Helping Hurt Bicyclists Get The Compensation They Deserve

If you ride a bicycle or moped in Miami Beach or anywhere in the area, you have likely come across drivers who have a hard time sharing the road. Even if you are doing everything right, you could still be struck by a car, meaning you could die or suffer catastrophic injuries such as:

  • Brain injuries
  • Head injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Back and spinal cord injuries

We at Cofiño Trial Law can help if you have been hurt in a bike accident or have lost a loved one. Personal injury lawyer Pedro A. Cofiño has recovered millions in compensation on behalf of his clients over the last three decades; he can put his trial skills to use for you. We are prepared to represent clients in Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County and throughout the state of Florida.

We Will Be Aggressive In Investigating Your Accident

We will dig deep into the factors that caused your bicycle accident, including whether the driver who struck you was acting negligently behind the wheel by:

  • Failing to obey traffic laws
  • Failing to yield right of way
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Following or driving too closely
  • Texting and driving
  • Allowing other distractions to take precedence
  • Speeding

Many drivers will claim that they could not see bikers. Not being able to see you is not an acceptable excuse for causing an accident. That is where we come in. We can hold negligent drivers accountable for their actions while making sure their insurance companies pay you the benefits you need to aid in your recovery.

You Will Owe Us Nothing If We Cannot Recover Compensation

Your personal injury case is on a contingency basis meaning if you don't recover damages, you owe us nothing. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain, by contacting Cofiño Trial Law. Call our Miami Beach office at 305-222-7389 or send us an email to schedule a consultation. Consultations are at a cost that is then applied to your retainer when you retain our services.