Biking around Florida is a popular activity, whether for leisure or commuting. If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries due to a bike accident, you need trusted counsel on your side. Clark Fountain has been advocating for injury victims throughout the area for numerous years and has recovered $817+ million for our clients.
We represent bike accident victims who have been hurt due to:
- Distracted driving
- Bicycle equipment defects
- Failure to check a blind spot
- Drunk or impaired driving
- Road defects such as potholes
- Motorcycle rider collisions
- Any other negligent or reckless actions of a driver
What to Do After a Bicycle Accident in Florida
When you suffer injuries in a bicycle accident, it can be confusing to determine what steps you should be taking next. That is why Clark Fountain has provided a helpful list you can review after your accident.
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Make sure you follow these steps to ensure the strongest case possible:
- Move to the side of the road or away from traffic.
- Report the crash right away to police if another person is involved.
- Exchange insurance and contact information with other parties.
- Takedown information of any potential witnesses.
- Photograph all property damage, the scene of the accident, and other details.
- Have your bike damage assessed by a professional.
- Talk with an attorney about your bike accident as soon as you can.
- Report the accident to your insurance company.
Our firm can walk you through these steps and ensure you have all the evidence and information needed to craft a strong claim after your bicycle accident. By choosing to work with our team, you are getting skilled injury lawyer in Florida that will go the distance for your case.
Start with a Free Case Evaluation—We Fight for You
Clark Fountain is ready to help. Take the first step by letting our team review your case in a free evaluation. We can discuss the validity of your claim, review your legal options, and begin to move forward with the investigation process.