Bicycle Accidents

By Pace Law | September 4, 2014

Bicycle accidents carry a great risk of someone being critically injured or killed. According to a report from the CBC, around 70,000 injured cyclists are treated in Canadian hospital emergency rooms annually, 7,500 of them with critical injuries.

In the city of Toronto alone, hundreds of bicycle accidents are reported each year, as cyclists deal with high traffic volume and dangers unique to them. For instance, a report quoted in the Toronto Star says that streetcar tracks in Toronto may contribute to a third of all bicycle crashes in the city.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a bike accident in Ontario, you may be entitled to receive accident benefits coverage or survivor’s benefits.

For more than 30 years, Pace Law Firm has been handling cases of bike accidents stemming from car driver negligence, including the failure to yield or give right of way.

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Cyclists often suffer severe or catastrophic injuries as the result of bike accidents, such as spinal cord injury, closed head injury, brain injury, paralysis, amputation or loss of limb, pain and suffering, lost income and other physical and financial losses. We can help you recover compensation for your injuries and losses; to discuss your rights and potential benefits after a bike accident, contact our offices at 1-877-236-3060.

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