If the accident was partially my fault, do I still have a case?

Yes. Unlike pedestrians, who have the right of way, bicyclists must follow the same rules of the road as automobiles and other motor vehicles. Sometimes, bicyclists fail to follow these rules and an accident results. However, just because the bicyclist may have violated a traffic law does not necessarily confer full fault for the accident. In many cases, the cause for the accident is still partially attributed to the negligent vehicle driver. When this is the case, any settlement you recover will be based on the percentage of fault attributed to the driver.

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