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Bicycle Accident Attorney

​Bicycle Accident Lawyer servicing the Galveston, League City, Friendswood, Kemah, Pearland, and Houston, TX areas. According to the NHTSA, in 2016 there were  840 bicycle riders were killed and an additional 52,000 who were injured. Bicycle deaths accounted for 2 percent of all traffic fatalities.  We have the resources and experience to hold drivers fully accountable for their negligence and the injuries or death they cause. Call us day or night at 713-829-4317 or e-mail us for a free consultation and prompt investigation. We have handled many personal injury cases and bicycle accident such as: cyclists hit by drunks in the early morning hours, people texting while driving or otherwise preoccupied, motorists veering into designated bike lanes, drivers turning or changing lanes without looking, opening a car door into the path of a bicycle, and hitting bicyclists in crosswalks.

The Pascoe Law Firm represents bicycle accident victims in Galveston County and Harris County. At the Pascoe Law Firm, our Galveston Bike Accident Attorney often tells riders that when you ride a bicycle, sharing the road is a game of Russian roulette. You can’t predict when a someone could drift onto the shoulder or suddenly cut you off. Bicycle riders love riding and enjoy being on the road. However, it is important for bicyclists to wear a helmet and be knowledgeable about others on the road.


Common Causes of Bicycle Accidents

One of the most common causes for bike crashes to occurs due to the rider being hit by some form of a trailer or boat that is attached to the car or truck. Many motorists are not used to sharing the road with bike riders and do not know the proper distance that a bicycle rider on the road needs to stay safe. Cyclists can become injured in a bicycle collision with a car from what is often referred to as a “left cross” or a “right hook.”

  • The term left cross and right cross are term that describes the bike accident. A left cross occurs when a vehicle like a car or truck is coming towards you and then it makes a sudden left turn into you or in the front of you and causes the collision to occur.  The left cross bike accident is very common due to the bike rider being in the blind spot of the driver.
  • The right hook bike accident occurs when a cyclist passes a slow moving car on the right and the car or truck suddenly turns right into the cyclist. Sharing cyclists are often presented with very dangerous situations do to driver distractions.

If you have been or know someone who has been in a bicycle accident involving a car or truck, call now to speak with a personal injury lawyer who will fight to defend your legal rights. Please know that cyclists do have rights and laws that protect them. If a car or truck driver violate those rights and cause you injury because they failed to pay attention, you may be entitled to seek compensation for your injuries


What to do after a Bicycle Accident In Galveston?

After a Bicycle accident there are steps you should take to help a personal injury lawyer protect your rights and to preserve your legal options that are available. Below are a few types to help a personal injury lawyer preserve your legal options following a bicycle accident.

Obtain medical attention if needed. Bike injuries can be very severe depending on the accident. If you need medical attention please do not hesitate to do so. Bicyclist can suffer painful lasting injuries form bike accidents after being hit by a car or truck. Many of these injuries can linger for a long period of time and may not be recoverable if prompt medical attention is not obtained within a reasonable time frame. Bicyclist can face injuries such as head injuries, road rash, broken bones, as well as other more severe injuries from being in a bicycle accident. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident please seek medical attention if you have been injured.

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Friendswood, TX 77546

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File Police Report. Obtaining a police report is very important to protecting your care. Even if the driver has left the scene of the accident you should still obtain a police report. The police can use their resources to possible track down the other driver. Additionally, there might have been a witness who obtained the driver’s license plate number.  The police report is a necessary party of filing an insurance claim. Insurance companies will almost always one the bike accident to be document with this document.

Notify your Health Insurance Company and Automobile Insurance Company of the bicycle accident. Filing a claim against you own automobile insurance policy may be the only way to recover for all of your damages. You may be entitled for compensation for medical bills, bicycle replacement cost, lost wages, and pain and suffering. It is important to protect your legal rights by notifying both your health insurance company and your automobile insurance company after a bike crash or bicycle accident after being hit by a car. You should not worry about your insurance rate increasing. If you were not at fault this should not be an issue. This is why individuals typically have insurance, to cover these types of situations involving injuries.

Identify any witnesses and take photos of the accident scene.  If you have your phone with you most cell phone’s these days take great photos that can record the bike accident scene after being hit by a car. Additionally, by obtaining witness information you will be preserving your legal rights and helping a personal injury lawyer fight for your behalf. A personal injury lawyer will use these witnesses to collaborate your statements and use to make the negligent party takes responsibility for their actions and your injuries.


Attorney Helping Bicycle Accident  Injury Victims in Galveston County

Our Bicycle Accident Attorney fights bicycle riders who have been hit by a car or truck and suffered injuries in Galveston County. Bicycle riders have the same right to the road as automobile drivers. This fact is not much consolation after a devastating collision with a car, but it is the foundation for a personal injury claim. Attorney John D. Pascoe conducts a thorough investigation to prove driver negligence. Why didn’t the driver see you? Our job is to prove negligence, whether the driver failed to yield, wasn’t fully focused on driving or was too sleepy or intoxicated to be behind the wheel. We use police reports, witness accounts, crash scene evidence and other tools such as toxicology results and cell phone records to build a case for liability.
​We represent personal  injury victims who have suffered brain injury, paralysis, broken bones, leg injuries and other serious and lasting harm or death from bike accidents in League City and the surrounding areas. We are thorough in preparing a claim for medical bills, surgery and rehab, lost earnings and compensation for permanent disability and pain and suffering. Experienced Galveston Bicycle Accident Attorney, the Pascoe Law Firm provides a free consultation and case evaluation in the Galveston area. Call now or contact us online if a loved one was injured or killed while riding a bike. Hablamos Español.

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