West Allis Bicycle Accident Attorney
Bicyclists are among the most vulnerable users of the road. When they are struck by motor vehicles, riders are often left with devastating injuries. If you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a bicycle accident, please call us today.
Mingo & Yankala, S.C. is uniquely equipped to take on complicated West Allis bicycle accidents. Schedule your free consultation with our West Allis bike accident lawyer when you call our office at 414-273-7400.
Why Mingo & Yankala, S.C.
The West Allis bicycle accident attorney that you hire to represent you after a serious bicycle accident is one of the most important decisions that you will make. At Mingo & Yankala, S.C., we have extensive experience helping those who have been injured in motor vehicle collisions. We understand the issues involved and how to build strong cases.
- We are real trial attorneys who are not afraid to bring your case to court.
- We have began our careers as insurance defense attorneys, so we know how they will approach the case and how to counter their tactics
- We received the AVVO Clients’ Choice Award two years back to back
- Our West Allis injury lawyers never charge any fees until we win your case
- We are available to see our clients at their hospital, home, or via Zoom meeting
How Bike Accidents Occur
While bicycles provide riders with many benefits, they offer little in the way of protection in collisions with motor vehicles. Their small profile also makes them easy for inattentive or careless drivers to lose track of. In many cases, drivers fail to notice a cyclist and turn or merge right into them. In cases involving dooring, occupants of parked vehicles open doors directly into or in front of approaching cyclists, knocking them down or into oncoming traffic. The unfortunate reality is that even when cyclists follow traffic rules and ride in dedicated bike lanes, they are at risk of being struck and injured or killed.
Important Evidence in Bike Accident Cases
To build a successful bike accident case, your bicycle attorney will need to prove that another party was negligent and cause the accident, that your injuries were a result of the accident, and that you suffered real, tangible losses as a result. In bike accident cases, evidence can include:
- Photos of your injuries
- Photos of the accident
- Medical records
- Surveillance footage
- Police reports
- Forensic evidence
- Witness statements
- Expert testimony
Unfortunately, as time passes, evidence can become lost or be destroyed. Tire skid marks may disappear, video footage may be deleted, witnesses may become unreliable. However, it is important that you hire an injury lawyer to investigate your claim and preserve evidence as soon as possible.
Speak With a West Allis Bicycle Accident Lawyer
After a bike accident, you don’t have to deal with growing medical expenses and financial uncertainty alone. With help from an experienced West Allis bicycle accident attorney, you can focus on your recovery while we handle the legal process.
Call Mingo & Yankala, S.C. today for a free and confidential case evaluation at 414-273-7400.