Tennessee Bicycle Crash Attorney

After handling hundreds of cases, we have learned that a bike crash is rarely a "bike accident." As a Tennessee bike crash attorney, Amy knows the difference. Amy has represented cyclists in Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville, and from all across the state.

Memphis Bike Crash Attorney

Representation in Tennessee Bicycle Crash Cases

Bike accident attorney Amy Benner has been riding a bike as a triathlete and a commuter since 2005. After experiencing cyclist infrastructure elsewhere, Amy made it her goal to see these same options available in Tennessee. Along the way, Amy realized she is in a position to fight for cyclists and their family members who have been injured or lost loved ones as a result of unsafe road conditions or negligent and hostile drivers. Amy lives, works and plays in Knoxville, but can be found practicing law throughout the state of Tennessee. In March of 2014, Amy attended the League of American Cyclists’ National Bike Summit in Washington, D.C., where she met Peter Wilborn, and was inspired by the Bike Law mission of client and cause advocacy.

Amy is affiliated with Bike Walk Tennessee, and speaks at Bike Walk Tennessee’s annual summit, which rotates throughout the state each year.  She is headquartered in Knoxville, and represents bicyclists in Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga, and everywhere in between.

Read Amy's analysis of the rights and duties of cyclists in Tennessee: Tennessee Bicycle Laws.

Read Bob Mionske's interview of Amy.

Amy employs a private investigator, an accident reconstructionist who specializes in bicycle accidents, and a bilingual receptionist to meet the needs of her clients. Additionally, Amy has developed a positive working relationship with law enforcement officials, whom she can reach out to when a new incident occurs. If you or a family member have been injured in a cycling accident, and you wish to discuss your legal options with Amy, email her at amy@bikelaw.com or call her at 844-531-7530.

If you would like Bike Law to come speak to your club or at your shop, please contact us.

Tennessee Bicycle Crash Attorney Blog Posts

Jun 23, 2016

On June 22, 2016, the driver who ran down and killed five Kalamazoo cyclists and injured four others was officially brought into a Kalamazoo courtroom and charged with five counts of second-degree murder and four counts of reckless driving causing serious impairment. At that court proceeding, it was also revealed that the driver, 50-year-old Charles […]

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Jun 20, 2016

Before heading out for a ride most of us intuitively check our air, brakes, chains and cranks and do a once over of our bikes.  We confirm our helmets are secure, our cell phones and Garmins are charged, and that we have lights, if we think we’ll need them.  If we are going any significant […]

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Mike Dayton
Apr 15, 2016

I got hit. Put me down for 44 years without an injury, save for the occasional tired knee and lungs. A careful rider with a mirror to see cars that approach too quickly. A careful rider who watches and slows for riders off the back. Yes, a careful rider, but I don’t remember seeing the […]

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