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Bicycle accidents are almost always very serious. The lack of protection and the force of the impact cause serious accident injuries such as brain damage, spinal cord injury, severe lacerations and broken bones. Many lead to wrongful death. Negligent parties should be held liable for the emotional, physical and financial damage they cause.
At The Jaklitsch Law Group, our bicycle accident lawyers represent people from Maryland and Virginia who are suffering from a bike accident injury, as well as families who are grieving the loss of a loved one. We build strong cases that effectively portray the full impact of the serious or fatal accident. Trust us to exercise your rights and recover the compensation you deserve.
To determine who is at fault and recover damages, our Maryland injury lawyers consult accident reconstruction experts, review police reports and interview witnesses to gain a clear picture of the accident. Medical reports are also important to determine the full extent of the injury. Working with the necessary professionals, we will make sure to seek a proper and just amount from the responsible party.
We also help recover compensation in hit-and-run accidents or bike accidents involving an underinsured or uninsured motorist. Often, our clients can recover financial damages from their own insurance policies. Our lawyers will determine whether this is an option for you.
If you suffered a bicycle accident injury, or your loved one died when a car hit him or her while on a bike, contact an injury attorney at The Jaklitsch Law Group today for a FREE consultation. Our goal is simple: recover the maximum compensation to which you are entitled.
From our office in Upper Marlboro and Annapolis, we represent injured people throughout Prince George’s County, Anne Arundel County and in southern Maryland (Baltimore, Bowie, Suitland-Silver Hill, Greenbelt, Waldorf, Saint Charles, Clinton, Parole, and Columbia). If you cannot come to us, we can arrange to meet you in Maryland or Virginia.