Tribeca is located in Lower Manhattan and the zip codes are 10007 and 10013.
Experiencing a bicycle crash is not something that a bicycle accident victim expects when they first head out pedaling and hitting the road for some fresh air and exercise. The effect of the crash is often times felt in many different way, but affects everyone differently, based on the nature and extent of the injuries sustained. It can leave an injured cyclist laid up in bed and unbale to return to work, and in a worse case scenario, reeling for months afterwards.
A Tribeca Bicycle Accident Lawyer at Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC can help you following your bike crash in your quest to recover compensation for the injuries you sustained. We have represented hundreds of accident victims over the course of our more than 15 years of legal practice.
Our NYC bicycle accident lawyers protect cyclists' rights
Bicycles have become an omnipresent form of transportation and a very important part of our lives. No matter how careful bicyclists are, however, bicyclists will often become the victims of a crash caused by somebody else. We have a strong commitment to protecting the rights of the injured. In addition to the horrific accident that do take place, many bicyclists have stories of “close-calls” where they barely avoid an accident that could have resulted in tragedy. Bicyclists traversing through Tribeca and Manhattan more generally have the right to share and use the roadway just as motorists and pedestrians do.
5-STAR Review on AVVO
Mr. Redenburg put my mind at ease and handle my case well. I never had to make any calls to insurance companies because he took care of everything. I was able to attend therapy and get well so I could return to work. I would quickly recommend Mr. Redenburg to family and friends as well as give him a call if ever I needed legal assistance again.
Questions Following a Bicycle Accident
What Type of Compensation am I Entitled to Following a Bicycle Accident?
Generally, you may be entitled to financial compensation for both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages are those to which a specific dollar amount can be attached. These include all current and medical expenses for treating your injuries. Another example is lost wages, if your injuries left you unable to return to your job.
Non-economic damages include pain and suffering, emotional distress, and any disability you may have suffered, loss of future earnings if you were left unable to work, and loss of enjoyment of life.
The Dollar Value of Your Case
There is simply no answer to this question, as every case is different. The reality is that just like no two people are the same, no two cases are the same. But generally, the value of a personal injury case depends on a lot of different factors. This will include the extent of your injuries, the total cost of your medical bills, the amount of your lost wages, how much your life was affected and all of the circumstances surrounding the accident. Additionally, the amount of insurance coverage that the adverse vehicle has will become important and also whether you have any insurance coverage that you may be able to look to, above and beyond that of the tortfeasor's coverage.
Many bicyclists who are hit by cars suffer injuries with severe and long-term consequences. Their medical expenses can be overwhelming, and they are often left unable to return to work right away.
If you have been injured in a bicycle accident due to someone else's negligence, contact the bicycle accident attorneys at Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC and get the wheels of justice spinning for you. Call 212-240-9465 now!