Answering Your Concerns Following A Bicycle And Pedestrian Accident

If you or someone you care about was injured while biking, walking or jogging, you likely have many questions about the law and your rights. You may be wondering:

  • "Who has the right of way on the road?"
  • "Is the driver automatically responsible for the accident, since I was on a bicycle?"
  • "If I put my hand signal up while riding a bike, is that enough to give me the right to turn first?"
  • "How can I recover the money I need if it was a hit-and-run crash and the driver can't be found?"

At The Pagano Law Firm, LLC, our entire team is here to answer your questions and fight for the maximum amount of compensation available. Depending on the specifics of your case, you may be eligible for money to cover your medical bills, time off work, pain and suffering, future therapy sessions, and more.

Car And Truck Drivers Don't Own The Roads

Pedestrians generally have the right of way on Pennsylvania streets. Even if the pedestrian is intoxicated, he or she is still entitled to cross the road without fear of injury. Bicycles are considered vehicles, so the laws are slightly different, but bicyclists have rights on the road nevertheless.

At The Pagano Law Firm, LLC, we call upon accident reconstruction experts and our own extensive legal knowledge to determine who was responsible for the accident. If the driver can be held liable, we will put all our resources toward developing your case and pursuing justice on your behalf.

Learn More About How We Can Help

Don't hesitate to call our Media bicycle accident lawyers and pedestrian accident attorneys to arrange a free initial consultation. Call our Delaware County office at 484-441-6829 or contact us by email. All calls and emails are returned within 24 hours.