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Injured in an Accident in Georgia?

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Injured in a Bicycle Accident?

If you are a cyclist involved in a bicycle accident in Georgia you have rights. Cycling accident victims far too often do not pursue their cycling accident cases to the fullest extent of the law. Unfortunately, the amount of bicycle accidents involving motorists is on the rise, and cyclists involved in accidents need to protect themselves legally. Whether you are involved in a hit and run, DUI or any other bicycle accident involving a car or motorist, you do have rights.

Georgia Bicycle Lawyers protects cyclists’ legal rights in cycling and bicycle accident cases in Georgia. Active cyclists and committed bicycling advocates, our attorneys are dedicated to protecting cyclists and seeking justice and compensation for bicycle accident victims.

What To Do After a Bicycle Accident?

If you are involved in a bike crash you do have rights. Before riding, cyclists need to protect themselves. In addition to protective gear, bicyclists need to protect their legal rights by know what to do in case of a bicycle accident.

The Georgia Bicycle Lawyers in our firm are committed to protecting cyclists’ rights and we have created the following do’s and don’ts to help you protect your rights in case of a crash. Want to get these do’s and don’ts on a handy, waterproof plastic business card to take on your next ride?

Do’s and Don’ts After a Bike Accident

  • DO get the color, make, model, and license plate number of the driver’s vehicle
  • DO get the names and contact information for all witnesses   
  • DO not provide inconsistent information to any medical treater, the medical chart will be evidence in the future
  • DO use your cell phone to take pictures of the vehicle that hit you and record other valuable information
  • DO cooperate with law enforcement, give the officer your account of what happened and your name and address
  • DO keep your GPS data, possible valuable information can be obtained
  • DON’T discuss any aspect of the crash, including who might be at fault, with the driver, these statements may be used against you by the insurance company
  • DON’T attempt to negotiate with the driver, it is the insurance company who is in charge after the accident
  • DON’T let the driver leave without getting a driver’s license and proof of insurance. Insist on seeing the actual documents

Speak to a bicycle accident attorney about your case by calling our toll-free helpline or completing the free case evaluation form on this website.