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Tag: Accidents with Vechicles

What to do if You are in a Bicycle Accident

Posted on: Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Riding a bicycle is a great form of exercise and mode of transportation. While riding a bicycle is generally considered to be a very safe activity, there are situations in which you may be involved in an accident. If you are involved in a bike accident, there are several things you should do to make […]

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The Story of Nako – Rear-Ended by the Car and Sued By the Driver

Posted on: Friday, December 1st, 2017

If you are well-versed in the cautionary tales of other cyclists, then you might already know the story of UCLA Ph.D. candidate Nako Nakatsuka. While many cycling accidents are horrifying, there is none more outrageous than her case. In April 2014, Nako was riding her road bike from work when she was rear-ended by a […]

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Biking in Big Cities: PA/NJ Cyclists Receive Much Needed, Brotherly Love

Posted on: Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Philadelphia may be more than 2,200 miles away from our law offices in California but no matter. Distance cannot stop the kinship we feel with those who think of biking as a way of life. Accordingly, we were pleased to read about what The Delaware River Port Authority is doing for fellow bikers who call the City of Brotherly […]

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Who is at Fault for Bicycle Accidents Involving Children?

Posted on: Thursday, October 12th, 2017

We talk a lot about bicycle accidents concerning adults. However, the truth is that a large number of adults ride their bicycles, but almost every child does too. They might stick to sidewalks sometimes, but at some point, they will use the streets as their pathway, and accidents will occur. However, just like bicycling accidents […]

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Had A Near-Miss With a Car? Study Shows You Are Not The Only One

Posted on: Thursday, August 24th, 2017

Even if you are just a casual road cyclist, everyone has one of those stories about how they almost go completely wrecked by a car. We like to call them “near-miss” accidents because they almost happened but didn’t. However, if you only know a limited number of cyclists, then you don’t know how common near-misses […]

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