Can a Bicyclist File an Injury Lawsuit against a NJ Driver? When bicyclists are injured while riding in and around traffic, they need to know when they can bring a New Jersey personal injury claim against a driver of a motor vehicle. Find out here, in this video.

Bicycles are vehicles, too—which is why bicyclists have to follow the road rules and ride carefully next to traffic. When bicyclists get injured because they are riding however they want to—riding against traffic, running stop signs, and not abiding by the rules of the road—a bicyclist doesn’t particularly have a strong claim for damages. Cyclists have a potential lawsuit when they are injured in a New Jersey car and bicycle accident while they are obeying the rules of the road. The law goes to who is at fault for the accident.

To find out if you have a personal injury claim following your Trenton bicycle accident, call the Central New Jersey personal injury law firm of Gaylord Popp, LLC, at 888-716-8086 or 609-771-8611 for a complimentary case consultation today.