Bike And Pedestrian Accident Representation From A Reliable Attorney

When a driver hits a pedestrian or bicyclist, the potential for serious injury is extremely high. With nothing between them and the vehicle, victims are forced to absorb the entire impact, which can result in a wide variety of serious injuries. Negligent drivers can and should be held accountable for the harm they cause in these accidents, and an experienced lawyer can help to ensure that your interests are protected.

At The North Shore Injury Lawyer, attorney Mark T. Freeley represents clients throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County and throughout Long Island who have been seriously injured in a bike accident, crosswalk accident or another type of pedestrian accident. Mark is an avid cyclist who has experienced firsthand the hazards that exist on New York roads.

Committed To Obtaining The Best Possible Outcome For Every Client

Mark's firm is not a high-volume personal injury practice. He is not an attorney who accepts the first settlement offer and moves on to the next case. Mark prepares every case as if it is going to trial and works hard to keep your case moving toward a positive resolution. If the insurance company is not willing to negotiate in good faith, he is fully prepared to protect your interests in court.

Mark's understanding of the types of injuries that can occur in bicycle and pedestrian accidents allows him to be much more proactive in the process of securing fair compensation on your behalf. He seeks compensation for all of your losses, including medical care, future care and rehabilitative services, loss of income, loss of enjoyment of life and any other damages that may be appropriate to your case.

Talk To Attorney Freeley About Your Injury Claim

Contact our office to discuss your bicycle or pedestrian accident injuries with Mark. He offers a free initial consultation where you can get an honest assessment of your claim and learn more about your legal options. Please call us at 631-402-5527 or send us an email to schedule an appointment.