Under Pennsylvania law, drivers of motor vehicles must maintain a distance of four feet when passing a bicyclist. In addition, a vehicle making a turn must give bicyclists the right of way when the bicyclist is going straight on a road or shoulder.* Drivers who are not aware of or choose to ignore these requirements put bicyclists and other motorists at serious risk.In an accident between a motor vehicle and a bicyclist, the potential for serious injuries is extremely high. At the law firm of Herr & Low, P.C., we offer injured persons decades of experience in a variety of complex personal injury accidents. We understand the types of injuries that can occur in bike accidents, and we know how to manage your case in a way that gives you the best chance of obtaining full and fair compensation for your medical care, pain and suffering, and loss of income.
Ready To Help With Any Bike Injury Case
Before you talk to anyone from the insurance company about your accident, speak with one of our lawyers. The insurance company representative is looking for any way to settle your claim for as little as possible. We will manage all communication with the insurance company. With a qualified Lancaster bicycle accident injury attorney representing you from the start, the insurance company will know that yours is a claim that should be taken seriously.
We have successfully represented clients in claims for all types of injuries suffered in bicycle accidents, including:
- Broken bones
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Soft tissue injuries
- Permanent scarring
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Fatal injuries
Schedule A Consultation With A Lawyer | Call Toll Free: 888-826-6103
To speak with an attorney about your bike accident injury claim, please contact our Lancaster office today. You can reach us toll free by calling 888-826-6103 or via email. There is no fee for an initial consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers.
*Source: Just Drive PA