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Network of independent bicycle crash attorneys.

Bicycle crashes are not bicycle accidents.

We are a network of independent bicycle crash lawyers who share a common approach to the law and to helping cyclists. Our bike crash attorneys have handled thousands of cases. We know the difference between a bicycle accident and bicycle crash, and why it matters.

Our goal is to be bicycle advocates as well as legal advocates, and to pursue cycling justice.

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As cyclists, we take a different approach because we understand how important cycling is.

About Bike Law

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Bike Accident Lawyers

Lawyers in the Bike Law Network 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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Safe Bicycling Tips

What to do if you are in a bike crash, why we don't say bicycle accident or bike accident, how to ride safely, and more.

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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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The Bike Law Foundation

In addition to representing individual cyclists, our 501(c)(3) Foundation advocates for better biking everywhere!

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

From The Blog

Rick Bernardi Jan 22, 2020

It’s a brand-new year; behind us, we have had an amazingly successful year, with not one, but two new laws that have significantly improved Oregon’s bicycle laws and brought real, positive change for Oregon’s cyclists. As probably everyone in Oregon has heard, it is now legal for cyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs […]

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Ghost bike in New Orleans
Charlie Thomas Nov 26, 2019

Recently, I was in a spirited discussion about whether Louisiana needs a law to act as a middle ground between serious criminal charges and petty traffic tickets when a bicyclist is hit or killed. Someone asked whether Louisiana law should hold a driver, who didn’t have the “intent” to hurt someone, criminally accountable. This led […]

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