Naples Bike Accident Lawyer & Pedestrian Accident Attorney
Each year, thousands of people sustain injuries biking or walking in crosswalks, on streets, in parks and in other locations. Many of these accidents are serious, and some of them prove to be fatal. All too often, pedestrian and bicycle accidents happen because of negligence on the part of a driver or another person.
McHenry County pedestrian, bike accident attorney has more than 30 years of experience of helping clients assert their rights.
At Hanaford Law in Chicago, Illinois, we can advise you if you or a loved one was hit by a vehicle while walking, jogging or riding a bike. If negligence was involved, we can help you seek compensation for medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering.
Contact our law firm to learn how we can apply our years of experience and legal skills to your benefit during a free consultation.
Identifying the Cause of Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents
At Hanaford Law, Robert Hanaford bike and pedestrian accident lawyer in McHenry County, Chicago, has decades of experience proving fault in complex personal injury claims.
We conduct thorough investigations to identify the cause of pedestrian and bicycle accidents such as:
- Drunk drivers who hit a pedestrian or cyclist
- Drivers who fail to yield at a crosswalk or stop at a stop sign
- Motorists who sped or drove recklessly
- Drivers distracted talking on a cellphone or texting
We know the law and are prepared to identify fault in bicycle and pedestrian accidents. All of our personal injury claims are prepared with enough evidence to prove fault in trial. Our clients-driven approach often prompts the at-fault party’s insurance provider to make large settlement offers and avoid going up against us in trial.
Contact Our Top-Rated Naples Pedestrian & Bike Accident Lawyers Today
We will take the time to understand what happened and help you decide whether to pursue a personal injury or wrongful death claim. If we represent you, you will not be charged any legal fees unless and until you receive compensation.