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Were You Injured in a Bicycle Accident?

Even though it’s a law in Ontario, not all motorists “share the road” with bicycle riders. All too often, that leads to the worst-case scenario: Bicycle crashes that injure, or even kill.

If you or someone you care about has been seriously injured in a bicycle accident, you probably have many questions. If you’re wondering who will pay for your medical bills, whether or not you have a legal case, or what steps to take if you do, we can help. Call us today.

We’ll make sense of your insurance paperwork, protect your legal rights, and fight for the money you deserve to compensate you for your injuries. Call our experienced bicycle Paralegal Team today for a free case review. We’re available 24/7 to answer your legal questions.

Who Pays the Medical Bills From my Bicycle Accident?
For years, our Legal Team has helped thousands of clients who were seriously injured in bicycle accidents, and we understand how quickly medical bills can pile up following a crash. One of the first questions that injury victims ask us after a bicycle accident when they call our office is, “Who will pay for my medical bills?”

Unfortunately, there is no quick and easy answer. Who’s liable for your medical bills is determined by many factors, including the nature of your accident, and insurance coverage—both yours, as well as the policy of the person who caused the accident.

If You Have Car Insurance…
If you were injured while riding your bicycle, your Ontario auto insurance is the first line of financial defense following an accident, covering your medical bills. However, the amount of coverage you have largely depends on whether you have a full-tort or limited-tort policy.

If You Do NOT Have Car Insurance…
If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident and you do not drive, there are several other insurance scenarios that could play out:

● If you live with a relative who owns a car and has car insurance, you may be covered under their policy.
● If you have a personal health insurance policy, or one offered through your employer, your medical bills could be covered under that policy.
●  You may be able to file a claim against the driver’s insurance company.

Dealing With Insurance Companies
No matter what your insurance coverage, we can’t stress enough: Don’t say anything to, or sign anything from, an insurance company—yours or theirs—before you seek the advice of an Paralegal Team.

When it comes to legal claims for bicycle crashes, there are no guarantees—even when it’s clear that someone else is at fault. The driver who hit you could be uninsured or under-insured, or the insurance company may pressure you into a low-ball settlement.

Don’t delay. Call us today for a free case review. There’s never an obligation to use our services, and there’s never a fee unless we get money for you.

Do You Have a Bicycle Accident Injury Case?
Were you seriously injured in a bicycle accident that was caused because of someone else’s carelessness? Do you wonder if you could be eligible to file a legal claim to get money for your injuries, time off work, and pain and suffering? The quickest way to find out is to call our experienced bicycle accident Paralegal Team today for a free case review.

The truth is, determining whether or not you have a bicycle injury case for compensation involves many factors. They include:

● The circumstances of your bicycle accident
● The extent of your injuries
● The medical bills, hospital stays, and surgical procedures associated with your accident
● Scarring
● Evidence
● And more
When you call for your free legal consultation, we will consider all the details related to your accident and let you know the best steps to take. It’s important to call us right away. Evidence and witnesses disappear, and accident victims have strict deadlines to file legal claims. The sooner you call us, the more quickly we can put our more years of experience to work for you.

What is Your Case Worth?
Bicycle accident injury victims often ask us: What is my case worth?

We wish it was an easy question to answer. But the truth is, each bicycle accident injury case is unique. It’s impossible for us to tell you what your case could be worth without first talking to you about the details related to your bike accident.

When it comes to how much money your case could be worth, there are many factors at play. When you call us for your free case review, our Paralegal Team will ask you many questions related to your accident. They include:

● What are your injuries? What are your current—and future—medical needs?
● Were you unable to work because of your injuries? If so, do you have lost wages?
● Did your accident cause permanent damage to your health? Scarring?
● What were the circumstances leading to your accident? Were there any witnesses?

After discussing your accident, our legal team will tell you if we think you have a case, and walk you through the next steps.

Do You Need a Bicycle Accident Paralegal?
When you’re dealing with serious injuries suffered in a bicycle accident, the last thing you want to deal with is more stress—the deadlines, the paperwork, the medical bills.

If you were hurt in a bicycle crash, don’t try to handle your case on your own. The best thing you can do to protect yourself—and your legal rights—is to call an experienced bicycle accident Paralegal Team right away.

When you hire our ParaLegal Team, our legal team handles every aspect of your bicycle accident case. At Martinez Consulting Inc.:

● Our investigators will go to the scene of the accident to take photos and track down evidence that will help prove your case.
● Our Paralegal Teams will stand up to the insurance companies, and ensure you don’t get pressured into accepting a low-ball settlement.
● Our legal team will deal with your medical bills, paperwork, and legal deadlines.

Don’t jeopardize your bicycle accident case—call us today so we can put our more than three decades of legal experience to work for you. We’re available 24/7, so don’t delay, call us at (416) 435-6123 now.