Blog

Bike Accidents in Los Angeles

Every year, there are thousands of bike accidents in Los Angeles. Fortunately, most of them are minor and don’t result in any significant personal injury or property damage. But there are some cases where a cyclist is seriously injured as a result of a bike accident. This often happens in case of a collision with a motor vehicle, such as a car, bus or truck.

Negligent Motorists Are Often Responsible for Bike Accidents in Los Angeles

If you’ve been injured in a bike accident caused by the negligent action of a motorist, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Many motorists drive their vehicles unsafely around cyclists by failing to maintain a proper distance from bicycles on the road. Some may fail to signal, drive aggressively, ignore traffic lights or drive while being distracted by a mobile device. These are all actions that have the potential to cause collisions with other road users, especially cyclists.

The Ryan Law Group can review the accident documentation and perform independent investigations to determine who was at fault in an accident. We have several years of experience representing people who were injured as a result of bike accidents in Los Angeles, as well as a solid track record of obtaining fair compensation for the clients we represent.

How Hiring an Attorney Can Help You Obtain the Compensation You Deserve

If you were injured as a result of third-party negligence, you should consult with an experienced personal injury attorney in Los Angeles quickly. California law only gives you a limited amount of time to file a personal injury claim after the event took place. Our attorneys will fight to get you compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering and losses due to taking time off work.

The Ryan Law Group is ready to provide you with quality legal advice and representation. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team of attorneys today and schedule a free consultation.

$2.375 Million

Confidential v. Confidential Wrongful Death
Failure to Maintain Safety Equipment at a Gym

$1.8 Million

Jury Verdict
Auble v. Chapman:
Plaintiff was injured when hospital failed to appropriately respond to her complaints.

$1.125 Million

Wrongful Death
Confidential:
Recovery on behalf of father who lost his adult son.

$950,000

Sexual Harassment
Confidential:
Settlement in sexual harassment case.

$775,000

Sexual Misconduct
Confidential:
Settlement in sexual misconduct against a physician.