Bicycle Accidents

Bicycle Accident Attorney in Northern Virginia

Compensation for Injured Riders

Bicycles are popular in Northern Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland. Although cycling can be a fun and rewarding form of recreation, exercise, and commuting, it also poses risks to riders. Because bicyclists have very little protection against motor vehicles and other surrounding objects, they often suffer injuries during traffic accidents. Many of these injuries are serious, and a great deal are fatal.

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Proving Fault & Liability

Just as with all types of personal injury claims, injured bicycle riders will need to prove that another’s negligence more likely than not caused them harm. By working with experienced attorneys who can gather evidence and make compelling arguments, injured riders can improve their chances of proving that another driver or party can be held at fault.

The Rights of Injured Cyclists

If another party is at fault for causing a bicycle accident, injured riders and families may be able to recover compensation for the personal injuries and damages they suffered. If you’ve been injured, our Northern Virginia personal injury lawyers will fight to help you recover compensation for the following:

  • Medical bills
  • The cost of future medical treatment
  • Lost work wages
  • Lost future earnings
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional damages

To learn more about your rights after a bicycle accident, filing a personal injury claim, and how Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel can help, schedule a free case evaluation by calling (888) 887-4128.

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Athlete Injuries

 Bicycle Accidents

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Bus Accidents

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Catastrophic Injuries

Medical Malpractice

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Neck Injuries

Pedestrian Accidents

Premises Liability

School Bus Accidents

Slip Fall Accidents

Student Injuries

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Whistleblower Claims

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