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Bike Accident Case 101

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
Personal Injury Lawyer at McComb Witten Marcoux

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9/10/2013
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You have to walk before you run.

You need to lay the foundation before you can do the framing.

And you need to understand that there are TWO key pieces to a bike accident case.

Here's the thing. You need to have a handle on the BASICS if you're going to stand a chance of being successful with your bike injury claim.

First things first. You need to PROVE  that your bike accident was caused full or partly by someone else's negligence. You want examples? OK. Like a driver opening their car door right in front of you. Or a car making a right turn directly across your path. Those kinds of things.

Secondly, you need be able to prove that you were injured as a result of your bike accident. That's right. It's not enough to have been involved in an accident to get compensated. You need to PROVE that you got hurt as a result. i.e. being able to show photos of your bruises; or being able to put forward doctors records which confirm that your  injuries were caused by your accident.

Alright there's some basics.

Is there alot more to putting together a successful bike injury case? Of course.

But you need to start from the start.

 

 



Category: Bicycle Accidents


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