3 Bicycle Accident Tips

Have you or a loved one been injured while riding a bike? Read these 3 bicycle accident tips, then give our Naperville lawyers a call today.

1) Choosing the Best Bicycle Accident Lawyer

3 Bicycle Accident TipsWe received a call last night from an individual who was injured on a bicycle while riding her bike in Naperville. She was wondering what the best way is to hire an attorney for someone who has been involved in a bike accident. We told her specifically experience. You need an experienced personal injury attorney who handles bicycle accidents.

We at Chute O’Malley Knobloch & Turcy have that experience and have tried numerous cases to verdict involving persons who were injured while riding their bicycles. If you have a question regarding bicycle accidents or any other topic, please feel free to give us a call. We’re here to help.

2) Bicycle Accident Case Value

We received a call from a client who was riding a bike in Naperville. She was injured while riding her bike due to the negligence of another party. She was asking us how we would determine the value of that claim. We told her that it all depends upon the liability of the defendant, the nature and the extent of her injuries, the medical bills it incurred, the lost wages incurred, loss of a normal life, and pain and suffering.

Depending upon all of those factors, we will then come up with an evaluation to maximize her recovery. If you have any other questions about the value of your case or wish to speak with us regarding bicycle accidents, please give us a call. We’re here to help.

3) Common Mistakes After a Bicycle Accident

We were contacted last night by a person who had been injured in a bicycle accident in Naperville. He was asking us whether or not he did anything wrong and whether or not there are common mistakes that persons who are involved in bicycle accidents make. We said the most important thing you can do is document what occurred. Unlike a motor vehicle collision, sometimes persons who were on bikes who were involved in accidents with motor vehicles don’t call the police. They absolutely should.

You want to make sure that everything is documented. You want to make sure that everything is reported to the authorities. This way, we have written proof of what occurred, how it occurred, and when it occurred. If you have any questions about this topic or any other, please feel free to give us a call at Chute O’Malley Knobloch & Turcy. We’re here to help.


Have you been seriously injured in a bicycle accident and have questions about these 3 bicycle accident tips? Contact our experienced Naperville bicycle accident attorneys today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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