Attorneys Representing Bicycle Accident Victims In Asheville

All too often, cars, trucks and other vehicle drivers forget that others also use the road. When drivers fail to look out for bicyclists, traumatic accidents can occur. Given the size difference, bike riders on the road are at a distinct disadvantage and can suffer severe injuries.

Legal Advocacy Following Bicycle Accidents

At the Asheville, North Carolina, office of Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C., our bicycle accident attorneys are prepared to fight for maximum damages on behalf of bike accident victims following accidents with cars and other vehicles. After an accident, you and your family are faced with the overwhelming task of recovering and making ends meet in the process. During this time, you need someone on your side advocating for you and fighting to ensure you have the money you need for recovery. We are committed to being that hand of help that you need.

If you or a loved one has been injured while riding along the side of the road, call our firm today for a free initial consultation.

We will work with a trusted network of medical professionals and doctors to evaluate your injury, and the cost of recovery and rehabilitation. We also take into account the amount of wages you will lose at work while recovering from your injury.

Some of the most common bicycle injuries include:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Broken bones
  • Neck and spinal cord injuries
  • Blunt force trauma
  • Severe falls and being thrown
  • Lacerations and abrasions (road rash)

As you focus on recovering from these serious injuries, we carry the legal burden of recovering compensation and ensuring that your bills are paid, and that you and your family are provided for.

Contact Our Bike Injury Lawyers Now

Call our firm toll free at 877-882-5964 or use our email contact form to schedule your free consultation. These cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you do not pay attorneys' fees or case preparation costs if we do not recover compensation for you.