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Recently, we’ve been fielding lots of questions about issues encountered while riding. What if the driver that hit me left the scene? Who’s responsible for paying my medical bills? How much fault be assigned to me if I’m doored? I was harassed and caught the license plate of the offending vehicle. Can I do something?
Our Bike Law blog is a resource that spans the wide spectrum of biking. It’s comprised of articles and posts written by the best attorneys and legal advocates across the country who focus on protecting and representing bicyclists. Check it out for both riding and legal tips.
A notable topic of interest includes what steps to take if you’ve been in a crash. Check out this conversation with our friends Bob Mionske (former Olympian, U.S. National Champion, and Bike Law Oregon attorney) and Bruce Hagen (Bike Law Georgia attorney and law partner of Joey Rosskopf’s dad) for a full discussion on this point.
- The Tour de France is over and Chris Graythen predicted a win by Egan Bernal before the race ever started. Here’s our blog about this TdF photographer’s insight into the pro peloton and what it’s like to hang off the back of a moto in France for three weeks.
- Hiring a rolling roadblock to get across a high-stress roadway is as easy as ordering an Uber or Lyft. For a few bucks, it’s potentially the least expensive insurance policy you can buy. Check out our blog on how to add some cover to your ride the next time you’re faced with this situation.
- Bike Easy is hosting its annual member party on Friday, September 27, 2019, at Seven Three Distilling. Great food and even better company. If you’re a Bike Law client, your entry is on us (email me for a ticket). Otherwise, tickets are available at Bike Easy’s page for this event.