Bike Crashes, Wrongful Death, And The Law

July 10th, 2018

Have you ever had trouble seeing a bicyclist while driving? Summertime brings with it an opportunity for cycling enthusiasts to get on the open road but can also create dangers leading to personal injury.

At the Bottaro Law Firm, we have helped many unfortunate victims struck while biking in bike accidents throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.  We can help you with medical expenses, lost wages, and dealing with damage to the bike with the insurance companies.  Mike and his team takes the time to build a strong case on your behalf so you can focus on your family.

In some circumstances, these crashes can cause serious injuries, even death.  When a fatality is involved, there are many important details to investigate as soon as possible on top of the emotional and financial stress.  Bike accidents causing death can lead to a special form of case known as wrongful death.

If a person’s carelessness is responsible for someone else’s death, the law can hold them responsible. Family members may be entitled to recover damages such as: compensation for the deceased’s medical expenses, funeral and burial costs, pain and suffering, and lost wages and other important benefits.

Tragic Example: Somerset Bicyclist Dies after Collision with Jeep in Swansea

According to NBC 10 News, recently a local 76-year-old bicyclist was struck by a Jeep resulting in fatal personal injuries.

Swansea Massachusetts police said that the bike accident happened on a summer morning around 9:20AM on Bark Street. The bicyclist, of Somerset, MA, was sent to Rhode Island Hospital with life-threatening injuries and later passed away as a result of his injuries.

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At the Bottaro Law Firm, we handle bike accident personal injury claims every day.  Honesty. Integrity. Results.   Our experienced legal team is here to fight for your rights. Contact us in any method you prefer 24/7 for a fast, free, and confidential consultation about your case. Text or call: 401-777-7777 or fill out our free and confidential online form.