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Category: About the process

Why You Should Keep Your Bicycle Crash Off Social Media

Posted on September 13, 2016 in About the process,Blog

  If you’ve been through a big life event, it’s common for many people today to turn to Facebook or Twitter to share their experience. Unfortunately, if you’ve just experienced a bicycle crash, sharing your story on social media could turn against you in the long run. Before you post your story or photos online,…

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What You Lose in a Bicycle Crash — and How to Get It Back

Posted on July 13, 2016 in About the process,Blog

  A bicycle crash can change your life forever. There’s the immediate change — injuries, damage to your bike, missing work — and then there are the long term changes. You might miss out on opportunities because of long-term injuries that don’t heal. You might never enjoy riding your bike without fear again. When you…

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How to Pay Your Bills After a Bicycle Crash

Posted on May 4, 2016 in About the process,Blog

  While paying your bills is usually a fairly mundane part of daily life, after you’ve been in a crash, paying bills can become one of the most stressful parts of your life. You might start to see bills from all sorts of new sources (insurance companies, medical centers, repair shops) and the amounts are…

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What to do when you get in a bike accident

Posted on December 15, 2015 in About the process,Blog,Law,Safety

  Getting into a bicycle accident is often a scary and disorienting experience, and most people don’t know what they are supposed to do when it happens to them. There’s so much happening in one quick moment; most accidents come as a surprise, you might not yet be feeling any injuries or how severe they…

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Bicycle-Accident Cases: Independent/Defense Medical Exams

Posted on September 30, 2014 in About the process

In many bicycle-accident injury cases, the insurance company will eventually demand that the injured cyclist attend a medical examination with a doctor of the insurance company’s own choosing.  The insurance company has a right to demand one such examination pursuant to California’s Code of Civil Procedure. The insurance company likes to refer to these examinations as…

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