Finding The Way Forward For You

Finding The Way Forward For You

More Than 75 Combined Years Advocating For Injured Cyclists

Cyclists have just as much right to the roads as motorists do. Unfortunately, many drivers drive recklessly or fail to pay attention to their surroundings, resulting in devastating injuries for bicycle riders.

At The Kennedy Law Firm, PLLC, we have seen these injuries firsthand because we help the survivors of serious bike accidents. We have more than 75 combined years of experience providing outstanding legal advocacy for cyclists and other injury victims. With us on your side, you can feel confident knowing that we will strive to hold the negligent party accountable and recover maximum compensation.

What Are The Most Common Causes Of Cycling Accidents?

Drivers have an obligation to obey the laws of traffic and keep the roads safe. When they do not, the results can prove catastrophic. Some of the most frequent causes of motor vehicle crashes involving bicycles include drivers who are:

  • Distracted or reckless
  • Driving while intoxicated
  • Taking left turns without checking for bikers
  • Improperly maintain their cars
  • Driving too close to shoulders or bike lanes
  • Cutting off cyclists
  • Sideswiping cyclists

In every scenario, the injuries tend to be much worse for the bicycle rider than the motor vehicle driver. That’s why it is important to have a bike accident attorney on your side.

Comparative Negligence In Tennessee: What To Know

Even if you were partially at fault for a crash, you may still have a chance to recover compensation. Tennessee has comparative negligence laws that allow injury victims to collect compensation proportionate to their share of fault. For example, if the insurer or the court determines that you are 20% at fault, you could recover compensation for up to 80% of your damages.

Let Us Advocate For Your Rights

For the best chance to receive maximum compensation, you will need personal injury lawyers like us who can prevent the insurance company from taking advantage of you. Learn how we can help you by requesting a free initial consultation. Call 931-444-5620 or send us an email to begin. We work on a contingency fee basis, so you do not pay anything unless we recover compensation.