Bicycle Accident Attorneys
Bicycle accident attorneys and lawyers at Parke Gordon Law Firm assist clients who have been in bicycle crashes in Boise, Idaho and surrounding areas such as Meridian, Caldwell, and Nampa. Our bicycle accident attorneys will take steps to ensure your rights are fully protected. The law office of Parke Gordon Law Firm will seek to recover all your damages and maximize your settlement and recovery. Our accident injury attorneys have effectively represented bicyclists and obtained impressive settlements for our bike accident clients.
Bicycle Accident Injuries in Southeast Idaho
Bicycle accident injuries are often serious due to the lack of protection to bicyclists and the size and force differences when a vehicle collides with a bike. Our attorneys will help ensure that our bicycle accident clients obtain suitable medical care and treatment and ensure that the negligent motorist is held accountable. Take the stress out of your bike accident by hiring an experienced bike accident lawyer to settle your case. At Parke Gordon Law Firm, our attorneys believe every client deserves fair representation not just big insurance companies with deep pockets.
Tips to Protect Yourself from a Bike Accident
If you are planning on riding a bike for fun or to commute, protect yourself from a bicycle accident with these five tips.
- Always follow the rules of the road. Even when you are not driving a car, a bicycle riding on the road is still responsible to follow the rules. Obey all traffic signals and yield the right-of-way when necessary.
- Watch for cars and pedestrians. Bicyclists pose a threat to pedestrians just like a car poses a threat to a biker. Always be courteous to cars and pedestrians while on a bike.
- Be visible. Wear brightly colored clothing and use lights or reflectors to be seen easily.
- Stay in designated bike areas when possible. If possible, chose a route with a bike lane to keep yourself safe.
- Teach your kids to be safe on a bike too.
Tips to Avoid Bicycle Accidents After Dark
Many choose to bike after dark to get in more time for exercise. This is especially true during late Fall and Winter months when it gets dark early. Parke Gordon Law Firm would like to remind drivers to be extra cautious of bike riders. After dark, drivers have a limited line of vision. Sometimes the only form of light for drivers are the car’s headlights. Also, depth and peripheral vision is worsened because of poor or limited light. If you are going to ride a bicycle after dark, here are some things to remember to avoid bicycle accidents after dark.
- Stay on well-lit streets.
- Wear reflective gear.
- Add reflective gear to your bike.
- Take extra lights.
Personal Injury Attorney Boise Accident Blog
Read the Parke Gordon Law Firm Boise Accident Blog for more tips on how to avoid an accident as well as recent articles and stories about current accidents that have occurred in or around Boise. Our blog is full of tips to prevent accidents as well as local stories of accidents that have occurred in or around Boise.
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Contact a Bicycle Accident Attorney Now
Contact our bicycle accident attorneys for a free consultation. This is your opportunity to discuss your bicycle accident case with an experienced lawyer. We’re on your side and will fight for your rights. Our trusted attorneys can usually tell you over the phone if you have a good case. Call our Boise law office today at (208) 322-7274. You pay nothing until your case is settled.
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