Understanding The Dangerous Nature Of Bicycle And Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrians and bicyclists can suffer serious injuries when they are hit by cars, trucks and public transportation vehicles. Drivers have a responsibility to share the road with cyclists and pedestrians. If you were injured on a bike or while walking or jogging, you are likely entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering.

The Law Office of Tom Guccione in Brooklyn represents injured pedestrians and bicyclists throughout New York City. Attorney Tom Guccione has the experience and knowledge to pursue the maximum compensation you are allowed under the law. He also knows that suffering a serious injury can affect your life for years. You can rely on him for skilled, dedicated representation throughout your personal injury case.

Why You Need Legal Representation

Pedestrians and bicyclists are often injured in accidents that occur:

  • On the street
  • In crosswalks
  • In parking lots and parking ramps
  • In driveways and alleys

Because cyclists and pedestrians have no protection against a vehicle, even a relatively minor accident can result in catastrophic injuries. These accidents often cause injuries such as broken bones, amputations, spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries. In addition, accident victims may suffer severe lacerations, road rash and scarring, which can result in permanent disfigurement.

If you or a family member has suffered severe injuries, you will need significant compensation to cover your losses today and in the future. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help you understand what your long-term medical and financial needs will be. With 34 years of experience in these types of cases, Tom Guccione can assess your case and fight for the financial compensation you deserve.

Put Experience On Your Side

For a free consultation with a lawyer, please call 718-596-4184 today. You can complete the online contact form if you prefer. Mr. Guccione will respond to your message promptly.