Bicycle Injuries

Wisconsin and Washington County Bike Injury Lawyers

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Bike Injuries In West Bend And Around Wisconsin

Bicycles were once thought of as a safe activity for kids. Bikes are now an efficient form of travel for adults, whether for fitness or pleasure.  Unfortunately, in the world of double lane roads, crowded streets, and cell phones, riding a bike can be very dangerous.  Bicycles provide no protection for the operator.  Studies have shown that the largest percentage of injuries occur to the head.  Fortunately, many studies have also shown that helmets help not only to prevent injuries but catastrophic injuries.

At Keberle, Patrykus & Laufenberg we don’t just represent cyclists after the injury.  We have and continue to donate bike helmets for area children. Dan and Doug have each personally handed out and fitted 100’s of children and adults with our helmets for the past 15 years.  Keberle, Patrykus & Laufenberg has organized programs with local police departments and area physicians in an effort to promote and educate kids and parents alike to be safe. It is our mission to help keep local kids and cyclists safe. We take any bike injury case that we are contacted on as a top priority.

Bicycling should always start with wearing a helmet and knowing the rules of the road for bicyclist.  Cyclists should wear bright clothing, and always be on the “lookout”, as even the safest bicyclist is often unable to avoid car that cannot or does not know they are there.

If you, a family member or friend have been injured while riding a bike, it is important to contact a law firm experienced in handling bike injury cases.  Keberle, Patrykus & Laufenberg has experience in representing traumatic brain injury (TBI) clients and handling wrongful death cases.    Bike injury victim’s rights include getting compensation for their harms and losses, getting the best medical treatment and future claims for permanent injuries.