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.
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As an Illinois attorney who represents injured bicyclists, and who also sponsors cycling clubs, race teams and bike events I love and hate exculpatory agreements. These rights waiving documents can be devastatingly bad for the individual cyclist who has been harmed due to someone else’s negligence. On the other hand, such waivers protect cycling groups […]Read More
On Monday night I went to listen to Gabe Klein present recommendations for the City of Charleston to help the city move forward with a “New Mobility.” Right away, Klein proclaimed that he is not so much a fan of proposals and studies as he is in “getting things done.” Good. We need some of […]Read More
My social media feed is pretty much full with cycling news and race reports. So for the past several days, I’ve seen a lot of news and commentary on two cycling news events: (1) the Kentucky cyclist convicted of riding in the travel lane of a busy thoroughfare and (2) the New York cyclist colliding with, and critically […]Read More