Bicycle Injury Lawyers
Modesto’s relatively large population and position as the seat of Stanislaus County means that it is a place bustling with activity. Traffic congestion, particularly at rush hour, has become the norm and has resulted in an increase in motor vehicle and bicycle accidents. Approximately, seventy-four fatal traffic accidents occur annually in Stanislaus County. Thankfully, Modesto has a system of planned bike paths and bike routes for cycling enthusiasts to enjoy.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that over 51,000 bicyclists are injured annually, with most accidents occurring in urban areas like Modesto. The average age of injured cyclists is 31. Each year, more than 600 bicyclists are killed in traffic accidents. Causes of Bicycle Accidents
Bicycle injury accidents are not altogether unavoidable due to the fact that riders share the streets of Modesto with motor vehicles. Even where bike lanes are present, dangers still lurk at every intersection. Among the more common causes of cycling accidents are:
Bicyclists must be vigilant and take proactive measures to reduce the dangers associated with cycling on public roadways. Cyclists need to be alert, bike defensively and always assume that the motorist does not see you.
Other Safe Cycling Tips:
Another great way to prevent bicycle accidents is for Modesto residents to utilize the system of bikeways available throughout the city. Avid bicyclists like to ride along Modesto’s well-developed bike path system. Dozens of paths through and around the city have been set up for the protection and enjoyment of riders. The city has designated three types of bike paths throughout Modesto:
The Bicycle Accident Lawyers of Nadrich & Cohen, LLP have been successfully representing injured cyclists in Modesto for over 25 years. We fight to help our clients gain fair compensation for their injuries, pain and suffering, lost wages and more. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident, call our office immediately for a free, confidential case evaluation. Call us at (209) 232-2933, or complete the free case evaluation form to the right.
Our Modesto office is located on the corner of Coffee Road and E. Rumble Road in downtown. If you are traveling to our office by bus take Bus 32.
Nadrich & Cohen, LLP
822 9th St, Suite 5 Modesto, CA 95354
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