San Francisco Bicycle Accident Lawyer

Representing Cyclist Accident Victims in the Bay Area

Bicycles are a preferred way to get around the Bay Area and enjoy the beautiful scenery as well as avoid some of the nasty freeway congestion in the area. Bicycling is a wonderful form of transportation and exercise, and there are numerous laws in place to protect cyclists in the state of the California. Even though most cyclists abide by these laws, drivers and defective products can lead to serious injuries.

We have years of experience handling bicycle accidents caused by:

  • Auto-bicycle collisions due to driver negligence
  • Trucks turning right across a bike lane into a cyclists
  • A cyclist being 'doored' by a driver who opened their door in traffic
  • Municipalities failing to provide a safe riding space for bicycles

Because bicyclists have little protection, they are often prone to serious and catastrophic injuries. If you or a loved one was seriously injured in a bicycle accident, you need to contact the Law Office of Scott Righthand, P.C. right away and speak with a trusted San Francisco personal injury lawyer.

Reach out to us today at (888) 906-8748 to set up a free consultation!

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Bicycle Accident Statistics

The statistics regarding bicycle accidents are staggering. In 2010, more than 600 people were killed as a result of bicycle accidents, and thousands of these fatalities were directly related to traffic accidents. Even with the promotion of the "share the road" campaign, many cyclists are still struck by drivers.

According to California laws, when a cyclist is traveling on the road, he or she must adhere to all the same laws as vehicles. If a vehicle doesn't give them the space they need or fails to pay attention to them, it can lead to serious accidents. One of the most serious issues that threatens cyclists is distracted drivers. Whether it be due to answering a text or not checking a blind spot, a bicyclist can quickly be put in danger when a driver takes their focus off the road ahead of them.

Why Choose to Work with Us?

When you work with our firm, you can be confident that your personal injury case is in good hands. Throughout the decades we have been in practice, our firm has been able to obtain millions of dollars for injury victims and we may be able to help you as well.

What else sets our founding attorney apart from other bicycle accident lawyers in San Francisco?

  • Named in The Best Lawyers in America from 2009 to 2015
  • Holds a 10.0 Superb Avvo rating
  • AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell®
  • Included in the Northern California Super Lawyers® list
  • Works on a contingency fee basis—you don’t pay unless we win
  • 30+ years of legal experience under his belt

Having the right lawyer on your side for your bicycle accident claim can mean the difference between obtaining deserved compensation and being underpaid on a settlement. Attorney Righthand and our team of skilled lawyers are here to stand by your side and fight for the favorable outcome you are owed.

Get the Compensation You Deserve—Call (888) 906-8478

Following an accident, you should never have to face the insurance companies or legal system alone. When you work with the Law Office of Scott Righthand, P.C., we will take action to protect your rights and actively pursue favorable compensation for your case. We believe that you should be focusing on getting better, which is why we take the initiative and lead in handling the legalities of your situation.

Unlike other firms, we only represent plaintiffs and we take charge to aggressively protect their rights. If you have been injured, work with a San Francisco bicycle accident lawyer from our team right away.

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Further Reading

Yielding at Stop Signs May Become New Law for Cyclists in SF

California Leads U.S. in Bicycle Deaths

More Cyclists Should Use GoPro Cameras to Document Accidents

Ten Tips for Bay Area Biking