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New York City Pedestrian & Bicycle Accident Attorneys

Let The Pryor Law Firm Fight for the Compensation You Need

For a free consultation about your legal options following injuries to a bicycle rider or pedestrian, reach out to our New York City pedestrian accident attorneys. With offices in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Nassau County, we are convenient for people throughout the region. We can also come to see you at your home or in the hospital.

The Pryor Law Firm has almost 25 years of trial experience and we have helped many people collect the maximum compensation that they deserve for their injuries in pedestrian accidents and bicycle accidents. In one case, lead attorney Kenneth A. Pryor went to trial and recovered $1.65 million for a child who was hit by a van while leaving religious classes at a church in Orange County. In another case, The Pryor Law Firm collected $1.3 million for an 80-year-old man whose foot was run over by a tow truck in his own driveway.

Personalized Client Service in Brooklyn, Manhattan,​​​​​​ & Nassau County

The Pryor Law Firm’s record of success in accident litigation not only illustrates our ability to prove liability and damages against negligent drivers and their insurers but also shows how we analyze the facts and law of a given case to maximize its value and help our clients pursue claims against a variety of defendants. In many pedestrian or bicycle accidents, there might be several parties at fault for the injuries suffered. When we can show that the carelessness of several defendants played a role in the accident, our client’s ability to collect the full value of their losses improves.

Working for Maximum Compensation in Bicycle or Pedestrian Accidents

Careful investigation of the facts combined with our knowledge of New York negligence law will often result in outstanding results for our firm’s clients. In many situations, it will be necessary to develop your claims against all those whose negligence contributed to the accident, not just the most obvious defendants.

Depending on the facts of the case, we can present claims against several negligent parties, including situations such as:

  • Negligent supervision of children near traffic hazards
  • Claims against bars or social hosts that served alcohol to visibly intoxicated persons who then drove and hit a pedestrian or bike rider (Dram Shop claims)
  • Illegally parked vehicles that obstruct a driver’s view of a pedestrian or bicycle rider
  • Careless design or maintenance of traffic lights, crosswalk signs or public transportation facilities
  • Negligent driving by one motorist that causes another driver to hit the pedestrian or bicyclist

The need to investigate the full range of your claims against several potential defendants results from the serious and often disabling nature of the injuries suffered by people who were entirely exposed to the full impact of a motor vehicle collision. Even at low speeds, a driver who hits a pedestrian or someone riding a bicycle is likely to cause severe, disabling or fatal injuries.

Whether or not you or a family member suffered catastrophic injuries or seemingly minor injuries in a pedestrian or bicycle accident, The Pryor Law Firm will take the time to give you a free consultation explain your rights.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

Often, what you think are minor injuries can turn out to be worse than you originally thought. It costs nothing to discuss your situation with our New York City bicycle accident lawyers, and we only collect an attorney’s fee if we win money for you through settlement or trial.

To learn more about the ways we help clients throughout the five boroughs and Long Island, contact The Pryor Law Firm at any of our three locations for a free consultation. Call us at (855) 409-1906 to get started.

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