It doesn’t matter what the law requires in this instance. Get a light, a big bright light. If you get hit riding at night without a light, every jury in Texas is going to put a large percentage of negligence on you.
You should. Even if you have the “right of way”,l hitting a pedestrian will probably end up hurting you as much as it does the pedestrian.
According to the Texas Driver’s Handbook: “A bicycle is a vehicle and any person riding a bicycle has all of the rights and responsibilities as a driver of a vehicle.
At the scene: /what-to-do-when-an-accident-happens/ Days later: /after-an-accident/ Call me at (972) 392-1249
Generally 1/3 of what is recovered for the “personal injury” claim. There is no charge for property damage if we handle the personal injury claim. No recovery, No charge. See /my-fees/
Phone or email.
Yes, you’ll talk with me, of if I’m not available, my partner, Steven McGilberry.
Generally “tort” or personal injury cases. In addition to bike claims, I handle all types of motor vehicle and truck accidents, premises liability (trips and falls), products liability, etc.
Your better have uninsured motorist coverage. If not, it is almost impossible for you to recover. Even if you sue the other driver and get a huge judgment, you likely won’t be able to collect a dime.