Austin Bicycle Wreck Attorney

If you or someone you love has been in a serious bicycle wreck, your life will never be the same. When a car, truck or other motor vehicle collides with a bike, injuries are usually quite severe. After an accident of this kind, it is critical to work with an attorney who has the experience, knowledge and dedication to take your legal matter personally and make sure you get the compensation you deserve.

Stephen G. Nagle, Austin bicycle wreck lawyer and founder of Stephen G. Nagle & Associates, has over 35 years of litigation experience and is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He combines this experience and training with a firm commitment to providing individualized attention to each client’s case.

Compensation For Catastrophic Injuries

Bicycle wrecks are far too common. In 2009, 630 cyclists were killed and an additional 51,000 were injured in motor vehicle wrecks in the United States.* To make matters worse, children on bicycles are particularly susceptible to wrecks involving motor vehicles.

In the vast majority of cases, bike injury cases are catastrophic, involving injuries that include broken bones, paralysis, burn injuries and traumatic brain injuries.

Because many of these injuries involve long-term complications, it is critical to work with an experienced lawyer who can make sure you get full compensation for all of the ongoing medical, emotional, psychological and financial damages you will endure.

“If you or your child has been seriously hurt in a bike wreck, I will do everything I can personally to make sure you obtain the best compensation award available under the law.”

Stephen G. Nagle, Attorney at Law

Contact Stephen G. Nagle & Associates

Call 512-480-0505 or email the firm to schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney from Stephen G. Nagle & Associates.

*Data compiled from the United States Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Traffic Safety FactsBicyclists and Other Cyclists, 2009