Columbus Ohio Bicycle Accident Lawyers | Clark, Perdue & List

Bicycle Accident Lawyers

With variable gas prices and the growing popularity of the “green” movement, more people are using bicycles as a daily mode of transportation. When negligent drivers collide with bikers, injuries can be extremely serious. To make matters worse, these kinds of cases present unique challenges, as cyclists’ rights vary based on circumstances. Sometimes it is difficult to prove negligence. Therefore, strong legal counsel from a qualified bicycle accident attorney.

Ohio Bicycle Accident Lawyers

To fight for you, we will use the experience we have developed securing millions of dollars in just compensation for injured clients for more than 34 years. We will help you obtain the compensation you deserve in cases involving:

  • Left turns in front of a bike
  • Clipping a bike while passing
  • Failing to yield to a bike at a stoplight

We will do everything necessary to uncover all facts, monitor your recovery and fully document all damages. In the event that insurance companies will not settle for what’s fair, we will obtain fairness in court.

Contact Our Columbus Ohio Bicycle Accident Lawyers

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Ohio, car accident lawyer, please contact Clark, Perdue & List via email or at 614-469-1400.

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