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  • Pittsburgh Office


    The Grant Building, 310 Grant Street
    Suite 1515
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219

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Imagine a routine day: you bolt out of bed and brush your teeth. You grab a quick shower, gulp down some coffee, and hit the road on your way to work. But one day when you hit the road, another car rammed into you without looking. Or a truck sideswiped you. Or maybe you were out riding your bike on a lovely Sunday afternoon and a car slid into the bike lane.

The kind of routine day you grew accustomed to has faded to a distant dream. Ordinary things you used to do you can no longer do or can only do with a great amount of pain.

You deserve compensation for your damages. Likewise if a family member was injured through someone else’s negligence—a driver, a manufacturer, a health care professional.

Adamczyk Law Offices, L.L.P. can help you claim what is rightfully yours. John Adamczyk has years of experience litigating personal injury cases in Pennsylvania courts. He handles personal injury cases involving the following:

  • Vehicle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Product liability
  • Premises liability
  • Medical malpractice

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Cyclists have rights—Pennsylvania bike laws

Title 75 of the Pennsylvania Code considers a bicycle or motorcycle a vehicle and as such governs their use as with all vehicles, including cars and trucks, providing no less or greater rights of the road.

Because drivers of trucks and cars think and behave otherwise, injuries often unnecessarily occur, the fault of the car or truck driver.  As an avid cyclist, John Adamczyk, Esquire, knows first hand how to deal with those failing to abide by the laws of the road.

In addition to cases involving cars or trucks, landowners of abutting property to a roadway who permit hazards on the road such as a loose dog that bites or gravel from a driveway can also be held responsible for injuries to the cyclist.

When you need family law or personal injury assistance or representation, just give our law firm a call.

We will set up a free appointment to hear your needs and assess your accident or malpractice case. Call us today for your free consultation at (412) 345-3594.