Manhattan Brooklyn Bronx NYC Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Bicycle Injury Attorney

A free consultation with a bicycle accident injury lawyer can be had by contacting the law office of Richard M. Kenny in New York City and its boroughs.

New York, United States - August 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

In a dense urban area like New York City, smaller modes of transportation like motorcycles and bicycles are often used as more navigable forms of Transportation, as well as more parkable forms of transportation. Unfortunately, cyclists of all kinds make for hard to see and easy to hit targets that often involve serious injuries and complications as well as fatalities. According to the New York City Department of Transportation in 2017 there were over 58,000 injuries and 221 fatalities for bicycles alone involved in motor vehicle collisions. That averaged over 160 incidents per day. Protective gear such as helmets and padding can reduce the likelihood of severe injury, but any injury between a cyclist in a vehicle runs a high risk of Life altering or life ending damage.

The law office of Richard M. Kenny represents all kinds of cyclists in New York City, and those who have been injured in a motorcycle injury or bicycle accident that involved somebody else are urged to seek a free legal consultation by calling 212-421-0300 or visiting the Google Business Listing for New York City Bicycle Injury Lawyers at RMK Injury Law.

Persons who have been involved in a motor vehicle collision while on a bicycle or motorcycle or as a pedestrian need to know what their rights are, since if they don’t know what their rights are they often times will not be able to make sure that their rights are protected. People injured in vehicle accidents often times simply deal with insurance companies, without realizing that most insurance companies have at the end of the day their bottom line as their primary interest. Moreover, oftentimes there are multiple parties at fault, and the only way to get full compensation, which can cover damages, medical bills, time missed from work, and more, is to pursue the full course of legal remedy, and the best way to do that is to work with a competent Manhattan bicycle injury lawyer.

The law office of Richard M. Kenny provides a completely free consultation to any citizen of New York who has been injured in any way, including but not limited to motorcycle injury accidents and bicycle accidents. They also represent people injured in slip and fall and trip and fall accidents, construction accidents, medical malpractice, as well as automobile injury accidents. To schedule a free consultation with NYC Cyclist Injury Attorney, visit the “contact us” page at Mr. Kenny’s site, or call 212-421-0300

Contact Info:
Name: Richard M. Kenny
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Organization: The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny
Address: 875 6th Ave Suite #805, New York, New York 10001, United States
Phone: +1-212-421-0300
Website: https://www.rmkinjurylaw.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88908241

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