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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From Bike Law Jackie: During the past 4 days, I have had the unique opportunity to share Utah’s amazing cycling venues and cycling community with North Carolina attorney and co-founder of Bike Law, Ann Groninger. During our whirlwind 4-day cycling fest, Ann and I were excited to share the Bike Law message with key people […]Read More
Bike lanes are not necessarily a safe zone for bike riders, especially when poorly designed. When riding in bike lanes, do not let your guard down. As cyclists, we face drivers pulling into parking spaces next to bike lanes and opening their doors without looking. I’ve recently represented several cyclists who have been hit […]Read More
Is it reasonable for the law to require all roadway users to use the same amount of caution? Should pedestrians and bicyclists be required to use as much caution on the road as motorists? For a very long time, California has said “no.” Illinois should follow suit. As in Illinois, Californians using the road are […]Read More