How Bicycle Accident Cases and Car Accident Cases Differ

Watch this video about how bicycle accident cases and car accident cases differ in Florida. Then call Paul Boone Law today.

Question:

How are bicycle accident claims different from car accident claims?

Answer:

People sometimes ask what’s different between a bicycle accident claim and a car accident case. There are differences. One of the major differences is the level of injury that is not apparent. How Bicycle Accident Cases and Car Accident Cases Differ

On a bicycle, even though people are wearing those helmets, they’re not helmets that are going to prevent brain injury. Many times, someone will crack their head. They get ejected off the bicycle. They don’t realize how badly hurt they are in terms of a traumatic brain injury. That happens more often than in the auto cases from a medical standpoint. Getting involved early will help get the client to the appropriate healthcare provider so that your brain injury can be treated.

If you’ve been hurt on a bicycle in Nassau County, Duval County, or the surrounding areas, call us. We’ll sit down and see how best we can help you.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured by an automobile while out on a ride and have questions about how bicycle accident cases and car accident cases differ? Contact experienced Florida bicycle accident lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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