Have you been injured
in a bicycle accident?

In Ontario, cyclists have the same right to use the roads as drivers of motorized vehicles. You wouldn’t know that by the way some drivers behave around cyclists. At Reybroek we help people injured in bicycle accidents obtain fair and just treatment from their insurance companies, and full financial compensation for damages caused by the negligence of other parties.

Frequently Asked Questions

I was hit by a vehicle while riding a bicycle, what are my legal options?

We will review your case, assess the damages and determine whether you should file a lawsuit to recover damages from the person responsible for injuring you. Due to the extent of the injuries and the negligence of the driver, we are more likely to file a claim in a bicycle accident case than a typical car accident case.

My injuries were not apparent at the time, will this affect my case?

It is important to seek medical attention even if you do not think your injuries are major. You may not be able to discern the extent of your injuries yourself; a small ache could be something significant, or it could be nothing at all. Only a doctor can tell you for sure. Another reason to see a doctor is if you decide to bring a legal claim against the at-fault driver or another party, you will need proper documentation of your injuries.

The easiest way to get help

Call us 1.866.357.2409

Further Reading

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