Bicycle riders are at risk of injury from a variety of sources. Crowded city streets are ripe for collisions between bicyclists, pedestrians, and motor vehicles. Even in a less-populated area, bicyclists are still at risk for serious injuries. Bicycles may be struck or run off the road due to low visibility or impatient and careless automobile drivers. Unfortunately, accidents involving motor vehicles are far more frequent than accidents involving pedestrians.

When a cyclist is struck by a motor vehicle, there is a high possibility of severe injury. These injuries may include:

  • Broken or dislocated bones
  • Torn ligaments or tendons
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain injuries

Sometimes, these injuries have permanent or semi-permanent physical and emotional effects that may require expensive ongoing treatment and rehabilitation. Understanding your rights as a bicyclist and recovering the losses you’re entitled to can be simplified by an attorney with extensive experience in personal injury law.

Wilson Kehoe Winingham has focused on personal injury cases as the primary area of our practice for over 20 years. Our firm has handled hundreds of cases both in Indiana and throughout the Unites States involving injuries from:

  • Bicycle accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Car accidents
  • Large truck accidents

We have a registered nurse on staff to provide medical and legal expertise concerning the nature and effects of injuries. We use these talents in combination with experienced trial attorneys to gain a thorough understanding of the unique medical and legal issues involved in each case. Let us put our team of professionals to work for you.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a bicycle accident, or have lost a loved one from a bicycle accident, contact us online or give us a call at 317-920-6400 to set up a free consultation.

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