HOUSTON BICYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYER
Bicycle accidents occur with all types of motor vehicles, pedestrians, and sometimes even other bicyclists. At the Law Offices of Alexander M. Gurevich in Houston, our bicycle accident attorney has many years of experience investigating every possible legal route to recovering the full compensation injured bicyclists deserve.
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If you are bicyclist that has been involved in a bicycle accident, you need a Houston bicycle accident lawyer who can take over the investigation of your case so that you can concentrate on your physical recovery. We help you find an appropriate medical specialist to provide treatment. We may be able to arrange for your medical care providers to wait for payment until your case is resolved through settlement or trial.
Our Houston Accident Attorney is here to HELP your case
If your bicycle accident concerned an automobile, you should be aware that in the state of Texas, motorists are required to be covered by insurance or other proof of financial responsibility. Drivers cannot just blame bicyclists for their accident and move on. You have the right pursue adequate compensation!
Making the claim for a bicycle accident can be difficult, especially if the driver of the car claims that they did nothing wrong. Our bicycle accident attorney understands insurance law, in Houston and Texas, and we are skilled at negotiating with insurance companies.
A Houston Accident Lawyer can explain your legal rights
If you or a loved one is a victim of a bicycle accident, call the Law Offices of Alexander M. Gurevich at (713) 224-9600 to connect with an experienced Houston accident attorney today. Your initial consultation is free of charge, and if we agree to accept your case, we work on a contingent fee basis. This means you pay for our services only if you receive a monetary award or recovery of funds. Do not delay! You may have a valid claim and be entitled to compensation for your injuries, but you must settle your claim or file a lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires.