What to Do After a Bicycle AccidentMaria Rubio
The freedom of riding a bicycle is one that is truly enjoyable for so many people, especially during these summer months. However, with the freedoms of riding a bike, there are also a number of dangers that can befall anyone outdoors who is sharing the road with a motor vehicle. Sadly, when there is an accident between a bike and a car, the outcome is not usually in the favor of the bicyclist, in fact they are the ones who are usually injured in the collision. While the idea of colliding with a car is rather frightening, it is important to remember that you must keep your cool at the scene of the accident so that you can make a proper police report if you are conscious. If you are able to function at all after the incident, it is essential to remember that the moves you make after the accident can largely affect your ability to file a lawsuit.
First and foremost, you must wait at the scene of the accident to make sure that a police report is done. This is very important because even if you feel like you were uninjured initially, you may feel pain in the days following the accident. This police report will be helpful when trying to fight for compensation for the medial bills associated with your injury. Next, staying at the scene is important so that you are able to identify the drier who is at fault for the collision. Remember, speaking or negotiating with the driver is not a wise move. Get their general information that is needed in a car accident and then contact your Miami personal injury attorney before speaking further. Wait for all conversations to occur once the police arrive so that they can be a witness and document what words are exchanged.
In the event you were injured in a bike accident, contact the Law Office of Maria L. Rubio today to begin fighting for the financial compensation you deserve!