Fort Worth Bicycle Accidents
Call a Dedicated Injury Attorney in Fort Worth
Are you a bicyclist that has been harmed due to the reckless actions of
a motorist? If so, the time to start exploring your legal options is now. At the
Law Office of James M. Stanley, our proven Fort Worth personal injury lawyers have more than 35 years
of combined legal experience. Our team has recovered more than $100 million
for our clients in need.
We pride ourselves on diligent, aggressive preparation and execution of
our cases and are ready to ensure that the gravity of your bicycle injury
is made plain both in and outside the courtroom. Pursue the compensation
you deserve with counsel capable of securing results. Contact us today
to schedule a
free case evaluation.
The Role of Negligence in Bicycle Accidents
When a motorist acts negligently on the road, not only does he or she put
other motorists at risk, but other travelers, as well. This includes bicyclists,
who are tremendously vulnerable to direct and dangerous impacts in these
accidents. It is not uncommon for cyclists to suffer catastrophic or even
life-threatening injuries due to collisions with motor vehicles.
Motorist negligence in a bicycle accident can include:
- Failure to look for bicyclists at turns and intersections
- Failure to look for bicyclists when exiting a vehicle
- Drift in to bicycle-dedicated lanes and road shoulders
- Distracted driving (devices, texting, phone calls, etc.)
- Tailgating (following too closely)
- Impaired driving (drunk driving, fatigue, etc.)
If you believe that one of these factors—or any other irresponsible
motorist action—directly contributed to your bicycle accident, then
we invite you to contact our firm today. Our firm is well-versed in thoroughly
investigating accident claims and will do everything from reviewing driver
histories to obtaining cell phone records to firmly establish the negligence
that harmed you.
Allow our dedicated Fort Worth injury attorneys to fight on your behalf.
Call us at (817) 591-4222 to speak with our team today.