Fighting For Bike Injury Victims You enjoy riding your bike for sport, exercise and the joy of being outdoors. You are glad to see that over the past several years, local cities such as South Bend, Mishawaka, Elkhart, LaPorte, Syracuse and Plymouth have seen a marked improvement in local bike paths and trails. You know that as a bicycle rider in Indiana, you are required to follow traffic laws. You do your best to remain safe, but other dangers on the roads cause accidents. People driving cars and trucks must share the road with bicyclists. Unfortunately, motorists often fail to keep a proper lookout for bicyclists. When motorists violate traffic laws, they can seriously hurt innocent bicycle riders. At Sweeney Julian we have been helping injured cyclists for decades. We understand the devastating impact these types of accidents can have on you and your family. Understanding The Impact Of Bike Accidents The laws of physics explain why bicycling can be dangerous or deadly. The weight of a car or truck, combined with highway speeds, can result in a deadly accident. Even when bicyclists wear protective gear and helmets, they cannot protect themselves from the sheer force of an impact with an automobile. Common injuries cyclists face include: Blunt force trauma Broken bones Internal bleeding and injuries Traumatic brain injuries Spinal cord trauma Burns Amputation and lacerations Accidents involving bicyclists and motor vehicles are often fatal. Survivors face life-changing, catastrophic injuries. We Can Help You Pursue Compensation At Sweeney Julian, we know how to investigate and prepare a bicycle accident case. We have extensive jury trial experience and know how to present complex personal injury cases to juries. Call our lawyers immediately by dialing 574-889-3411 if you have been the victim of a serious bicycle accident. Schedule a consultation with our dedicated team today. No Recovery. No Fee. Motor Vehicle Accidents Bicycle Accidents Car Accidents Drunk Driver Injuries Motorcycle Accidents Truck Accidents What Is Distracted Driving?