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Amy Benner Johnson Jun 25, 2014

This article serves as an overview of some of the laws which apply to cyclists while riding in Tennessee. Bicycles are defined as vehicles and are lawfully allowed on many roadways in Tennessee, subject to certain provisions which are designed with cyclist safety in mind. Fault Determining fault is a requirement in any lawsuit, and an […]

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Bike Law Jun 24, 2014

As a bicycle accident attorney, cyclist and advocate, I prepared this as an overview of laws that might be beneficial to Kansas cyclists. It is not a complete review of the laws. For more information, please contact [email protected]elaw.com. All statutory references are to Kansas Statutes Annotated (KSA) DAMAGES Kansas follows Modified Comparative Fault. 50% bar […]

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Bike Law Jun 24, 2014

As a bicycle accident attorney, cyclist and advocate, I prepared this as an overview of laws that might be beneficial to Missouri cyclists. It is not a complete review of the laws. For more information, please contact [email protected] All statutory references are to Revised Statutes of Missouri (RSMO) Missouri follows pure comparative fault. Prior to […]

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Bryan Waldman Jun 20, 2014

This past Saturday, June 14, 2014, my firm (the Sinas Dramis Law Firm), along with the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI), co-sponsored the 1st annual “Lids for Kids” Bike Helmet Giveaway and Bike Safety event, held at Garfield Park in Grand Rapids. This was our first helmet event in the Grand Rapids area, and […]

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Peter Wilborn Jun 20, 2014

The Tour of Kansas City starts today! A three-day biking festival in the Kansas City Metro area.

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Peter Wilborn Jun 18, 2014

We hear more and more about those damn cyclists riding two abreast. Not a week goes by that the lawyers of Bike Law don’t get a call from a journalist asking about this controversy. We hear from frustrated drivers, complaining that when they drive behind a group of cyclists, the riders refuse to ride single […]

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Charlie Thomas Jun 18, 2014

As both a bicycle accident attorney and advocate for safer riding, I prepared this article to serve as an overview of the laws that apply to riders while bicycling in Texas. Fault of the Motorist or Bicyclist in a Crash that Affects Recovery In any accident, the question of fault or liability asks who was […]

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Charlie Thomas Jun 18, 2014

As both a bicycle accident attorney and advocate for safer riding, I prepared this article to serve as an overview of the laws that apply to riders while bicycling in Louisiana. Fault of the Motorist or Bicyclist in a Crash that Affects Recovery In any accident, the question of fault or liability asks who was […]

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Charlie Thomas Jun 18, 2014

As both a bicycle accident attorney and advocate for safer riding, I prepared this article to serve as an overview of the laws that apply to riders while bicycling in Mississippi. Fault of the Motorist or Bicyclist in a Crash that Affects Recovery In any accident, the question of fault or liability asks who was […]

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Peter Wilborn Jun 06, 2014

The state of Utah bicycle laws explained

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Bryan Waldman Jun 05, 2014

As a bicycle accident lawyer in Michigan, I am thrilled to report that HB 5438, passed unanimously by the House, seeks to include information about bicycle and motorcycle laws in Michigan drivers’ education courses. Yesterday, the Michigan House passed HB 5438, which would add information about bicycles and motorcycles and how they operate on Michigan […]

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Peter Wilborn Jun 05, 2014

Bike Law Vance here.  Last week, Bike Law Ann wrote a passionate blog post about a morning ride in Charlotte, North Carolina and close calls she had with motorists. The post went viral, getting over 10,000 views. What followed was a “debate” in the comments to the post, including some violent ones threatening cyclists on […]

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