Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Lawyers
Bicycle Accident Attorneys serving Oklahoma City, Tulsa and cities throughout Oklahoma for Over 40 Years
February, 2021: If You've Been Injured in an Oklahoma Bicycle Accident, You Need an EXPERIENCED Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Lawyer.
Hundreds of Oklahomans could be seriously injured or killed in bicycle accidents in 2021 involving cars, trucks, buses, police, fire and other city or state vehicles, delivery vehicles, and even other cyclists. Many bicycle accidents result in catastrophic injuries, including: brain injury, broken bones, and neck & spine injuries.
Attorney James Self, has successfully represented victims of Oklahoma accidents for over 40 years, and has won millions of dollars for his clients -- this is not a combined number from several attorneys, this is Mr. Self's personal success record.
Most Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Injury Legal Claims Are Caused By:
Bad Winter Weather and Icy Roads Mean More Serious Bicycle Accident Injuries & Fatalities in Oklahoma: Serious bicycle accident injuries and fatalities dramatically increase during the months of January and February because of drivers speeding and distracted driving when ice and winter road conditions are most dangerous.
All Bicycle Accident injury cases are complex, and require an EXPERIENCED Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Injury Attorney. If you've been injured in a 2021 Winter Season Bicycle Accident in OKC, Tulsa or anywhere in Oklahoma, please contact Self & Associates immediately.
If you or your child has been seriously injured in a Bicycle Accident in OKC, or anywhere in Oklahoma, you need the Best Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Attorney on your side.
For over 40 years, our Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Law Firm has successfully represented and recovered millions of dollars for our vehicle accident & personal injury clients.
If you, your child, or anyone in your family has been injured in a bicycle accident, we can help -- please contact Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Attorney James Self, at Self & Associates for a free consultation, or call us right now at the toll-free phone number below.
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Serious Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Injuries on the Rise: In 2021 experts estimate there will be over 45,000 reported bicycle accidents nationwide -- with over 1,000 possibly killed -- far too many of these will occur here in Oklahoma.
Winter 2021 ALERT: Oklahoma Drowsy and Distracted Driving Bicycle Accident Injuries are Skyrocketing: Cases of serious drowsy or distracted driver accident injuries have increased dramatically across the US, and are expected to increase even more -- by some estimates almost 25% of all bicycle accidents are caused by drowsy or distracted driving.
DID YOU KNOW: Most deadly Bicycle Accidents happen on rural roads? And, not surprisingly, a vast majority of bicycle accident injuries occur during the day. No matter where or when your Oklahoma bicycle accident happens, we can help.
Since injuries of all kinds and even wrongful death can often occur, the victims of serious bicycle accidents and their families are faced with long periods of medical treatment, staggering medical bills, lost wages, pain and emotional distress.
The families of Oklahoma bicycle accident victims who have unfortunately lost their lives can be faced with medical and burial expenses and the loss of the family's financial support.
There are many factors to consider in deciding How to Choose the Best Oklahoma Bicycle Accident Lawyer, including the amount of experience the attorney has in successfully mounting cases here in Oklahoma against large Insurance Companies.
With over 40 years experience, James Self and Self and Associates have won HUNDREDS of accident injury cases recovering Millions of dollars for clients. We know Oklahoma Accident Injury Law as it applies to bicycle accidents, how to win against major insurance companies, and will work hard to make sure that our bicycle accident victims receive the compensation they deserve.
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