Bakersfield Bicycle Accident Attorneys
Bike Accidents in California
In a temperate state like California, bicycling happens all year round. Not only is it a healthier way for commuters to get around, it is also environmentally friendly and cost-effective. Unfortunately, on many of our busy streets, the risk of bicyclist injury is high.
If you have been hurt in a bike accident, schedule a free consultation with Klein DeNatale Goldner. Over the last nearly 70 years, our work has spoken for itself: We get results. Our Bakersfield bicycle injury lawyers have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of injured clients and helped them and their loved ones move on from their accident with the relief they deserve.
We have offices in Bakersfield, Fresno, and San Diego.
Get in touch with our bicycle accident lawyers in Bakersfield by calling (661) 485-2100 or contacting us online.
How Motorists Cause Bicycle Accidents
Some people assume that because roads were built for automobiles, motorists deserve to be the number one priority on the road. This, however, is not the case. Drivers must be vigilant and safely operate alongside all other vehicles on the road, including bicycles. When motorists fail to share the road, bicyclists can be put in significant and even life-threatening danger.
Common ways motorists cause bicycle accidents include:
- Tailgating (following too closely)
- Failing to look before exiting a vehicle (door injuries)
- Failing to properly signal lane changes and turns
- Drifting into bicycle lanes and road shoulders
- Driving while impaired (alcohol, fatigue, etc.)
- Driving while distracted (texting, phone calls, etc.)
If any one of these factors contributed to your bicycle accident injury, then our firm is ready to hear from you. Our skilled Bakersfield bicycle injury attorneys are prepared to assess the circumstances of your case and help you take the next steps towards the restitution you deserve.
Contact us at (661) 485-2100 to request a free case evaluation with a bicycle accident attorney in Bakersfield today.