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Cycling in a busy city like Vancouver, is becoming increasingly popular. Therefore, motor vehicle operators find themselves sharing the road with cyclists.
Unfortunately, negligent drivers can cause bicycle accidents injuring cyclists.

If you have been injured in an accident, that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Please contact our legal team at Wishart Brain and Spine Law to help you understand your options that include homeowner’s insurance, ICBC, and private insurance companies.

Our Lawyers can advise you of your rights and options if  you have received a settlement offer and you are not sure it will adequately cover your future medical or living expenses.

Accidents Happen because:

    • Cyclists
      can be difficult to see
    • Speeding
    • Weather
    • Failing to
      observe traffic signals
    • Driving
      while distracted or without undo care and attention.
    • Cars
      turning into oncoming traffic.
    • Impaired
      driving
    • Opening a
      car door without looking
    • Debris or
      hazards left on the road

Most Common types of injury

    • Concussion or TBI (traumatic brain injury).
    • Bruising and contusions.
    • Dental or facial fracture or injuries.
    • Sprains or dislocations, broken bones.
    • Road Rash can leave permanent scarring or cause nerve damage.
    • Fatality

Damages you may recover

    • Rehabilitation
    • Lost wages
    • Future living expenses
    • Medical expenses

Can I afford to hire a lawyer?

An experienced injury lawyer from Wishart Brain & Spine Law LLP is available to hear about your accident and help you determine your best option. We accept claims on a contingency basis which means we do not charge you if you do not receive a settlement. You’ll have peace of mind that someone is standing up for your rights and you can focus on recovery without incurring large legal bills. Contact Wishart Brain & Spine Law for a free consultation today at 1-855 WISHART. Let us guide you through the process.