Man and Child Injured in Panama City, FL Bicycle Accident

Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC || 3-Nov-2016

A 25-year old Panama City, Florida man, was seriously injured in a bicycle accident while pulling a child carrier behind him. The victim was pulling a three-year-old child when his bicycle was struck by a delivery truck turning out of the driveway of an auto parts store. The child received minor injuries, but both were transported to a local hospital. The delivery driver was ticketed by authorities for failure to yield the right of way to a bicycle at a driveway.

This type of bicycle accident is frightening for pedestrians who pull child carriers with their bicycles. Bicyclists are often hard to see, and when a carrier is pulled behind the cyclist, it puts both riders in danger. It is important that anyone on a bicycle or being pulled by one wears a helmet. Helmets can offer protection from many injuries that are sustained in bicycle accidents. If you are injured in a bicycle accident, it is necessary to contact a personal injury attorney. The experienced attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, can help you receive compensation for lost wages, major medical bills and any physical therapy needed for injuries. Our team understands that accidents are stressful and they communicate with the client throughout the legal process until a possible settlement is reached.

To seek justice and compensation for your damages after a bicycle accident, it is important to have an experienced attorney represent you. Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, has over a century of combined experience to help with your injury needs. Our consultations are free, and we can be reached 24/7. Contact us today.


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