If you suffered bicycle accident injuries, you could sue the party responsible and seek compensation for your damages. A Cecil County bicycle accident lawyer with the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow can help you hold the liable party accountable and pursue the compensation you deserve.
Let us handle the claim filing process and negotiations with the insurance companies so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries.
How Much Compensation Can You Get for Your Bicycle Accident Case?
The value of your bicycle accident claim depends on the nature and severity of your injuries. A free, no-obligation consultation with our personal injury team serving Cecil County can help you understand a fair compensation value for your damages.
Bicycle Accidents Can Result in Life-Changing Injuries
A cyclist accident can result in devastating injuries that require specialized medical care, physical therapy, and rehabilitation. Common injuries sustained by bicycle accident victims include the following:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Skeletal and neural damage
- Organ failure and internal bleeding
- Loss of limbs
- Road rash
- Severe cuts and bruises
The road to recovery may be long and painful. Our Cecil County bicycle accident attorney can help you fight for fair compensation that covers your current and future medical needs.
Economic and Non-Economic Damages Are Available to You
You can recover both economic and non-economic damages. The economic damages may include medical expenses, lost income, lost future earning capacity, and bicycle repair costs.
The non-economic damages you can pursue may be pain and suffering, loss of quality of life, permanent disability, and disfigurement.
If your loved one lost their life due to the accident, our law firm could help you file a wrongful death claim or lawsuit against the liable party.
For legal consultation with a bicycle accident attorney in Cecil County, call (410)777-8960
How Our Cecil County Bicycle Accident Lawyer Can Help You
While you heal from your injuries and get your life back on track, our team can handle the entire claims process on your behalf and protect your rights at all times.
Some of the benefits of working with our bicycle accident lawyer include the following:
We Can Help Determine the At-Fault Party
Our legal team will analyze the details of your case, identifying the liable parties. We can examine the accident scene, scrutinize the official police reports, and interview eyewitnesses to gather evidence supporting your claim.
To prove legal liability, our Cecil County bicycle accident lawyer can help establish the other party’s negligence by showing that they owed you a duty of care and that violating that duty led to the accident in which you sustained injuries.
Potential legally liable parties for your bicycle accident may be:
- A negligent driver striking you
- A government that fails to repair roadways
- A bike manufacturer or retailer responsible for a defective bike
We Can Submit Your Personal Injury Claim
Our firm can also contact the responsible party’s insurance company and submit your claim. Our team can begin the negotiations with the insurance adjusters and legal team on your behalf. In most cases, we can agree on a fair settlement for your injuries.
We Can Represent Your Lawsuit in Court, If Necessary
If your claim fails to yield fair compensation, you have the right to file a lawsuit. We can help prepare for your lawsuit in civil court and use our extensive network of resources, including accident reconstruction experts, medical specialists, and other subject matter experts, to build a solid case.
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You Can Afford a Bicycle Accident Attorney From Our Law Firm
It will cost you nothing to enlist the services of our attorneys. We operate on a contingency-fee payment model, in which you don’t have to pay any upfront fees. The firm handles all the legal costs if we decide to work together.
You only compensate us for the help provided as a pre-approved percentage of your settlement or jury award.
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We Are Passionate About Helping Our Clients Get the Compensation They Need
Our personal injury attorneys work diligently to help clients get the resources they need to get their lives back. Here is a review from one of our clients:
- “The professionalism and service I’ve received from Adam Smallow has exceeded my expectations. He is very bright, listens well and answer all my questions. The issues that I’ve come across, Adam has been personally involved and took care of everything that I requested, on the very same day. I’ve had experiences with other personal attorneys in the past, and Adam is without a doubt the best I’ve ever worked with. I highly recommend this law offices and everyone on the staff” –Joe Bakhtar
You can receive a free consultation for your case and learn the next steps that you can take.
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You Need to Act Fast on Your Bicycle Accident Lawsuit
Maryland laws limit the time you have to file a lawsuit seeking compensation from the responsible parties. According to Md. Cts. & Jud. Proc. Code § 5–101, the statute of limitations on personal injury cases is three years in most cases.
Generally, the three-year filing period begins on the day of the accident. However, in some instances, the court may accept exceptions based on the discovery rule. In such cases, the filing period countdown begins the day the injuries relating to the accident were identified.
If you inform us about your accident soon enough, our bicycle accident attorney serving the Cecil County community can help ensure that you meet the statutory deadline for your lawsuit filing.
Our Firm Can Review Your Bicycle Accident Claim Today for Free
At the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow, we offer complimentary consultations to help you understand the legal options available to fight for fair compensation.
We can navigate the claim filing process and recover compensation for your damages while you get better. Connect with our firm today to get started.
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