Queens Bicycle Accident Lawyer

Bicycle Accident Information

Bicycle accidents occur with alarming frequency in the United States. Approximately 50,000 people are injured every year in bicycle accidents, and the state of New York has one of the highest percentages of these injuries, at roughly 5,500. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident that was caused by someone else, contact a Queens car accident lawyer who can help you exercise your rights as a victim of negligence.

Many cyclists believe that when they are involved in a bicycle accident, the fault automatically lies with them. Fortunately, this is not true. Many cases involve cyclists being injured as a result of careless or reckless drivers, hazardous road conditions, and those driving under the influence of alcohol. In situations where poor road maintenance led to the accident, the municipality in charge of those roads may be held liable for victim’s damages.

In need of legal help in your bicycle accident case?

The Law Offices of Scott A. Felicetti is committed to protecting the rights of cyclists who become victims of negligence by car drivers while out on city streets. Having practiced in Queens for a number of years, we are familiar with exactly what is needed in order to win cases, and we are available to aggressively pursue compensation on your behalf in the event that you suffered injuries in a bicycle accident such as:

  • Head/neck injury
  • Back/spinal cord injury
  • Brain damage
  • Broken bones
  • Crush injuries
  • Internal injuries
  • Disfigurement
  • Accidental amputation

We will fight the responsible party’s insurance company for a fair settlement in your case, or take swift legal action against that party (or parties) in an effort to secure compensation. Our goal will be to reach a resolution in your case in which you have the wherewithal to recover from your injuries to the fullest possible extent.

Contact a Queens bicycle accident attorney if you have been injured in a bicycle accident and are intent on filing a claim for damages.