KELLUM LAW FIRM – NEWS & RESOURCES
If you’re a cyclist, the laws affecting your use of North Carolina’s roads and highways have changed.
For many cyclists, sharing the road with car and truck drivers is both dangerous (at times) and frustrating. It’s often the case that we’re not given the respect needed by drivers of motorized vehicles, and in cases where the road layout may not have been conceived with cyclists in mind, it can result in a multitude of hazards and risks. Crashes and accidents involving cyclist are on the increase – our Firm has represented many bicycle accident victims in recent times.
Before you need a bicycle accident lawyer to represent you against the driver of a motorized vehicle, we recommend you read our article on how North Carolina’s State Highway laws have been revised, and how these changes are important to both cyclists and users of motorized vehicles, when it comes to sharing the roads and highways with others. Avoiding the need for a bicycle accident attorney
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OUR ADVICE TO YOU:
It’s often the case that the outcome of an accident or injury claim can hinge on the smallest of details. While it may seem appealing to try to handle a case on your own, it’s rare that acting independently of a lawyer will yield the best results for the plaintiff. Therefore, whilst we encourage you to read the useful articles at our website, we strongly recommend that you seek sound legal advice before attempting to deal with any type of accident or injury claim on your own.