College Student Remains In Hospital Nearly A Month After Being Struck By A Car While Riding His Bike Near Campus.

Riding a bike is a great way to combine exercise and transportation—all while saving a little money on gas. There are added risks, however, to riding a bike on the street with cars only a couple of feet away. If you are unfortunate enough, while riding a bike, to have a vehicle negligently enter your bike lane, which subsequently causes you to have an accident, you may be entitled to compensation equal to the amount of your pain and suffering and other damages. Victims of bicycle accidents should rely on an experienced bicycle accident personal injury attorney at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates to help guide them through the complicated twists and turns in the litigation process inherent with these cases.

A Georgia Tech student remains hospitalized after he was injured in a June accident while riding his bike. On June 23, Max Germain, then 22 years-old, was riding his bike near the intersection of Ferst Drive NW and Fowler Street NW when he was struck by a driver who was trying to make a left turn. Campus police responded to the scene at around 11:30 that morning and cited Thomas Elliott, 66 years-old, for failure to yield and injuring a person.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a bicycle accident and suffered injuries as a result, please call our expert Boston, MA bicycle accident attorneys or personal injury lawyers here at our Boston, Massachusetts law firm. Someone will be here 24/7 and can be reached by phone at 617-787-3700 or by email at for a free and confidential consultation. Our attorneys have decades of experience in recovering millions of dollars in damages and will work vigorously on your case.  The needs of our clients are our top priority!

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