Arizona Bike Accident Lawyers Who Will Tell Your Story the Best
Bike accidents can cause devastating injuries to victims. The Dr. Lawyer has worked in emergency rooms and has treated many types of bike accident injuries– from cuts and scrapes to broken bones and worse. Now, the Dr. Lawyer wants to help victims of bicycle accidents secure the compensation they deserve for their injuries.
The personal injury lawyers at The Dr. Lawyer Law Group take the time to understand our clients, their injuries, and the way their injuries have affected their lives. With that understanding, The Dr. Lawyer Law Group can effectively tell your story to insurance adjusters and juries, resulting in bigger settlements and higher jury verdicts for our clients.
The Dr. Lawyer can explain your injuries and the life-long consequences of those injuries in a way few can. Our Arizona bike accident law firm works hard to ensure that insurance companies and juries completely understand the medicine involved in your accident and how extensively your life has been impacted by the bicycle accident.
If you or a loved one has been hurt while riding a bicycle in Arizona, the Dr. Lawyer would like to hear your story.
Where Are You Most Likely to Be Injured on a Bicycle in Arizona?
According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, bicycle accidents tend to occur most frequently in urban areas, particularly in cities like Phoenix, Tucson, and Mesa. In these areas, there is typically more traffic and congestion, which increases the likelihood of accidents involving cyclists.
Intersections and major roadways are common locations for bicycle accidents to occur, as drivers may be less likely to notice cyclists sharing the road with them. Additionally, areas with a high concentration of bars and restaurants may see an increase in bicycle accidents, as alcohol consumption can impair drivers' ability to see and react to cyclists. It's important for both cyclists and drivers to be aware of these common accident locations and take precautions to prevent accidents from happening.
What does The Dr. Lawyer Law Group do for you?
The Dr. Lawyer Law Group represents injured victims of bike accidents in Arizona. We are licensed professionals recognized by insurance companies as a force to be reckoned with. Insurance companies don't want you hiring an accident lawyer like the Dr. Lawyer, because we give victims a voice during their bike accident settlement negotiation, or bicycle accident lawsuit. When you hire The Dr. Lawyer Law Group for your Arizona bicycle accident, you benefit from the following services:
Assistance and advice with your medical treatment.
Investigation of your accident, including hiring reconstruction experts if needed.
Interviewing witnesses of the accident and your family and friends to better understand how your injuries have impacted your life.
Building your claim every step of the way.
Negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf. Our clients benefit from our aggressive approach to settlement negotiations.
We are never afraid to go to trial. The Dr. Lawyer Law Group obtained Arizona's highest jury verdict in 2021, and we are hungry for more. If the circumstances of your case justify going to trial, we won't hesitate to do so.
Common Bike Accident Injuries in Arizona
When you hire The Dr. Lawyer Law Group for your Arizona bike accident case, you are hiring a firm that understands your injuries better than any other personal injury firm. We help you find the best medical providers to treat your injuries and help you express the pain you are experiencing. If you believe you are suffering a common bicycle accident injury, a call with The Dr. Lawyer Law Group can help you better understand your path to recovery, and your legal rights.
Bicycle accidents can result in a wide range of injuries, ranging from minor scrapes and bruises to serious, life-threatening injuries. Some of the most common injuries sustained in bicycle accidents include:
Head injuries - Head injuries are particularly common and can be severe, even when the cyclist is wearing a helmet. These injuries can lead to concussions, traumatic brain injuries, and other serious medical conditions.
Fractures (broken bones) - Fractures can occur in any bone in the body, but are most common in the arms, legs, and wrists.
Cuts and lacerations - Cuts and lacerations can range from minor scrapes to deep wounds that require stitches.
Soft tissue injuries like sprains and strains - Soft tissue injuries like sprains and strains can cause pain, swelling, and limited mobility.
It's very important for anyone who has been involved in a bicycle accident to seek medical attention right away, even if they feel fine, as some injuries may not be immediately apparent. If you have questions after a bicycle accident in Arizona, don't hesitate to call us to discuss your legal rights after an accident.
How Do Insurance Companies
Make Money Off Of Your Injuries?
Insurance companies make money in three ways: underwriting profit, investments, and reduced overall claims expense. Underwriting profit occurs when the company insures policyholders who have few or no losses. The company earns premiums but doesn't have to pay out any money for claims. This is why the underwriting department carefully evaluates potential insureds for risk profiles that are favorable to the insurance company's complex underwriting models.
Investment income is also a way for insurance companies to make money. They are only allowed to invest a small percentage of portfolios in high-risk/high-reward investments, and most investments include bonds, short-term, and other low-yield but safe investing vehicles. Insurance company investments are supposed to be safe for the company and its investors and policyholders.
Reducing overall claims expense is the only factor that is generally within the control of the insurance company. Insurance companies gamble that their insureds will not have losses, and premiums are set on that basis. The claims department can be seen as the enforcer of this gambling racket. The company's profits increase when it employs aggressive defense tactics in claims handling and litigation management, leading to insureds abandoning their claims due to cost or frustration.
Overall, claims management is the only profit factor that is in the control of the insurance company. Senior management pays close attention to how aggressively their claims department handles policyholder claims, as it affects the company's profits. After you've been injured in a car accident, it is the claims department and senior management that work against you to profit off of your injuries.
However, when you hire experienced accident attorney, like the attorneys at The Dr. Lawyer Law Group, the insurance company's math changes. They know they won't be able to lowball you to increase profits. Instead, a personal injury law firm like ours helps you build your case and present the best evidence to increase the value of your car accident claim.