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Peter Wilborn Apr 05, 2019

MARYLAND BICYCLE LAWS It’s important to know your legal rights (and duties) when bicycling in Maryland. It is especially important after a bicycle accident (we call them bicycle “crashes” and explain why here). For any questions about the State’s bike laws, or about your rights to the road, contact attorney Peter Wilborn directly. Right to […]

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Peter Wilborn Apr 05, 2019

SOUTH CAROLINA BICYCLE LAWS It’s important to know your legal rights (and duties) when bicycling in South Carolina. It is especially important after a bicycle accident (we call them bicycle “crashes” and explain why here). For any questions about the State’s bike laws, or about your rights to the road, contact attorneys Peter Wilborn and […]

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Peter Wilborn Oct 02, 2018

October is a big month in the triathlon world, with the Kona Ironman World Championships on the 13th. So it is good news that Triathlete Magazine chose its October issue to focus on bicycle safety and advocacy. Bike Law Director (and our resident triathlete) Rachael Maney was featured and interviewed in the piece. She shared […]

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Peter Wilborn Sep 28, 2018

Chicago has become one of the nation’s top cycling cities, but along with more has come an increase in dooring crashes. A Chicago news channel has covered the issue and interviewed attorney Brendan Kevenides, Bike Law’s legal resource in Illinois. Brendan explained the growing risk to cyclists and how the “Dutch Reach” can help.  The […]

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Bike Delaware
Peter Wilborn Feb 11, 2018

We understand the importance of good Rules of the Road when it comes to protecting cyclists in court. Changing the laws that protect cyclists is one of the most important ways to make the roads safer and promote better biking. And there has been some notable progress in this area over the last 10 years. […]

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Peter Wilborn Jul 28, 2017

When a motor vehicle driver intentionally drives close enough to the cyclist, swerves toward the cyclist or otherwise maneuvers the motor vehicle in an effort to intimidate the cyclist or create fear of a crash or injury. 

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Punishment Pass Oregon
Peter Wilborn Jul 13, 2017

Today we join others in a campaign to address the problem of close calls and the punishment pass. Join us to End the Punishment Pass.

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Arleigh Jenkins - Bike Law Director
Peter Wilborn Jan 02, 2017

Bike Law is thrilled to announce the successful recruitment of Arleigh Jenkins as our Director.

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Katie Zimmerman
Peter Wilborn Dec 08, 2016

Here’s a guest rant from Katie Zimmerman. Katie is the Director of the Air, Water, & Public Health Program for the South Carolina Coastal Conservation League. She joined the League in 2009 as a Project Manager after working at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Coastal Services Center. She currently serves on the Executive […]

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Bike Law Bicycle Accident Lawyers are Hiring
Peter Wilborn Dec 05, 2016

1/2/16: THE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED.  ANNOUNCEMENT TO COME. *** We are looking for a Directeur Sportif, Administratif, et de Creation.  A Guy/Gal Friday.  A no-job-too-small-or-too-big Lieutenant. Bike Law is a network of bicycle lawyers across the country (bikelaw.com).  Our affiliated lawyers are a great crew of hard-working and successful attorneys, dedicated bike advocates, and […]

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Peter Wilborn Nov 18, 2016

In the summer of 2014 Matthew Brenner was struck and killed by a motorist on Sands Street underneath the Manhattan Bridge in Brooklyn. From the moment of the crash there was more questions than answers. At the scene of the crash, the driver was not arrested or even issued a summons under NYC’s Right of Way […]

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Bike Law Kit
Peter Wilborn Sep 20, 2016

It’s new Kit Day at Bike Law HQ!  The one and only Joni Taylor from Texmarket has come through yet again on version 4.0. At this point in our jersey game, the new improvements are tiny, because our 3.0 was pretty darn good. But this is our best yet. The fabrics, the cut, the details, […]

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