The Indiana Pacers Bikeshare program has provided downtown Indianapolis with more than 260 bicycles at 25 different locations for public use. The program has done a great job of getting people active and has presented a new mode of transport for our city’s residents and visitors.
But what happens when people are injured while riding one of the bikes? Who is liable for the injuries? Is the injured cyclist left out in the cold with a pile of medical bills that threaten the financial stability of his or her family?
One thing is for sure. If you or a loved one has been injured while using Bikeshare, it is important to have a knowledgeable personal injury attorney on your side. I bring more than 28 years to my practice and am a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
If you were injured using a Bikeshare bicycle or you were struck by someone riding a Bikeshare bicycle, call me at 317-669-9791 for a free consultation.
Building A Successful Case
There are complex issues at stake in cases involving Bikeshare, as it can be difficult to bring claims against municipal agencies. I have the resources necessary to build a case that can withstand scrutiny and uncover all sources of coverage that are in play. I will not be satisfied until you have the full compensation you need to cover your damages now and in the future. This includes the long-term costs associated with serious injuries such as brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and serious fractures.
I Am Here To Help
My desire to help make lives better is what drives my practice. As your lawyer, I look forward to helping you protect your quality of life and want to make things right for you and your family. Call 317-669-9791 and ask for me by name, or submit the online contact form to schedule a free consultation. There will be no cost to you unless I recover a settlement or jury award.