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Albuquerque Bicycle Accidents Attorney

Avoid Being Taken for a Devastating Ride

Bicyclists across the country know how much fun hopping on a bike can be.

That said cyclists know just how devastating a serious cycling accident can be, especially if one comes in contact with a motor vehicle.

In the event you or a loved one has been injured while on a bike, where will you go for legal help?

By turning to a New Mexico accident attorney, you can better position yourself (or your loved one) to receive the just compensation you deserve for both your physical and mental suffering.

In looking for an accident attorney in New Mexico, you want one who will leave no stone unturned in trying to make sure those responsible for your accident are held accountable.

Once you have chosen an accident attorney to represent you, be sure to discuss with them the following:

  • Accident details – Where and when did the accident take place? Were you cycling in an area where drivers are known to regularly speed? What were the road conditions like at the scene of your accident? In some instances, local officials (city, town etc.) could be held responsible if there are known road problems (sizable potholes, missing signage etc.) and they have not addressed them. Did anyone (or local video cameras) witness your accident? If so, would they speak on your behalf that someone else was negligent in causing you to crash?
  • Injuries and financial fallout – What kind of injury or injuries did you suffer? Will you require substantial physical rehabilitation to recover? You also need to discuss how this accident has impacted you financially. If missing time at work (and not being compensated for that time), how will that impact your ability to provide for yourself and/or your family?

Don’t let a bicycle accident steer your life in the wrong direction.

Contact a New Mexico personal injury attorney today so you don’t get taken for a financial ride tomorrow.