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3 Things Atlanta Bike Accident Lawyers Don’t Want to Hear – and Why You Should Tell Us Anyway (Part 2 of 2)


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10/21/2011
Dover Law Firm
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On September 17, 2011 our Atlanta car accident lawyers shared part one in our two part series of things we don't want to hear about your Atlanta bicycle accident, but that we want you to tell us anyway. Today, were sharing part two of that series with you.

Even though the following may not help your case, we want you to tell us:
  • "I Wasn't Wearing a Helmet." While a helmet is important protection against head and spine injuries, you may still be able to recover damages even if you weren't wearing a helmet.
  • "I Didn't Stay to Talk to the Police." While it is best not to leave the scene of an accident, we want to know why you left before the police arrived on scene. Sometimes medical treatment can't wait or another compelling reason exists for your early exit.
  • "I Forgot to Follow Up with My Doctor." We've said it before and we'll say it again: Medical treatment is essential to your recovery. It is important to keep follow up appointments and to report new symptoms to your doctor, so that your doctor can treat you effectively and so that you can make the best possible recovery after an Atlanta bike crash.

It is only with full information about your case that we can present a strong case on your behalf, anticipate the defense's arguments, and fight for your just recovery. To speak with one of our experienced Atlanta bike accident attorneys today, please call us at 1.770.518.1133.


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