The streets of New York are filled with bicycles, and that number will rise with the apparent success of the New York City Bike Program. Bicycle accidents have always been a frequent occurrence in the city, and because of the lack of bodily protection of bicyclists, serious injuries can occur.
If you have been injured or a family member has died in a bicycle accident, you may be eligible for compensation. You should speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to learn about your rights and your legal options.Don't Suffer Alone. Contact A Bike Accident Lawyer.
Caesar and Napoli, P.C., is a law firm with extensive experience in bicycle and pedestrian accident cases in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan. We seek full compensation for every client, including medical costs and damages for lost income, pain and suffering, and other losses. When you choose us to represent you, we will:
- Investigate the accident — Our team of attorneys will undertake a thorough investigation to learn how the accident happened and to document the fault of the other party.
- Analyze insurance coverage issues — In a bicycle accident case, there may be multiple sources of compensation, particularly if the accident victim worked for a delivery service. Our New York City bicycle accident lawyers will seek compensation from all possible sources.
- Learn about your medical needs — Working with your doctor or other medical specialists, we will identify your current and future medical needs. In a case involving catastrophic injuries, such as head injury or spinal cord injury, this could include a life care planner, who can develop a comprehensive listing of all of the care, therapy and services the accident victim will need.
- Seek full compensation — Caesar and Napoli, P.C., will be your strong advocate, seeking the best possible jury award or settlement for you.
For a free consultation about a bicycle accident case, contact Caesar and Napoli, P.C. Our personal injury lawyers serve clients in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan and elsewhere in the New York metropolitan area.