Irvine Bike Accidents Attorney
- Were you hit by a driver turning a corner when you were biking down the street?
- Are you a recreational cyclist injured by a careless truck driver?
- Did you suffer serious injuries?
- Are you facing a mountain of medical bills and unsure how you’ll pay for it all?
Our firm is here to help. As more and more people are turning to bikes to commute, exercise or simply discover a new way to explore their cities, they’re seeing just how dangerous it can be when they’re in a crash with a motor vehicle. And physical injuries can be just the tip of the iceberg. When injuries make it impossible for people to work, the financial effects of a crash can be devastating.
When it comes to crashes involving bikes and motor vehicles, the law is on your side. The Three Feet for Safety Act, a new state law passed in late 2014, requires drivers to keep at least three feet of distance between themselves and bicyclists. When they fail to do so and a crash occurs, they can face fines and be liable for the injuries that result.
Frank Nicholas: An Attorney Ready To Fight For You
Frank Nicholas knows the huge financial toll that a serious accident can cause. That’s because he’s spent more than 40 years helping accident victims in Irvine and surrounding parts of Orange County — people just like you who were hurt because of someone else’s negligence.
At our firm, we believe that you shouldn’t have to wait forever for fair compensation for your injuries. At the same time, you shouldn’t get less than you deserve because your lawyer is inexperienced in taking cases to trial.
Frank Nicholas has nearly four decades of trial and negotiation experience, fighting insurance companies tooth and nail to get people like you every dollar of compensation they need for their medical bills and other accident-related costs. Whether we reach a favorable settlement or make our case for compensation to a jury, we do whatever it takes so that our clients aren’t left to deal with the financial aftermath of someone else’s reckless behavior.