Can I sue after a car-vs-bicycle crash?


If you or were seriously injured in a Texas bicycle accident, you may file a lawsuit in order collect damages from the person or entity that was at fault for your accident. Damages could include medical bills, lost wages, loss of future wages, pain and suffering, and mental anguish.
Before filing a lawsuit, it is key to determine what caused your accident and who was at fault for your injuries. While the driver of the vehicle that struck you is often at fault in a car-vs-bicycle accident, other factors may have been at play. For example, your bike accident could have been due to poor road design, a malfunctioning traffic light, a mechanical problem, a bike manufacturing error, or due to premises liability issues. Even if you believe that you were at fault for your bike accident, it is important to speak with an attorney and have an expert fully investigate the actual cause of your wreck.
Are you considering a bike accident injury lawsuit in Dallas? Speak with our Texas personal injury attorneys today by calling (214) 617-1886.



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