St. Louis Bicycle Accident Lawyers

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The combination of “greener” philosophies and rising gas prices has seen more and more people walking and riding bicycles. While pedestrians have the right of way, they are at the mercy of drivers. When a pedestrian is struck by a car, truck or motorcycle, he or she will almost always be seriously injured. When cyclists are struck, they often have a difficult case in front of them due to complicated legal logistics.

In both of these cases, a driver’s insurance company will do anything possible to blame the injured victim. The obvious goal is to limit or prevent compensation. Adjusters may even attempt to collect statements to use against a victim.

Because of this, it is crucial that injured cyclists and pedestrians partner with the strongest lawyer possible at the earliest opportunity.

If you or a loved one has been injured cycling or walking, we are here for you.

Missouri Pedestrian Injury Attorneys

Because we have more than 30 years experience representing victims of personal injury, we deeply understand the damage of pedestrian/cyclist injuries.

By intervening early and building a case for litigation, we have recovered millions of dollars for our clients. We want to point out that just because a pedestrian was not in a crosswalk, it does not necessarily mean he or she is at fault — pedestrians are always afforded the right of way.

Inform yourself of your rights and get in touch with us at the earliest possibility.

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our St. Louis bicycle accident attorneys, call 636-530-9199 or email The Roberts Law Firm, P.C.

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