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Bike Law is a network of bicycle crash attorneys, founded in 1998.

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As of February 2016, we "dropped the A word."  After representing hundreds of cyclists over the years, we've realized that bicycle crashes are rarely "accidents."  In our experience, they are caused by the negligence, recklessness, or crimes of drivers.

About Bike Law

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Bike Laws & Lawyers By State

We represent bicyclists injured in traffic crashes, at the police station, against insurance companies, and in the courts.

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Blog

We advocate the rights of all cyclists, not just our clients. We report, comment, and campaign on bicycling safety.

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Learn

We teach the police about bike laws and helmet laws. We educate drivers, and train cyclists and clubs on bike safety.

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Bike Culture

We believe in the cycling movement and where it is going. We want cycling culture to evolve elegantly.

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BLCX

Racing cyclocross, across the country.

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Merch

Join our tribe of cyclists who share in the celebration of cycling.

From The Blog

Apr 26, 2016

At Bike Law, we know too well that drivers are often not seriously charged for injuring cyclists in crashes. But in more and more of our cases, they are.  Here’s a recent example from North Carolina in which the police correctly upped the charges from misdemeanor to felony.  Thanks to the growing number of police […]

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Apr 21, 2016

  There are things the world needs less of.  Poverty.  Traffic.  Condominiums. Bike shops would not make the list.  Fixers and sellers of bicycles are folks who only the most irascible curmudgeon would wish to see fewer in number.  Yet, battle lines have been drawn in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood between the owners of high […]

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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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