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What should I do if I have been injured on my bicycle by another motorist?
In the local communities of Auburn, Roseville, Nevada City, Placerville, Sacramento, Grass Valley, Placerville, Lincoln, Orangevale, and throughout Northern California, bicycle riding is a healthy and popular sporting activity. Unfortunately, bicyclists are also particularly vulnerable and susceptible to serious personal injury and wrongful death from distracted and careless drivers.
Winning bicycle accident cases since 1994
Over the past 30 years, I have been a bicycle accident lawyer helping cyclists and their families maximize their financial recoveries from bicycle injury accidents including traumatic brain injuries, neck injury, back injury, fractures, scarring, and soft tissue injuries.
I have amassed a war chest over the last 30 years from over $25 million dollars in monetary recoveries for my clients.
I have the finances to retain on your behalf the best experts in accident reconstruction, vehicle dynamics, highway safety and regulation, medicine, life care planning, vocational rehabilitation, and economics so that you can present the best case possible on liability and damages.
No fees or costs unless you win
I always advance all costs associated with handling bicycle accident cases. Initial consultations are always free. There is never a fee or cost charged to my clients unless there has been a settlement, verdict or judgment. And, since I have a local law firm that has been in the same Auburn location for 23 years, I offer reduced fees for cases that resolve prior to litigation or the filing of a lawsuit.
Get an attorney immediately after a bicycle accident
Time is of the essence when a bicyclist is injured by another motorist. My investigators and experts can get involved at the earliest stages to ensure that critical evidence is preserved and evaluated.
Do not give authorization to another insurance company to access your confidential information. Do not give a statement on liability to the other side when you are unrepresented and vulnerable.