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Bicycle Accident Lawyer in San Francisco

Even in the Bay Area, Accidents Do Happen

Bicycling magazine ranks San Francisco as the sixth-best city for cyclists in the United States, while the League of American Bicyclists has granted it "Gold Status" for being a bicycle-friendly community. The Municipal Transportation Authority reports that approximately 128,000 trips are made by cyclists every day, and that the number of cyclists on the roads of San Francisco increased by 58 percent between 2006 and 2010. If you are one of the many San Franciscans who enjoy the 200 miles of bike lanes and cycling paths throughout the city, you are not alone. Cycling is an excellent form of transportation, but it does carry the major risk of serious injury or death in the event of a collision with an automobile.

According to The Bay Citizen's Bike Accident Tracker, one-third of all accidents involving bikes and automobiles are caused by the driver. When this is the case, the injured cyclist - or the surviving family members - has a right to sue for monetary damages by filing a personal injury or wrongful death claim. Even the most safety-conscious cyclist has practically no protection in an accident, and they are liable to suffer devastating and life-changing injuries such as crushed limbs, traumatic brain injury or paralyzing spinal cord injuries such as paraplegia and tetraplegia.

You do not have to suffer on your own. Our compassionate San Francisco personal injury attorney at the Law Offices of Steven A. Fabbro can help you seek the compensation you need. Call (415) 275-3008 to schedule a free consultation.

Holding Negligent Drivers Accountable for Bike Accidents

The simple fact is that many bike accidents are caused by careless and reckless drivers. Common causes of accidents include, but at not limited to:

  • Drivers who did not look for cyclists before turning at an intersection, changing lanes, or turning into a driveway
  • Inattentive drivers in parking lots
  • Improperly secured cargo
  • Texting and driving
  • Drivers who are simply not paying attention

If you have reason to believe that the accident that caused your injury or the death of a loved one was caused by the driver, contact our San Francisco personal injury lawyer at the Law Offices of Steven A. Fabbro for a free consultation to tell us your story and find out how much your claim for damages may be worth.

Call (415) 275-3008 today.

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  • “I am very happy with his services. I would recommend him to any person who has serious problems.”

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  • “He was very understanding, listened to our needs and Mr. Fabbro was very truthful and honest with all of us.”

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The Fabbro Difference

Why Hire the Law Offices of Steven A. Fabbro?
  • Free Consultations Available to Potential Clients

  • Over $350 Million Recovered for Our Clients

  • You Don't Pay Us Anything Unless We Win For You

  • Northern CA Super Lawyers® (Top 5% of Attorneys)

  • More Than 30 Years of Proven Legal Experience

  • Top-Rated Ethics & Skill (AV Preeminent® Rating)

Our Victories

More Than $350 Million Won for Our Clients
  • $140,000,000.00 Pharmaceutical Litigation
  • $26,000,000.00 (Class Action) Toxic Exposure
  • $13,500,000.00 Drunk Driving/Wrongful Death
  • $8,750,000.00 Catastrophic Personal Injury
  • $8,750,000.00 Pedestrian
  • $7,000,000.00 Defective Medical Device
  • $5,000,000.00 Wrongful Death
  • $2,250,000.00 Premises Liability
  • $2,200,000.00 Burn Victim
  • $2,095,000.00 Medical Malpractice