Atlanta and Macon Bicycle and Pedestrian Accident Attorney

Hit By A Car While Walking or Riding A Bike?

Bicyclists  and pedestrians are especially vulnerable to injury when they are on the road with motorists. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 5,376 pedestrians and 818 bike riders were killed in collisions with motor vehicle drivers in 2015. If you or someone you love has been injured in a bicycle accident, you deserve to be compensated for your losses.

With multiple years of legal experience and a track record of recoveries, Josh Palmer can be trusted to fight for the financial compensation you deserve. Call us today if you need help.

If you have been involved in a bicycle or pedestrian accident, you may be entitled to claim damages from the at-fault driver. Contact Josh Palmer today 478-733-8820.

Duty of Care & Driver Negligence

Negligent actions that can cause bicycle accidents include:

  • Speeding and reckless driving

  • Failure to follow traffic signs

  • Failing to use turn signals

  • Driving under the influence

  • Turning into a cyclist

What To Do If I Am In A Bike Accident?

  • Gather the insurance and contact information from the other driver

  • Find any and all witnesses and write down their contact information

  • Take pictures of the damage to your bicycle and the other vehicle

  • If police are present, tell them what happened

  • Seek medical attention, even if your injuries appear to be minor

  • Contact our aggressive personal injury lawyers at Joshua E Palmer

Hurt in an Accident? Contact Joshua E. Palmer

Our firm can help you determine who is at fault for the accident.  We will help you fight for the money you deserve to take care of your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages you may be entitled to.

Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation online or call us at (478) 733-8820.

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