Am I Covered in a Bicycle Accident?
Bicycles are everywhere in the state of Florida, in the streets, at intersections, but not every driver has learned how to share the road.
So if you’re involved in an accident when you’re on two wheels instead of four, can you still sue the at-fault driver?
The answer is yes… and South Florida Personal Injury Attorney Scott Smith says, you have all the same legal rights and protections that a driver has.
If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident, you can make a recovery for your past medical expenses your future medical expenses and any lost wages or loss of future earning capacity as well as what we call the intangible damages that being a pain and suffering mental anguish loss of capacity for the enjoyment of life and inconvenience.
Of course, you must still prove negligence or lack of reasonable care on the part of the at-fault party so call Personal Injury Attorney Scott Smith today or visit smith1.usercp.site
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