Georgia Bicycle Accident Lawyers

Georgia offers some of the greatest riding in the country, from incredible mountain bike trails in the Chattahoochee National Forest to the Silver Comet Trail that runs all the way to Alabama. The annual Bike Ride Across Georgia is a week-long event that takes cyclists to various points throughout the state. Mountains in the north, long flat stretches along the coast, Georgia has everything a rider could ever want.

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Representation in Georgia bicycle crash cases

If you need legal help for injuries from a Georgia bicycle accident, turn to Bike Law Georgia attorneys Bruce Hagen and Ken Rosskopf. Bruce and Ken are avid bicyclists themselves and are dedicated advocates for Georgia bikers. They've handled hundreds of bike accident cases and actively help bicyclists understand Georgia's bike laws.

Georgia Bike Law Attorney Bruce Hagen: Bruce’s law firm is fully committed to representing bicyclists.  “All of our attorneys and most of the staff are full time riders,” he says.

Georgia Bike Law Lawyer Ken Rosskopf: Ken has been described as the “Dean” of bicycle accident cases in the Atlanta area. Ken has been an active bike advocate at the local and state level, working with local groups on safety, setting up a Bike Share program and volunteering his time to coach kids.

Report Your Georgia Bike Crash

It only takes a minute to fill out our Bicycle Crash Report Form.

If you would like to discuss your case with an Georgia bicycle accident attorney, we welcome your email or call for a free consultation. Contact Bruce by email or 404-522-7553, and Ken at 404-522-7553.

We’ve helped hundreds of bicyclists across the state, including riders from these bicycle-friendly communities: Atlanta, Athens, Columbus, Decatur, Macon, Milledgeville, Roswell and Savannah.

Georgia Bike Law Information

Advocacy: Bruce and Ken were instrumental in educating Milton police officers on Georgia bicyclists’ rights and responsibilities. Read Bruce’s blog post about the close call on a Georgia group bike ride that led to that education opportunity.

FAQs: Ken and Bruce recently answered questions cyclists have about bike accidents, including insurance issues and time limits on filing a legal claim. Here’s the link to frequently asked questions about Georgia bike laws.

Legal Blog on Georgia Bike Laws and developments: Bruce regularly blogs on topics of interests to Georgia bikers. Recent posts include How to Enforce the 3 Foot Law?Rogue Riders on Group Rides and The Left Cross: cyclists seen with eyes, but not the brain.

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Georgia Bike Law Speakers

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Georgia Bicycle Accident Lawyers Blog Posts

Rick Bernardi Apr 16, 2019

From the beginning, the Bike Law Network has had a singular focus—helping cyclists who have been injured find justice. Well, what’s so special about that? Lots of lawyers take bicycle accident cases. But the Bike Law Network is different—the lawyers in the network are cyclists themselves, and they’re passionately committed to protecting the rights of […]

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Rachael Maney Sep 12, 2018

You may have already seen the video below. If you haven’t, please watch. On Tuesday, August 24th just before 7PM, Jeff McCord and approximately 20 other cyclists were stopped at the intersection of Karl Daly and Grants Mill Road in Irondale, Alabama, a town outside the city of Birmingham. As McCord waited for an ambulance […]

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Brendan Kevenides Jun 04, 2018

At sea a boat under power must give way to a more vulnerable craft.  The law requires that a power driven vessel give way to a sailing vessel.  A sail boat must give way to a craft engaged in fishing. These simple rules are consistent with the maxim that with greater power comes greater responsibility. […]

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