Milwaukee Bicycle Accident Attorney
Experienced in Wisconsin bicycle law
Bicycle law is a surprisingly complex area of law that draws upon local ordinances and Wisconsin state law. Wisconsin law considers cyclists to be vehicles on the roadway. As a vehicle, bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists. For example, cyclists are required to travel with the flow of traffic and remain as far to the right as possible except to pass, to prepare for a left turn or to avoid an unsafe road condition or other hazard. At Karp & Iancu, S.C., we have the experience necessary to help you with your bicycle law issue or bicycle accident.
Milwaukee bike accident lawyers with formidable litigation skills
Too often motorists treat cyclists as second-class motorists:
- They fail to yield the right of way
- They do not take notice of cyclists
- They expect you to avoid them
This negligent disregard of the health and safety of fellow cyclists often leads to accidents and injuries. Unfortunately, the cyclist often pays for the other motorist’s inattention with severe injuries.
If you have been injured on your bicycle by a motorist or due to an unsafe roadway condition, you need an experienced bicycle accident lawyer. Our attorneys are respected in Milwaukee County, Waukesha County and throughout Wisconsin. Our firm successfully has recovered tens of millions of dollars in damages for our clients who have been injured. Our outstanding bike accident lawyers at Karp & Iancu, S.C. are respected litigators who keep you fully informed throughout the entire process.
Experienced Milwaukee bicycle accident lawyers
If you have been injured while riding your bike, you are well aware of the pain, suffering and disruption to your life. However, with our experienced legal aid, we can help you resume your life. At Karp & Iancu, S.C., our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys look forward to taking your case. Our practice is focused in Milwaukee County and Waukesha County, but we stand ready to represent injury victims and family members throughout Wisconsin. Call us at 414-453-0800 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation.