Bike Riders Struck Near Delray Beach

Two bicyclists, husband and wife, were struck on April 23rd while riding near the A1A in Highland beach. Witnesses claim that the couple was riding southbound in the designated bike lane when a red car weaved off the roadway and crashed into them. The driver sustained minor injuries, and the police are waiting for blood tests to see if alcohol was involved.

Both bike riders sustained serious injuries and were taken to the Delray Medical Center. However, the wife succumbed to her injuries after several days in the hospital. She was 69-years-old and served as the vice president of commercial real estate at Emigrant Bank. Her husband sustained serious head injuries and is still recovering.

How Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Help My Bike Accident Case?

Despite the marked bike lanes, bike wrecks in this area seem to be common. Many cyclists who ride in the Delray area take extra care to watch out for erratic drivers. Nationwide, Florida ranks in the top three states for bicycle accidents and deaths, and such accidents claimed the lives of 122 people back in 2012. The lawyers of Colson Hicks Eidson understand how many lives are lost due to negligence around cyclists. For years we have represented cyclists in wreck cases, and we know what it takes to get restitution for the victims. Visit our Bicycle Accident page and read up on our thorough bike crash investigations, and remember to contact us if you are injured in a bicycle wreck.

Colson Hicks Eidson — Miami Bicycle Accident Lawyers



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