St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
The newly launched Missouri bicycle accident resource center by Page Law is designed to provide visitors with detailed and needed information relevant to victims of accidents and the laws that preserve their rights.
Needed Information for Injured Bicyclists
Those who visit Page Law’s Missouri bicycle accident resource center will be able to access detailed but easy-to-understand information regarding specific laws and the rights of victims. Resource center information details head injuries from accidents, the consequences of defective bike parts, truck-bicycle collisions, child victims of bike accidents, and hit-and-run bicycle crash victims.
Victims of bicycle accidents and their loved ones are often left in a state of shock and confusion as they attempt to cope with and recover from the losses suffered in a bike accident. The information provided by the resource center allows them to fully understand what their rights are and how they can recover physically while also doing what is necessary to prove fault and find compensation for physical, financial, and emotional losses. Information provided by the bike accident resource center will give visitors a clear idea of what the recovery process looks like, how at-fault parties can be held responsible, what to do in the event of a bicycle product recall, how the rights of child victims can be upheld, and what life-altering consequences come from a bicycle accident.
The Traumatic Effects of Bike Crashes
Bicyclists can suffer some of the worst injuries possible in an accident, even in a crash that may seem relatively minor to bystanders. Should a bicyclist be struck by a vehicle, he or she can suffer numerous broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord damage, and injuries to internal organs. Beyond motor vehicle collisions, if a bicyclist suffers a solo accident caused by dangerous roads or other hazards, similar injuries can be suffered. Bicyclists have little to protect themselves in a crash, and while helmets can help protect a victim’s head, he or she can still suffer the worst injuries possible to the rest of the body.
Many of these major injuries can result in death or the shortening of a victim’s life and those that survive can have major disabilities for the rest of their lives. Injured victims may never ride a bike again, but may also be unable to work or perform common day-to-day activities.
Representing the Needs of Victims across Missouri
Years of success in representing victims injured by negligent or reckless parties have led Page Law to being recognized as “One of Missouri’s Most Winningest Law Firms.” Founder and attorney John Page has been named as “One of Missouri’s Most Winningest Plaintiff Lawyers” and received a rating as a “Preeminent Lawyer” by Martindale-Hubbell’s AV Peer Review. Through the skills and resources gained from years of success, the legal team at Page Law aids countless clients in proving fault, finding justice, and receiving full and fair compensation.