Hit-and-Run Bike Accidents

Legal Information Regarding Your Rights and Options Following Bike Accidents

Hit-and-Run Bike Accidents

When two cars collide, legal follow-up steps are simple: Insurance information is exchange and claims are filed. When a bicyclist is struck by car, though, legal steps are less clear. Whose insurance company is responsible for damage? Which types of insurance apply? And what can you do if the automobile driver leaves the scene?

The San Francisco law firm of Weber of Weber & Nierenberg can quickly and effectively handle the full legalities of your hit and run bike accident case or other type of bike accident. Attorney Joseph S. Nierenberg have handled hundreds of accident claims and have accomplished a track record that includes countless six- and seven-figure settlements and verdicts.

One common challenge in bike accidents is a driver who leaves the scene. It is difficult to resolve complex insurance issues, especially when you are recovering from a serious injury.

We have a broad and comprehensive understanding of insurance policies as they relate to bicycle hit-and-run accidents. Even if the vehicle driver fled the scene, we can work aggressively to identify avenues of financial recovery for your loss, including health insurance policies and automobile policies.

Whichever insurer is responsible for your injuries, it will have a vested interest in minimizing its exposure to costs, and claim denials are common. Once we identify the responsible insurer(s), we can build a strongest-possible claim and work to recover your full and fair compensation.

For more information regarding a hit-and-run bike accident or any other type of accident, email us or call 1-866-288-6010.

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