Washington, D.C. Bike Crash Attorneys

Timmy Finch grew up riding Washington's streets, as a racer, commuter, and DC messenger.

As a Washington, D.C. bike crash attorney, he is here to help.

Representation in DC bicycle crash cases

Timmy Finch grew up in the DC area and his best job (before joining The Law Office of Peter Wilborn) was his stint as a full-time bike messenger.  He knows the city's streets.

Timmy is a 2009 graduate of the Charleston School of Law. For his first five years of practice, he was a prosecutor focusing on crimes against women.  He has extensive trial experience as a lead attorney and has handled thousands of complex cases of violent crime and sexual assault.

As a cyclist and lawyer, Timmy feels a responsibility to help injured bicyclists. His life long love affair with the bike and sense of justice are what brought him to Bike Law.

Timmy has raced on the road and track. Timmy still uses a track bike (and now cargo bike) to get around.  Riding is his passion and he rides every day.

Learn more about Timmy here.

If you have been injured in a DC bike accident, by a defective bicycle product, or because of an unsafe road condition and would like to discuss your case with a DC bicycle accident attorney who gets cycling, Timmy welcomes your call for a free consultation.  He can be reached at timmy@bikelaw.com, and 844-531-7530 (toll free, 24/7).

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