Bicycle Accident Attorney in Dallas TX
Bill Shirer is one of only 2% of Texas attorneys board-certified in personal injury law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. To become board-certified, a personal injury attorney must have significant trial experience and pass rigorous testing over personal injury law.
Bicycle Accident Personal Injury Claim
Bike riding is often a treacherous hobby. Bicycle riders are injured in collisions with other vehicles and trucks every day. Unfortunately, these injuries are typically severe. A bike is, of course, much smaller and more compact than the even smallest sedans. Since most accidents generally happen at intersections, city roads are the riskiest spots to ride.
After a bicycle accident, your first step should be to file a claim. Your insurance company may want to dispatch an adjuster. It’s this individual’s job to determine how much your accident is worth. Their judgment will directly affect your payout. It can be difficult to navigate the waters of insurance water. You’ll want a legal expert on your side, someone with experience handling insurance companies and bicycle-related accidents. You’ll want to call Cyclist at Law. We’ll sit down in a consultation meeting and determine how best to get you the damages you deserve.
Personal Injury Attorneys Tackle Bike Law
- Credentials: Bill has garnered the highest rating possible, an “AV Preeminent 5.0.” from the nation’s leading attorney review organization. For more information see Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings.
- Education: Bill Shirer received both his bachelor of Business Administration and his Doctor of Jurisprudence (1986) from the University of Texas at Austin.
- Affiliations: He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Dallas and Texas Trial Lawyers Associations and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
- Se Habla Español: Having lived and worked in Spain and Latin America, Mr. Shirer welcomes all Spanish speaking clients.
- Cyclist At Law:
Seek help from a qualified bicycle injury attorney today. Bill is happy to answer any questions a fellow cyclist might have about bicycle law or a bike accident, even if it is not an injury case.