Foley & Small has handled a variety of bicycle accident claims arising in Indiana and southern Michigan. In fact, attorney Doug Small is an avid bicyclist participating in bicycling events throughout the Midwest. Foley & Small employs the services of bicycle experts and accident reconstructionists to develop the case and make a persuasive presentation at trial. Foley & Small also retains investigators to obtain incident reports, take witness statements, obtain scene photographs and complete other fact investigation of the crash.
As is the case with many motorcycle accidents, many of the bicycling accident cases Foley & Small has handled involves a situation where the driver of the car or truck in the collision states that he or she did not see the bicyclist. Bicycling crashes can happen in a variety of ways, including where a car or truck pulls out from a side road in front of a bicyclist, fails to yield for a bicyclist at an intersection, strikes the bicyclist from behind or turns in front of the bicyclist.
-Douglas D. Small
-Edmond W. Foley
Foley & Small’s familiarity and personal experience with bicycling and in handling claims involving bicycle accidents makes them well prepared and knowledgeable to handle such claims. Injuries suffered by a bicyclist in a collision with a motor vehicle could be severe, if not life threatening, given the lack of vehicle protection when riding a bicycle as compared to a car or truck. Foley & Small is experienced in the presentation of evidence of injury so that a jury can truly appreciate the losses and consequences of a bicycle collision and thereby be better able to enter a verdict which fully and fairly compensates our bicycling client.
If you or someone you know has been injured in a bicycle accident, please contact Foley & Small.
Represented family members suffering injury after being struck by a delivery vehicle which failed to stop for a stop sign.
Represented delivery driver of RV units injured in crash with vehicle on interstate highway resulting in severe lower extremity injuries. Settlements with two defendants and verdict against a third defendant.
Represented client rearended by truck resulting in concussive and hand injuries.
Represented client involved in an intersectional accident resulting in chest and upper extremity injuries.
Represented woman struck by a vehicle involved in a high speed auto chase.
Represented high school student injured in highway intersection accident suffering vertebral fractures.
Represented elderly handicapped gentlemen who fell on asphalt debris in apartment complex parking lot.
Represented woman injured at county road intersection collision suffering complex hand injuries.
Lead counsel in Indiana working to secure a settlement of $125,000,000.00 against the New England Compounding Center and its officers, directors and employees arising from fungus contaminated epidural injections distributed throughout the United States, including Indiana and Michigan.
Represented worker injured at work site due to injuries caused by third party contractors (not employer).
Retail store slip and fall claim resulting in brain injury.
Represented estate of employee injured as a result of an at-work explosion caused by third party contractor.
Represented woman injured due to defective product resulting in injuries involving significant complications and multiple follow up procedures.
Represented estate of construction worker injured who suffered fatal injuries during the course of assisting and the unloading of construction materials from a trailer.
Represented estate of man electrocuted while working on farm property. Settlement with certain defendants and trial with one defendant.
Represented estate of middle age woman who suffered fatal injuries during the course of a car semi-tractor collision.
Represented estate of man who died from injuries due to collision with a semi-tractor trailer.
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Foley & Small handles and tries cases across Indiana and Michigan. This includes working in the following counties, county seats and cities: