Bicycle Accident Attorney South Florida

Florida is the most dangerous State in the country for bicycles.

The sunny skies and great year-round weather has made South Florida a hotspot for bicyclists. Under Florida law, a bicycle must follow all of the traffic regulations that apply to cars on the road. To be safe, it is best to ride a bicycle as you would drive a car. For example, stop at stop signs, signal to other drivers on the road, avoid abrupt stops and ride with the flow of traffic. This is all common sense. 

Still, even though most people on bikes are following all of the rules, people on bicycles are still far getting killed in Florida more often than any other state.

 According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, Florida dominates the rankings of most dangerous states for bicycle riders.

What should you do if you are hit by a car while riding a bike?

Even if you think you might have been at fault, you should still speak a lawyer. 

No matter what the cause, a bicycle colliding with a car or truck can be life changing and catastrophic.  Bike accidents can result in serious injuries, such as head trauma, paralysis, broken bones, permanent disability or even death. You might be able to get a bicycle accident attorney in South Florida who will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.Don’t live near Boca? Matthew will come to you and he’s not looking to get paid to meet you. 

All isAt Waring Law, we believe there should be room for bicyclists and motorists on our Florida roads. We will work tirelessly to get compensation for medical expenses, loss of wages and pain and suffering. Learn more about Attorney Matthew Waring on our about page.

If you or someone you know has been injured while riding a bicycle in Florida, contact Waring Law today.  When you  call or text us at (954) 388-0646, you will speak directly with South Florida Bike Accident Attorney Matthew Waring – not a paralegal or case manager. All consultations are 100% free.  

It is our goal to help our clients recover physically and financially as quick as we can so they can get back to living their best lives.