In Bicycle Or Pedestrian Accidents, The Car Often Wins


Whether caused by drivers in a hurry or the distractions of cellphones and other car technology, car accidents carry much more risk of causing injury to pedestrians and bicyclists than the drivers they share the road with.

We at the Adler Law Group, LLC, are committed to helping accident victims throughout Connecticut seek the compensation they deserve for injuries caused by driver negligence. Our attorneys are experienced in handling the evidence gathering and advocacy necessary to ensure that legitimate victims of accidents are fairly compensated for their injuries.

Contact our firm for a free consultation to discuss your case by calling 860-333-5797 (800-693-9147 toll free).

How Pedestrian And Bike Accidents Happen

Pedestrians and bikers can be injured by drivers in a number of ways. Drivers may fail to yield to a pedestrian entering a crosswalk. They may not give the required three feet of distance to bicycles sharing the road. They could be distracted by a cellphone, an in-car navigation system or a passenger.

As experienced personal injury attorneys, we know how to look at the facts of an accident and determine how to get the most compensation for our clients’ injuries. We understand the applicable laws and have successfully obtained financial relief for:

  • Medical expenses
  • Physical pain and suffering
  • Emotional pain and suffering
  • Lost wages

Getting the compensation our clients need to make themselves whole is our top priority. In cases where a victim of a pedestrian or bicycle accident has died from his or her injuries, we may be able to represent the surviving family in a wrongful death suit.

Statewide Representation For Pedestrians And Cyclists

Our Hartford bike accident lawyers make the legal system work for our personal injury clients. Contact our office for a free consultation to discuss your case. Call 800-693-9147 toll free or 860-333-5797. Our office is conveniently located in downtown East Hartford, and we represent clients throughout Connecticut.