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Category: Blog

How Can You Tell What A Bicycle Accident Case Is Worth?

Posted on April 28, 2016 in Blog,Laws

  If you’re in a bicycle accident, you will almost certainly face a few financial challenges. If you’ve been injured and have had to seek medical treatment, then you will have medical bills — some of which may be ongoing, depending on how much care you need to fully recover. You might miss work and…

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5 Helpful Safety Reminders for Cyclists who Ride in the City

Posted on April 27, 2016 in Blog,Safety

  While there are plenty of traffic laws that cyclists are expected to obey when sharing the city streets with cars, buses, and pedestrians, there are a number of unspoken rules to follow that can keep you safe when you’re riding in the city. Even if you’ve been riding for a long time, a refresher…

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What Does a Lawyer Do for You in a Bicycle Collision Case?

Posted on April 22, 2016 in Blog,Laws

  As the only firm in San Francisco that exclusively represents cyclists, we talk to people who have been in bicycle collisions in the Bay Area every day to help them understand their rights and their options after an accident. One of the biggest questions we get asked by new clients is, “What exactly does…

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Tracking Your Everyday Health When You Ride Your Bike: Why You Should

Posted on April 19, 2016 in Blog,Safety

  For many people, riding their bike to work during the week or for fun on the weekends is a fun, effective way to stay in shape and reduce their carbon footprint. Most bicycle commuters and casual enthusiasts don’t pick particularly dramatic, challenging routes that they know are going to wreak havoc on their physical…

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What Happens When Transit Lanes Block Off Bike Lanes?

Posted on March 31, 2016 in Blog,Laws

  It’s not news to any regular cyclist that sharing the roads in San Francisco is a constant battle. Even as the city attempts to improve bike lanes and general conditions for cyclists (sometimes effectively, sometimes not), they also seem to be working at the same time to make life more difficult for cyclists. The…

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