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When a bicyclist collides with a larger vehicle, such as a car, truck, or SUV, the consequences are typically disproportionately borne by the bicyclist, who bears the brunt of the damage caused by the impact. This unfortunate scenario highlights cyclists’ significant vulnerability when sharing the road with much larger and more powerful vehicles.

In such incidents, the stark contrast in size and weight between the bicycle and the larger vehicle greatly magnifies the potential harm to the cyclist. Due to the limited protection afforded by their mode of transportation, cyclists are particularly susceptible to severe injuries, often suffering from broken bones, head trauma, spinal cord damage, and even fatalities.

If you or a loved one has been severely injured in a bicycle accident caused by a negligent driver, call our legal team at (916) 921-6400 for a free case evaluation.

Bicycle Accident Statistics

Unfortunately, bicycle accidents like the one described above occur frequently in the United States. For example, approximately 45,000 bicyclists were injured in collisions with automobiles in 2015. If that was not bad enough, over 800 bicyclists died in collisions with automobiles in 2015. That translates to more than two bicyclists losing their lives every day of the year in the United States, according to pedbikeinfo.org.

The number of bicycle accident deaths in 2015 was twelve percent higher than the number of bicycle accident deaths in 2014 and six percent higher than in 2006. California leads the country in the number of bicycle accident deaths, followed closely by Florida and Texas.

The YouTube video below provides an overview of bicycle injuries and deaths in the United States.

What To Do After a Rosemont Bicycle Accident

If you were hit by a vehicle while riding your bicycle, you should take some necessary steps after the collision. If you are physically able, call 911 and request police and an ambulance. You should then get the contact information of the driver who hit you. This information includes their name, home address, cell number, and auto insurance details. 

You should also try to get the names, telephone numbers, and addresses of anyone who saw the collision. This is extremely important because eyewitness testimony can substantiate your bicycle accident injury claim against the driver. Again, if you are physically able, you should take photographs of any damage to you and your bicycle. This means any cuts, scrapes, or bruises should be photographed.

Contact a Rosemont Bicycle Accident Lawyer

After you have been treated by a doctor for your injuries, you should contact an experienced Rosemont bicycle accident attorney to schedule a time to sit down and discuss the possibility of filing a personal injury claim against the driver who hit you. Or, if someone you love was injured or killed in a bicycle accident, contact the lawyer immediately to file a claim for damages and/or wrongful death.

No Legal Fee if There is No Financial Recovery 

You may be concerned about hiring a Rosemont bicycle accident lawyer because you are already under significant financial strain after the accident, including extensive medical bills and time missed from work where you could have been making money. You do not want to be responsible for paying a hefty retainer fee or hourly fee. Fortunately, you can put your worries to rest since bicycle accident lawyers generally work on a contingency fee. This means you do not pay a lawyer anything upfront. The lawyer’s fee is contingent on them obtaining a favorable outcome for your case.

Bicycle Accident Attorneys Serving Rosemont, California

If you or your loved one has been injured by a negligent motorist, please contact our injury lawyers today for free, friendly advice. You can reach us by calling 916.921.6400 or 800.404.5400.

When you call, we can review the details of your Rosemont bicycle accident and determine the best way to proceed with a claim for damages. Remember, we take cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you do not pay any fees upfront. We get paid after the successful resolution of your case.

See our past cases on our Verdicts and Settlements page.

Editor’s Note: updated [cha 6.20.23] Photo by Munbaik Cycling Clothing from Pexels sb bw [cs 711]