Are You a Delivery Worker Injured in a Vancouver Bicycle Accident? Attorneys at McComb Witten Can Answer Your Questions.
Our Vancouver bicycle injury attorneys often hear terrible stories about delivery workers hurt in the line of duty.
Perhaps your nephew suffered contusions and a broken back, when a truck hit him while he was riding to deliver lunch to clients. Maybe you suffered lacerations and broken bones, after the bike you borrowed from your company skidded out at an intersection.
In addition to dealing with a potentially serious medical situation, you must also consider how your employer might enter the picture, legally speaking. For instance:
- Perhaps the company bike that you borrowed had not been serviced effectively, and a broken brake or under-deflated tire contributed to your wreck.
- Maybe your employer asked you to drive a bicycle or wear a helmet that was obviously dangerous or not fit for service.
- Perhaps your employer illegally overworked you, thus indirectly contributing to the fatigue that sparked your accident.
Getting to the Truth About Your Vancouver Bike Accident
Before you can identify who caused what and what should be done to compensate you for your medical troubles, lost work, and other damages, you first need a clear picture of what happened in your crash.
To get an accurate assessment, you may need a multi-faceted investigation of the scene. For help, connect with a seasoned bike accident law firm—one that has the resources and track record to help you achieve your goals. After all, even apparently routine Vancouver bike crash cases can turn out to be anything but. Understanding the subtleties of your case is the key to achieving victory. To that end, please connect with the McComb Witten team today by dialing us at 604-255-9018 and download our free report, Your Family Doctor Could Make or Break Your ICBC Claim, to educate yourself further about the post-crash process.