Bicycle Accident Attorneys in Daytona Beach
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With sunshine year round, many Florida residents and visitors use bicycles as a primary mode of transportation, as well as enjoy riding bikes for fitness and recreation. Unfortunately, thousands of bicyclists are injured and nearly a hundred are killed every year in Florida alone.
If you were involved in a bicycle accident caused by a negligent party and suffered a serious injury, Politis & Matovina, P.A. is committed to recovering the monetary damages you deserve. With combinedexperience of over 80 years, our Daytona Beach personal injury lawyers have a comprehensive understanding of Florida law to guide you through the intricacies of the legal system.
Let us fight tirelessly for you while you make a successful recovery from injury. Call (386) 333-6613 now to schedule a free consultation!
Types of Bicycle Accidents
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Florida is the most dangerous state for cyclists. Most fatal bicycle accidents involve motor vehicles, with over half of them occurring at an intersection in the United States. Despite wearing the proper equipment, such as helmets, reflective vests, and other padding, common injuries include traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, concussions, lacerations, and bruising.
Bicycle accidents occur most often by the following:
- When a vehicle is making a right across a bike lane without signaling
- When a driver opens their door without looking first
- When a vehicle backs up unexpectedly
- Road hazards
- Inclement weather
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With over $200 million won on behalf of our clients, we understand what it takes to do the same for your case. Our Daytona Beach bike accident lawyers can investigate your accident and collect evidence necessary to develop an effective case strategy and obtain the most favorable outcome possible.
Contact us and schedule a free case evaluation immediately.