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Injured In A Bicycle Accident? We Can Help.

Because of their lack of protection on the roads, cyclists are at risk of severe injuries if they are involved in motor vehicle accidents. These accidents are often caused by negligent drivers who do not look for bicycles or strike cyclists riding in their blind spots. No matter how the crash happens, it is the cyclist who is at a higher risk to suffer traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, internal bleeding and other serious injuries.

Here at Hazelton Law Group, we have more than 45 years of combined experience assisting victims across Northern Minnesota with personal injury claims. Whether you were riding for leisure or as part of your daily commute, if you’ve been injured in a crash, we can help. Our bicycle accident attorneys provide the personal attention and guidance you deserve.

How Can Cyclists Stay Safe?

As a cyclist in Northern Minnesota, we recommend taking the following steps to stay safe:

  • Always ride with traffic
  • Signal prior to making a turn
  • Ensure both you and your bike are as visible as possible, especially at night
  • Wear a properly fitted bike helmet
  • Follow traffic signs and signals

Unfortunately, even taking every safety precaution cannot guarantee that accidents will not happen. Many bicycle accidents involve negligent motorists, including drunk drivers or distracted drivers. When accidents happen, turn to Hazelton Law Group for the legal representation you need while you focus on your recovery.

Contact A Northern Minnesota Bicycle Accident Lawyer

After suffering serious injuries in a bike accident, work with our experienced personal injury attorneys. With offices in Bemidji and Grand Rapids, we represent both residents of and visitors to Northern Minnesota. We are dedicated to serving our community and fighting for the compensation you deserve after a crash.

Reach out to our lawyers today to schedule your free initial consultation. Call 218-210-2043 or send us an email through our online contact form.