Bicycle Accident


Very professional and courteous! Sergio always returned my phone calls. He was very patient while answering my questions. My case settled quickly, and I received more than I expected. I would highly recommend this firm.

Brad A.


Professional and genuine. Committed to his clientele's best interest. Timely and prompt response. Never had to wait for callbacks.

Sabrina V.


Top-notch law firm, always available to answer any questions. Very professional! Highly recommended!

Yanett G.


(Translated by Google) Attorney Sergio Vichera was very friendly and always answered my calls no matter what the hours were. He explained everything to me and kept me up to date on my case until the end. I received the maximum compensation. I recommend it to all my friends and family. The best lawyer I have ever had.

Daniel D.
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Over nine million people take a bike ride in the United States every day. Although this is a healthy and fun way to get around, it also exposes you to motor vehicles and potentially catastrophic accidents. If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident, contact Injured Florida Law for the legal representation you need.

How to Make Your Bike Rides Safer

Your health and safety should always be a top priority. Here are some tips that will enhance your safety on your next ride:

  • Never forget your helmet
  • Use reflectors or other means to light up yourself and your bike, so drivers don’t miss you on the road
  • Always signal when you are turning
  • Use a bell or call out to pedestrians so they know you are coming
  • Never ride against traffic
  • Avoid busy streets and slow down when you come to intersections

Understanding How Fault is Determined in Florida

Some people have the false impression that if they were the victims of an accident, then they are entitled to the total amount of a claim. However, Florida is a comparative fault state. That means that the court will determine what percentage of the accident was each party’s fault and distribute damages accordingly.

Say, for example, that you were riding against the traffic flow and did not stop at a stop sign before you were struck by a vehicle. The court might grant your claim, but they also determine that you had 50% responsibility for the accident. In this case, your awarded claim might be reduced by half to be commensurate with your amount of fault in the event.

Do You Need Legal Representation After a Bicycle Accident?

Whether you’ve been injured or suffered damages to your property, the legal team at Injured Florida Law can help you recover and reach a just outcome. Give us a call today to get started or schedule your first consultation.

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