney Representing Bicycle Accident Victims

Bicyclists have the right to use Alabama roads. When a negligent driver fails to acknowledge those rights and collides with a bike rider, the bicyclist also has the right to pursue compensation.

At The Sapp Law Firm, L.L.C., we have 20 years of experience helping bike accident victims get compensation for past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other costs. If you or a loved one has been hit by a car while riding a bike, you can find a lawyer at our law firm who will answer your questions and work to protect your rights.

For a free consultation with a bike accident attorney, call 205-282-4467 or complete our online form. From our office in Jasper, we serve clients in Tuscaloosa, Birmingham and beyond.

What Are The Common Causes Of Bicycle Accidents?

Having handled many bike accident cases, we know that most are caused by negligent drivers who simply were not watching for bike riders. The negligent driver may have swerved and hit a bicyclist who was riding on the side of the road, or the driver may have taken a turn into a bike rider who was crossing at an intersection and had the right of way. These cases may also involve negligent drivers who park and open their doors into the paths of bicyclists.

Bike Accidents Lead To Serious Injuries

When a cyclist is hit by a motor vehicle, the victim is often left with serious injuries. Even if the rider was wearing a helmet, the accident may still result in head, neck or back injuries, or other life-changing injuries.

If this is your situation, you need to know your options for obtaining the maximum available compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and other costs resulting from the accident.

Talk To A Bike Accident Injury Lawyer Today

To schedule your free consultation, call us locally in Jasper at 205-282-4467 or toll free at 888-821-0531. You can also complete our online contact form to arrange your free consultation. We represent clients throughout Walker, Jefferson and Tuscaloosa counties.