Farmington Hills Bicycle Accidents Lawyer

Bicycle crashes involve some of the most serious injuries we see. Bicycle injuries commonly stem from hit and run accidents and crosswalk accidents in which the bicyclist is hit by a car. For that reason, our firm, Adler Stilman, PLLC, has devoted an entire focus area to bicycle accident injury cases.

We work with you to provide you with a complete understanding of all of your legal options. As with our larger personal injury practice, these options often involve seeking compensation on your behalf as well as dealing with your insurance companies.

Bike Accident Law Attorneys Serving Farmington Hills And Surrounding Areas

Clients injured in bicycle accidents depend confidently on our firm for the experienced legal guidance they need in order to manage a complicated system. We assist clients with a broad variety of bike accident-related injuries, including, among others:

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
  • Paralysis
  • Amputation
  • Spinal InjuriesBroken bones

With more than 50 years of experience, our firm's attorneys have seasoned legal judgment. That means we know how opposing counsel, the insurance companies and the adjusters value their cases. We understand the strategies they use. We know the industry and the legal system.

Our seasoned legal judgment means you know you are making decisions informed by the deep experience of professionals. We do more than help you understand your options; we help you choose from those options in a way that promotes your own best interests and your goals.

We can provide you with that level of guidance because we commit our practice to the delivery of individualized legal advice. We manage our practice so as to maximize our clients' access to us. We want you to work with the attorney you hired.

Experienced Detroit, Michigan, Area Bicycle Accident Injury Lawyers

The lawyers of Adler Stilman, PLLC, invite potential clients to schedule a complimentary consultation with our firm by calling 888-873-7173. You can also reach us online.