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Bicycling is becoming an increasingly popular hobby in Ohio and across the United States. Unfortunately, as more people take to roads on their bicycles, the likelihood of bicycle accidents increases. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that, in 2008, bicyclists accounted for two percent of all traffic fatalities, as well as two percent of all people injured in traffic crashes during the year. In all, according to the NHTSA, some 716 bicyclists were killed and 52,000 were injured in traffic accidents in 2008.

In a state where bicyclists have an equal claim to the roadways, it is difficult to believe that people often side with the driver of the motor vehicle involved in a bicycle accident. Even when bicyclists are obeying the law, prospective jurors will often put themselves in the place of the driver who hit them and not the injured victim. If you've been injured in a bicycle accident, you need experienced, aggressive attorneys who will fight to obtain the compensation you deserve. Contact us to arrange a free consultation.

We Take Your Case Personally.

At Spangenberg Shibley & Liber, we take your bicycle accident personal injury claim seriously. We work with independent experts and use the latest technology to investigate and prepare a sophisticated, intelligent and logically persuasive case that insurance company lawyers know will get past jury bias against bicyclists. Our attorneys have more than 65 years of trial success and resources backing your case. Insurance company lawyers know that we work as a team of skilled, knowledgeable professionals to present the strongest case possible for a full and fair settlement — or we'll see them in front of the judge and jury.

Free Consultation · Contingency Fees · Spanish and Ukrainian Interpreters

Should you file a lawsuit? You won't know until you talk to an experienced attorney. Contact us or call us at (877) 696-3303 to arrange a free, confidential consultation. You can get answers, find out what happened, and help prevent similar needless injuries from happening to other people, too.

We handle our cases on a contingency-fee basis: if we can't help you recover money damages, you won't pay attorneys' fees. When you meet with us to discuss your case, it will be with an attorney, not an investigator or paralegal. We also have Spanish and Ukrainian interpreters available. Contact us today to get us started on investigating your claim from our Cleveland headquarters.

Experienced, Sophisticated, Reputable.


For more than 65 years, the attorneys at Spangenberg Shibley & Liber have represented people injured in bicycle accidents in Ohio. Our attorneys have access to the most sophisticated technical and medical resources available to investigate and prepare your case to win. When the insurance company lawyers see our name on the lawsuit, they know it is well researched, carefully investigated and thoroughly prepared. For you, that means insurance company lawyers come to the table prepared to discuss a full and fair settlement - or we'll see them in court.

Talk to us to determine whether you have a legitimate bicycle accident case for you or your child. We have experience representing individuals and families in all types of bicycle accident injury and wrongful death cases, including:

  • Head injuries and traumatic brain injuries
  • Back, neck and spine injuries
  • Accidents caused by defective parts or systems
  • Bicycle accidents caused by negligent truck drivers

Remember, if you have a claim, there is most likely a statute of limitations clock running, after which you won't have the right to file a lawsuit. Protect your rights by contacting us today or calling us at (877) 696-3303.

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