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Massachusetts Bicycle Accident Cases at Kiley Law Group

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Bicycle rides are great for exercise, enjoying the fresh air and nature all around you. Unfortunately, even if you adhere to all required and suggested safety measures, there’s a chance you could be seriously injured on a bike ride. From being hit by an inattentive or impaired driver to falling victim to hazards in the road, bicycle injuries are an unwelcome but common part of riding.

Bicycle accidents, much like motorcycle accidents, can be highly dangerous for riders, as they are more exposed to the open road than people in cars. This means they typically sustain more serious injuries, and, in turn, have longer and more extensive recoveries. Even with declining numbers in recent years, there are more than 50,000 people injured in bicycle accidents each year, with about 12% of these accidents have been fatal.

Reasons that the number of fatal bike accidents has risen include: 

  • New bicyclists are less familiar with safe biking practices
  • Drivers are not using caution when sharing the road with bicyclists, and
  • Cities are planning, but have not implemented changes to infrastructure to support bicyclist safety.

In addition to death, injuries from bicycle accidents can range from minor scrapes and bruises to broken bones, brain injuries and spine trauma. All of these injuries are serious, and you’ll need a powerful team of attorneys behind you to obtain the compensation you and your family needs to care for the injured. Kiley Law Group has 40 years of experiencing protecting Massachusetts families following personal injury matters. The team is dependable and knowledgeable, and committed to getting your best results. Call now for your free consultation, 888-435-1321.

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If Someone You Love Has Been in a Bike Accident, And You Would Like A Review Of Your Case, Contact Tom Kiley and His Team of Personal Injury Attorneys

Bike accidents can yield devastating results, and those injuries may require extensive, long-term care. In order to provide the best care for the victim, or to compensate for the loss of a loved one, consult with an attorney as soon as possible. Massachusetts and New Hampshire families can rest assured that Tom Kiley, the Million Dollar Man, and all of the attorneys at Kiley Law Group are prepared to fight for exactly what they need.

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  • Minor scrapes
  • Bruises  
  • Broken bones 
  • Brain injuries 
  • Spine trauma
  • Head injuries
  • Dental injury

  • Contact Police and wait for them to arrive
  • Record your version of Events into the Accident Report
  • Obtain the Driver and any Witnesses Contact Information
  • Write down What Happened
  • Document any injury you have suffered
  • Preserve Evidence
  • Seek Legal Advice from a Personal Injury Lawyer


Potholes can occur due to a couple of reasons:

  • Inferior temporary road fixes, that sink or crack shortly after they are done.
  • Wear and tear due to long-lasting traffic on the road causes breaks on the surface.

Sewer Grates Manhole covers

Sewer grates can present a serious danger to cyclists. If sewer grate bars go in the same direction as traffic, bike tires can easily become stuck between them.

Manhole covers

Manhole covers can become significantly lower than the grade of the road causing cyclists to quickly deviate away and sometimes wind up too close to traffic.

Railroad Tracks

Seldom used or even abandoned railroad tracks often times present hidden dangers to cyclists. They are hazardous when the tracks run on the roadway specifically in the direction of traffic, all the more so when tracks cross the road at a curve. A bicycle wheel can easily be caught in the space between the rail and road, causing the cyclist to crash or be thrown in the direction of a motor vehicle.