Begin Your Case With a Proven Bicycle Accident Law Firm
While riding a bike is one of America’s favorite pastimes, serious bicycle accidents can be incredibly harmful to those involved. Not only are they physically dangerous, but they can be financially and emotionally stressful as well. If you have been in a bicycle accident in Dayton, Ohio, and believe someone else may be at fault, you may want to hire an attorney. A Dayton bicycle accident lawyer from Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers can offer you legal assistance in receiving the compensation you may be entitled to.
We charge no upfront fees for our legal services and only take payment if we secure monetary compensation on your behalf. Call us at 800-333-9999 at any time to speak to one of our dedicated Dayton bicycle accident lawyers and set up a free consultation.
We Represent Injured Accident Victims Across Many Categories. Some Personal Injury Cases We Handle Include:
- Accidents With Trucks or Commercial Vehicles
- Injuries & Wrongful Death Involving Driver Negligence (cell phone use, DUI)
- Accidents With Uninsured Motorists
- Whiplash Injury Accidents
- Airbag Deployment Accidents
- Takata Air Bag Recalls
- Motorcycle Accident Injuries
- Ridesharing: Lyft & Uber Accidents
- Bicycle Accident Injuries
- Hit and Run Accidents
- Pedestrians Hit By a Vehicle
- Head-On Collisions
- Rear-End Collisions
- Spinal Cord Injuries
Sometimes a bicycle accident injury is not evident until much later. Even if you haven’t suffered a catastrophic injury you still may need medical treatment. You should seek medical care immediately, even if you don’t think you are badly hurt. Some severe injuries may not be immediately apparent. This is the best way to physically and legally protect yourself and your loved ones.
Getting the Legal Perspective on Car Accidents – Audio Interview
Car accident lawyer Darryl Isaacs — The Hammer — sat down to address legal and safety considerations when injured from a car crash in a recent radio episode of “Ask The Hammer,” the podcast exploring the legal matters that matter most. There are many elements at play when knowing what to do after a car accident. Listen to the episode directly below.
Our Accident Law Firm Will Get Started on Your Case Immediately By:
- Listening to your story
- Answering your questions
- Advising you what to do next
- Investigating the accident scene and all other evidence related to your claim
- Reviewing medical records, police reports, and all documents
- Determining which parties are liable for your injury
- Meeting with insurance adjusters
- Helping you file your claim
- Demanding a just settlement for all of your medical treatment and damages
Who Is Responsible for Your Injuries?
You have to consider many different things when you’re involved in a bicycle accident. For example, you need to know who caused your injury. This is especially true for an accident that includes multiple vehicles or bicycles.
Different states have their own laws, but in most areas, the driver who was found guilty of negligent driving is held responsible and required to compensate you for your trouble. If the at-fault party doesn’t have insurance and is in a lower income bracket, your claim could be limited. But if the person who caused your injury has an abundance of insurance coverage, you might be able to fight for a larger settlement.
Can You Get Compensation After a Bicycle Accident?
If you, the cyclist, are more than 50 percent at fault for the accident because of lost control, careless riding, counter-steering, or breaking traffic laws, you are not eligible for compensation. This is because of Ohio’s comparative negligence law (Ohio Revised Code Section 2315.33).
On the other hand, if a car or a truck hit you and you were injured, you are likely eligible for compensation to cover past and future losses, such as medical treatment and rehabilitation expenses.
A cyclist’s rights are not so different from those of a car or truck driver. If you’re unsure of your rights, a Dayton bicycle accident lawyer can help you recognize what increases your odds at compensation and guide you on your way to a successful case.
How Much Should You Pay for a Lawyer?
Some lawyers charge hourly fees. Others will have you pay upfront before they take on your case. However, they may immediately drop your case if you fail to pay.
Other lawyers prefer a contingency contract agreement. When you agree on a contingency contract with your lawyer, you will not pay by an hourly rate or upfront costs. You only pay when the lawyer wins your claim. Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers works under these conditions.
Where finances are concerned, you don’t need to worry. Payment is only involved if we win your case, and the money will be deducted from your settlement amount. If you lose, we won’t take a penny from you.
How Can Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers Help You?
We understand that many people are denied their claims after bicycle accidents. Don’t stress. We have an unmatched background in handling bicycle accident cases. We also have bilingual attorneys & paralegals available to make your communication more comfortable.
With our in-house litigation team and our mock courtroom, you can rest assured we’ll do all we can for your case. Our staff is always accessible, even on weekends. At Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers, we have an exceptional rate of winning claims for our clients—we won’t back down.
Build Your Case With A Top Rated Accident LawyerIf you need immediate assistance with a vehicle accident or personal injury, call our team now at 800-333-9999 to begin your free case review and schedule an initial consultation to get legal advice. Our law firm represents injured victims across many categories. Some popular cases our accident attorneys handle include:
- Big Truck and Commercial Vehicle Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Product Liability Cases
What You Need to Know Before Filing for Compensation
A personal injury lawyer will usually try negotiating with the insurance company first. If this doesn’t work, they might recommend filing a lawsuit. You can utilize a lawyer for this process as well.
To file a claim or lawsuit, you must be confident that there’s solid evidence. Proof of the at-fault party’s negligence and your injuries may include the following:
- Medical records
- Police reports
- Photographs of the scene
- The vehicles engaged in the accident
- CCTV footage
You will most likely encounter a setback if you file without having firm evidence. This is because once you file suit, things begin to progress quickly regarding discovery and evidence depositions.
Statute of Limitations
It’s never too early to file your claim – you may even do so the day the incident occurred. However, it is possible to file your claim too late.
The statute of limitations for personal injury cases in Ohio is two years, according to Ohio Revised Code Section 2305.10. You must meet this deadline to have your case considered. If you fail to file before the deadline, you may be denied and lose your claim.
What a Bicycle Accident Lawyer Can Do
At Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers, we help our clients settle cases by confronting insurance companies, large corporations, and defendant attorneys. These parties may try to deny you your fair share.
Don’t let this happen. Our personal injury lawyers are ready to help you fight for what you deserve.
Working With a Successful Law Firm
Since 1993, Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers have helped thousands of clients recover compensation from their accidents. In fact, we have won over $1 billion across Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio for those who need it most.
We treat our clients like family and go above and beyond to get you relief. If you’re looking for a personal injury law firm that is ready to take your case and help you achieve compensation for your damages, our attorneys are here for you.
If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident and need a lawyer who can help bring your case to justice, contact Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers. Our firm has over 400 years of combined legal expertise, and our representatives are ready to take your case.
Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation
Our office is available 24/7. Call today for a free consultation, and we can work toward relieving the burden brought on by your bicycle accident.
To learn more about working with our Dayton lawyers, call 800-333-9999 for your no-cost bicycle accident case review.