Being involved in an accident is an extremely painful and traumatic experience. As a bicycle accident victim, the pain and suffering can be magnified not only due to the fact that bicyclists have very little to protect themselves in an accident, but also due to the fact that bicycle accident cases may not be treated the same as other vehicle-related accidents. In fact, many bicycle accidents are never even reported to the police. In other cases, when they are reported, insurance companies and law enforcement can be quick to lay blame on the bicyclist rather than on the negligent driver. In a state like New Jersey, which operates under a "comparative negligence" law, such actions can be detrimental to the victim of a bicycle accident and their families.

At Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law, we believe you should receive the exact same opportunity to recover compensation for the injuries and damages you sustained, as any other victim of a car, truck or motorcycle accident. That is why our attorneys are committed to seeing that you receive the fair and just legal treatment you need in order to be able to tend to your recovery and get back to living your life, as much as possible. In order to protect your interests, we recommend you contact our firm and speak with our skilled Bergen County personal injury attorney as soon as possible after your accident, and prior to speaking with insurance adjusters or considering accepting any settlement. When you contact our firm, we will work tirelessly to gather all information pertaining to your accident in order to determine the cause of the accident and who should be held liable. Then we will work hard on your behalf to help you seek the compensation you rightfully deserve.

Keep in mind that any delay in obtaining legal counsel could have a negative impact on your case and on your claim. So, if you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a bicycle accident, contact Brandon J. Broderick Attorney at Law today to discuss your case and review your legal options.

Posted by: Brandon J. Bro…
Date: Mon, 05/13/2013 - 12:10

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