Wisconsin has one of the highest per capita number of bicyclists in the country. Bicycling Magazine lists Madison among the best bicycling cities. The League of American Bicyclists named Wisconsin second in the Nation among bicycle friendly states. Unfortunately, hundreds of riders are seriously injured every year. With decades of experience, a bicycle accident attorney from Axley Law Firm can help.

If we take your bike accident case, we will do so with our Axley Promise:

We will charge no fee unless we recover money for you. Period.

Injuries to cyclists can occur from:

  • Cars exiting driveways without checking for bicycles
  • Car doors opening directly in front of a bicyclist
  • A right-turning car
  • A driver making a left turn directly into the path of a¬†bicyclist
  • Dog attacks

These accidents result in fractures, concussions, nerve injuries, scarring, serious strains of muscles and ligaments, and a host of other injuries.

For a free, no obligation consultation with an Axley Bike Accident Lawyer: Call Us, We Can Help.

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