We represent cyclists injured in bicycle accidents, at the police station, with insurance companies, and in the courts.
We advocate the rights of cyclists, not just our clients. From Bob’s column in Bicycling Magazine to our active blog, we report, comment, and campaign for better cycling.
We teach the police about bike laws and bike safety, we educate drivers about the rules of the road, and we train cyclists and clubs to ride more safely.
We believe in the cycling movement and where it is going. Taking inspiration from the past, as in Peter’s article “The Lost Art of the Group Ride,” we want cycling culture to evolve elegantly.
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We are thrilled to announce that the Freeman Kevenides Law Firm has joined the Bike Law Network! An icon in Chicago’s vibrant cycling community, James Freeman is known by many simply as “Lawyer Jim.” For many years, he has volunteered and worked with local bicycle advocacy organizations educating people about their rights and responsibilities. He gives regular […]Read More
Many of us are now familiar with the bicycle accident that resulted in the death of bicyclist, Philip Geeck, on July 17, 2014. As a bicycle accident attorney, I wanted to understand how a bicyclist who apparently was following all traffic laws and pedaling in a protected bicycle lane could have been caught up and […]Read More
Many of you have read the Washington Post’s Courtland Milloy’s attack-piece on cyclists in DC. There have been thoughtful, rationale, and intelligent responses already: read WABA’s response, Washington City Paper , and WashCycle. The Post tried to contain the damage by publishing It’s time to tone down the tirades against bicyclists, by “transportation reporter and avid bicyclist” Ashley […]Read More