Ann Arbor Bicycle Accident Lawyers

Even when a bicyclist is wearing all the appropriate protective gear, injuries suffered in a bicycle versus car accident can be catastrophic. In such cases, long-term medical treatment and health care may be necessary, in addition to emergency medical treatment. You may also be unable to continue your current employment, at least for the time immediately following the accident if not longer. You may be entitled to damages to cover these and other related costs.

You have a much greater chance of recovering maximum compensation for your injuries if you obtain experienced legal representation.

To speak with an Ann Arbor bicycle accident attorney, contact the Law Office of Kline Legal Group. We offer an initial consultation and charge on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay unless we obtain a settlement.

Bicyclist Hit by a Car in Ypsilanti, Michigan

Our lawyers understand the variety of issues that may occur between bicyclists and moving vehicles, including collisions at:

  • Intersections
  • Blind curves
  • Insufficiently marked bicycle lanes

It only takes a second of inattention, being unable to stop quickly enough due to speeding, or a glare from the sun momentarily blinding the driver of an automobile, for a catastrophic accident to occur between an automobile and bicyclist. We will aggressively pursue the compensation you need to pay for your injuries, which may include:

  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Internal organ damage
  • Burn injuries
  • Broken or crushed bones
  • Contusions

Tragically, bicycle versus car accidents can be fatal. If you have lost a loved one in such a situation, our lawyers can also help you to file a wrongful death lawsuit.

Consult With Our Experienced Ypsilanti Area T-Bone Collision Attorneys

If you are a bicyclist hit by a car in Ypsilanti, contact the Law Office of Kline Legal Group for a consultation with one of our lawyers. We will carefully listen to your concerns and explain your rights.