for Your Maximum
Call Us at 212-240-9465 When You Need the Best Harlem Bicycle Accident Lawyer
Our tenacious and knowledgeable attorney at Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC represents clients in personal injury cases, including bicycle accidents, to secure fair compensation and offer legal expertise and support.
If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a bike accident, our Harlem bicycle accident lawyers will research your case, identify the liable parties, negotiate economic or non-economic damages and if needed, represent you in court. You will want to retain the best bicycle accident lawyer that you can find.
The most common accidents involving bicycles include:
The statute of limitations defines that after a bicycle accident in New York, you have three (3) years to submit a personal injury claim. After this period, you are no longer eligible to seek compensation for your bike accident injuries.
If you are filing a claim against a municipality or a government agency, such as the City of New York, you must do so within one year and 90 days from the date of the bicycle accident. The first step in this process is to submit a Notice of a Claim within 90 days after the accident.
The Comparative Negligence Law in New York states that everyone can seek compensation for a bicycle accident injury, regardless of the extent to which they contributed to the accident. If they are found at fault, their compensation will be decreased by the percentage of their fault.
This law states that motor vehicle drivers or passengers must check for approaching cyclists and pedestrians before opening vehicle doors, to minimize the risk of hurting them.
This law states that drivers must drive safely to avoid colliding with cyclists and use their horn to signal their presence. Typically, this means giving a cyclist the right of way to prevent an accident. Disobeying this law and causing an injury to a cyclist can result in a fine, jail time or driver’s license suspension.
These laws state that all motorists must drive on the right side of the road. If a motorist wants to pass a cyclist, the motorist must move to the left. If safe, the motorist must also increase their speed to pass the cyclist, ensuring enough distance between the two.
The parties that can be held responsible for this bike accident include negligent drivers, negligent drivers’ employers, transit companies, manufacturers of faulty vehicle or bike components, government agencies or pedestrians.
New York is a no-fault state. This means that if an accident occurs, your medical bills, lost wages and in-house help expenses will be covered by your auto insurance or homeowner policies.
In addition, after a bike accident, you can seek compensation for different types of damages such as:
You can file a claim or launch a lawsuit against the driver who caused your injuries, in order to seek compensation for your pain and suffering.
If your bike was damaged because of the accident, you can seek compensation for property damage.
You have the right to file a claim and seek compensation for wrongful death if the bicycle accident resulted in the loss of a loved one.
Michael Redenburg is a great attorney! Our experience with him was very successful. Mr. Redenburg has a high level of integrity, experience and know how to manage your case with the utmost level of confidence. I highly recommend him to anyone looking for a good attorney.
If you have been injured as the result of a cycling accident due to someone else’s negligence, contact the best Harlem Bicycle Accident Lawyer at Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC and get the wheels of justice spinning for you. Call 212-240-9465 now!