Yes, you can. The facts and circumstances of each individual claim are going to determine who is at fault. Bicyclists do not always have the right of way, and must also be careful and responsible while operating their bicycles.
The facts and circumstances of what happened are going to determine who is at fault. Just because you’re on a bicycle and you’re hit by a motor vehicle does not mean that you can’t be found at fault.
Julie S. Luhrsen, Esq.
Julie Luhrsen represents the injured. Like Atticus Finch, the fictional hero of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, for Julie it’s about looking out for others, it’s about leveling the playing field.
For over 20 years, Julie’s been looking out for personal injury victims and their families who’ve suffered injuries due to someone else’s carelessness or wrongdoing. She’d welcome the chance to stand in your shoes and evaluate your case – confidentially and at no cost. Please contact her today if you or a loved one has been a victim of an automobile crash, motorcycle wreck, slip or trip and fall incident, homeowner negligence, or any other negligent injury or wrongful death.