If A Family Member or Loved One Was Involved in a Bicycle Accident, Here's what to Do

Was a loved one seriously injured or killed in a bicycle accident? Are you dealing with their medical bills, medical appointments, lost wages, pilling up expenses, or even funeral costs? The experienced bike accident lawyer of Utah Bicycle Law and Lance Bingham, P.C. can help.

Bicyclists often suffer debilitating and sometimes lifelong injuries because of bicycle accidents caused solely by someone else’s negligent conduct. These injuries include but are not limited to

  • Concussions
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Shattered or broken bones
  • Head, neck, and spinal cord injuries
  • Lacerations, and varying degrees of road rash.

Because these injuries can be devastating, the most important thing you can do for a loved one who was a victim of a bicycle accident is to be an emotional support and ensure the injured cyclist is getting the necessary medical treatment to make a full recovery.

To help you focus on what is most important, our experienced bicycle accident attorneys located in the heart of Salt Lake City, Utah will take care of all the issues related to the legal claim or wrongful death lawsuit, including helping you get compensation for funeral and burial expenses, medical bills, loss of companionship, loss of financial support, and if applicable, punitive damages. It is imperative that you do not discuss fault for the bicycle accident with the motorist’s insurance company until you have contacted an attorney.


Bike Injury Lawyer Right Here in Salt Lake City

If your family member has been hurt or killed in a bicycle accident, you probably have many questions. Contact the bicycle accident personal injury attorneys at Utah Bicycle Law and Lance Bingham, P.C. for a free case evaluation by calling (801) 869-6800. Our experienced bicycle accident lawyers are based in the heart of Salt Lake City and handle bicycle accidents throughout the State of Utah on a contingency fee basis – meaning you won’t pay a dime unless they get money for you.