Cycling is a well-liked means of transportation for those living in Manhattan because it provides a variety of advantages. Compared to cabs and Ubers, bikes are less expensive and more maneuverable, making them ideal for couriers and delivery personnel who need to reach locations inaccessible to motor vehicles. They also have the additional advantage of encouraging healthy physical activity. Unfortunately, there are more bicycle accidents in our city.
You might be entitled under New York law to file a lawsuit seeking damages for your losses if you sustained avoidable injuries in a Manhattan bicycle accident. The familiar bicycle accident attorney Manhattan at Siler & Ingber will help you get the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Bicycling in Manhattan has been the cause of the numerous cars that seem to rush to their destinations on the city’s overcrowded streets. These cars and trucks are frequently much bigger and tougher than bicycles, which provide relatively little safety for the users. In an accident, bicyclists may sustain severe, frequently life-long injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord damage, paralysis, shattered bones, lacerations, and more. The following are a few of the numerous reasons for bicycle accidents:
Bicycle accidents can result from any careless or reckless behaviour. When bikes and automobiles meet, serious repercussions could befall all parties. Contact our best bicycle accident attorney Manhattan for assistance as soon as possible. When you need us, we are here to assist you.
You might be eligible to get sizeable damages if you were critically hurt in a bicycle accident. This compensation may somewhat alleviate the financial, emotional, and physical costs brought on by the accident. An accomplished personal injury lawyer can assist you in obtaining both monetary and nonmonetary damages. Medical costs, lost wages, rehabilitation costs, emotional distress, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and other costs may be included in these damages. Do not put off filing a claim if you are evaluating your legal options after suffering injuries in a bicycle accident.
According to New York State’s statute of limitations, you may be unable to submit a personal injury claim after the statute of limitations of 3 years has passed since the accident. Do not wait to speak with bicycle accident attorney Manhattan about your case.
Certain mishaps are unavoidable no matter how cautious you navigate Manhattan streets. Following a collision, you should do a few things before calling a New York bicycle accident attorney.
Call the police and an ambulance without delay. If you are unable to make the call, ask a close witness or another individual to do so right away. If medical assistance is required, make sure you are thorough when speaking with the doctor. Your injury and the harm done are documented in your medical records.
Don’t Move Your Bike
Keep your bike in the same condition as it was in after the crash. This will aid in the accident’s documentation for the police.
File a Police Report
You must remain at the scene and file a police report, which is crucial. This acts as a formal accident record and contains crucial information, such as the names of witnesses.
Gather Contact Details
It can be difficult to remain composed following a collision, but you must gather the following data at the scene of the collision:
Take videos and photos.
Take pictures and videos of the accident scene using your smartphone, including any new damage to your bike and the driver’s car or truck. Keep a record of your physical wounds, too. Ask someone to aid you if you are unable to do so.
Never apologise or try to negotiate
Gather the driver’s details, but avoid making any comments about the collision, particularly about what transpired or who might be at fault.
Prior to calling your insurance provider, please call us first.
Always consult with your bicycle accident attorney Manhattan before filing an insurance claim because The insurance provider is aware of the value of your claim and will typically employ strategies that reduce your payment/.
The first thing our Manhattan bicycle accident lawyer at Siler & Ingber LLP will do is work to preserve any evidence that may be necessary to support your claim for reasonable compensation. We will:
To manage these vital aspects and make sure your legal rights are protected, it’s essential to retain the services of an experienced bicycle accident lawyer in Manhattan.
We are exceptional bicycle accident lawyers in Manhattan and will represent you when you are wounded as if you were a part of our family, unlike other law firms in Manhattan. We’ll battle tooth and nail to get you a sizable compensation or verdict in your bicycle accident case. Our goal is to make all cyclists feel safer on our roadways. To get a free consultation with a skilled Manhattan bicycle accident attorney, call as soon as possible.
It’s crucial to think about your legal alternatives if you were critically hurt in a bicycle accident. A serious injury can have a significant influence on your life and make it difficult for you to continue enjoying the activities you previously liked. Fortunately, our firm is aware of how crucial it is to have knowledgeable legal counsel on your side when you need it. Because of this, Siler & Ingber LLP has happily served clients in Manhattan who have suffered harm as a result of someone else’s negligence for almost two decades. We are prepared to fight for your rights and represent your best interests in obtaining just compensation.
Every step of the way, we uphold our integrity and compassion while fighting for our clients. Our injury law is built on a solid, committed attorney-client relationship, and we’re willing to go to any lengths to ensure that accident victims receive the justice and financial compensation they are due following an accident.
Call us at 1-516-294-2666 to set up a free consultation and case evaluation with a bicycle accident attorney in Manhattan, or email us the form on this page.
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