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Everytime you ride your bicycle on the street, you are vulnerable. Because you are unprotected by a physical barrier like motor vehicles, you are at an increased risk for a serious injury from getting in a bicycle accident. Even in the event of a minor crash, your lack of protection and frequent movement between cars and pedestrians puts you at risk.


No matter how careful or cautious you may be while riding your bike, you can become the victim of a serious bicycle accident in a matter of seconds. If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident that involves a vehicle, pedestrian, or any other third party and believe you are not at fault, speak with a personal injury attorney from McBell Law today. The team at McBell Law is highly experienced in handling bicycle accident claims, and we can connect you with one of our skilled attorneys to assist with your personal injury claim.


Working with an attorney from McBell Law is the best way to ensure that you receive the maximum damages you are entitled to for your bicycle accident injuries. With McBell Law on your side, you can rest easy knowing that we have your best interests at heart.

Bicycle Accidents: Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you are interested in pursuing a personal injury claim for a bicycle accident that you were personally involved in or a loved one was involved in, you likely have some questions regarding how to begin this process. Below, we’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions related to bicycle accident personal injury claims.

A: Yes, the statute of limitations for filing a personal injury claim for your bicycle accident injury is two years from the date of your accident. While this may seem like a long period of time, you should not delay pursuing your claim. The longer you wait, the more challenging it is to build a strong case with evidence to support your claim.

The answer to this question will be unique for every bicycle accident, because this depends on who is at fault for the bicycle accident. The bottom line is that whoever is found to be the negligent party during the investigation into your injury claim will be financially responsible for your damages. Depending on the circumstances of your accident, this negligent party could be the vehicle driver, the vehicle owner, the manufacturer of the bike, a bike repair shop, or even the city that maintains the roadway where your accident took place.

A: These road defects can include uneven surfaces, potholes, and cracks. Unfortunately, there is not an answer to this question that will take into account every bicycle accident caused by roadway defects. The answer to this question is highly dependent on whether the roadway defect was caused by natural forces (like weathering or a storm), or if it was caused by a man-made error. You must be able to prove that the city or property owner responsible for maintaining the road knew about the road condition and had ample time to fix the defect.

A: Even though the statute of limitations for your bicycle accident claim is 2 years from the date of your accident, you should contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. It is in your best interest to act quickly so that there is enough evidence to build a strong case. You should make sure to take pictures of anything related to your accident. This can be skid marks on the road, any other damage caused by the accident, injuries, medical bills, etc. A timely investigation into your accident is crucial in order to recover the damages you are entitled to.

If You’ve Been Injured in a Bicycle Accident, Speak With a Personal Injury Attorney in Texas Today.


Suffering an injury from a bicycle accident can be a traumatizing experience, and dealing with the aftermath of filing a personal injury claim can make the process more stressful. Let the skilled attorneys at McBell Law carry the burden of filing a claim so you can focus on what matters most: healing. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident, give us a call at 877-300-5105 for your free consultation.

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