We Take On Serious Motorcycle Accident Cases
Walking or biking on the street is unavoidable for anyone trying to get around their city. Unfortunately, sharing the road with cars can become dangerous. Bikes offer little protection during an accident, and as a pedestrian, you have no protection from a vehicle. When a car hits a cyclist or runner, it is often a serious accident with significant injuries.
That is where Rosenberg, Kirby, Cahill, Stankowitz & Richardson steps in. Since 1977 we have fought for the rights of individuals involved in motor vehicle accidents. We will aggressively pursue the compensation you deserve from insurance companies and the at-fault driver or other negligent parties.
We Always Fight For Maximum Compensation
When you work with our team, you will always work one-on-one with an assigned attorney. We care about you and your situation and bring compassion, personal attention and clear communication to every case. When you have been struck by a car during road or crosswalk accidents, you need a lawyer well-versed in all types of pedestrian accidents.
We have worked with hundreds of pedestrian and bicyclists cases where the driver is:
- Distracted or texting
- Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Speeding or ignoring traffic signs
- Failing to yield to the pedestrian right of way
- Turning without using a signal
- Driving unsafely in the weather or road conditions
Contact us right away if you or a loved one were hit by a car or involved in an accident due to someone else’s negligent driving. We will advocate for your case and seek coverage for medical bills, damages, pain and suffering and lost wages from work.
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Act fast before the evidence of your accident is no longer available. We make the process easy by taking your case off your hands — so you can focus on recovery.
Personal injury and workers’ compensation cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless we effectively recover compensation in your case.