Involved in a Bicycle Accident in CT? Call (203) 877-9911 Now.
Have you been hurt in a bike accident that occurred in Connecticut? For years, the Law Office of Mark DellaValle has been helping people throughout Connecticut take action against negligent drivers and get full and fair compensation. No matter where the accident that caused your injury occurred within the state, Mark can help hold the responsible party liable for your injuries. Mark will work relentlessly to seek the compensation you deserve.
Bike Riders Have The Right To Use The Road
Norwalk bicycle accidents attorney Mark DellaValle understands that many of these cases are the result of negligent drivers who simply fail to acknowledge the rights of bike riders. Often, these accidents are the result of a negligent driver turning in front of a bicyclist who should have been given the right of way. Accidents may also occur when a car pulls too far out of a driveway, side street or parking lot and blocks the path of a bicyclist riding lawfully on the road.
Not surprisingly, bicycle accidents often result in serious injuries. Even when a bicyclist is wearing a helmet, the accident may result in life-changing injuries. These injuries could include, head injuries, spinal injuries, broken bones, road rash, and cracked ribs. Such injuries are more likely to occur in the more populated areas of Connecticut (Bridgeport, Norwalk, New Haven, etc.) but may also occur in rural areas or on highways. No matter which city you are located in, Connecticut bicycle accident attorney Mark DellaValle can likely help.
Mark takes great care to gather medical records and other evidence when preparing a case. Whether through negotiations or through arbitration, mediation or trial, he will do what is necessary to get you money for medical expenses and lost wages, seeking full and fair compensation for all of your injuries. Mark will do his best to obtain a favorable settlement in your bicycle accident case. If unable to obtain such a settlement, Mark will go to bat for you in court.
What If The Negligent Driver Did Not Hit The Bicyclist?
In some bicycle crashes, there may not be any actual contact between the negligent driver and the bicyclist. Rather, a driver’s negligence or carelessness could have forced the bicyclist to take evasive action in order to avoid the car, potentially leaving the road and colliding with something else. Even if the negligent driver did not stop, you still may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. As your lawyer, Mark will use his skill, knowledge and experience to help you pursue every possible opportunity for full compensation.
New Haven, Norwalk, and Bridgeport Bike Accident Attorney
Call 203-877-9911 or contact Mark DellaValle’s office online to schedule your free initial consultation. The law firm only recovers attorney’s fees if it is successful in your case.