Many cyclists have been run off the road or were a victim of road rage at one point in time. One of the main reasons why bicyclists should ride with a camera is because it can be challenging to prove who was liable in an accident. The drive may be convinced it was the cyclist's fault, or they may have fled the scene altogether.
While some roads have clearly marked bike lanes, others may leave you wondering where you can legally ride on the road. What if there's no bike lane or shoulder? The answer to this question depends on many different factors. It can be confusing not only for cyclists but also for motor vehicle drivers, insurance companies, and police officers.
When hiring a bike lawyer, it's easy to become overwhelmed trying to find the right fit for you and your case. If you want to get the compensation you deserve, there are a couple of different questions you can ask during your initial consultation. After going through an accident, financial stress is the last thing you need.
Have you ever wondered what steps are needed for resolving a bicycle accident lawsuit? When cyclists have an accident, many don’t know what procedure to take after the accident. Due to this, when cyclists take on a lawsuit, it becomes more difficult to get compensation due to lack of documentation and proof. That is why this blog will go over the 7 steps to resolving a bicycle accident lawsuit so that you have a higher chance of success.
Being hit by a car while riding your bike is exceedingly dangerous and can result in life-altering injuries. Pursuing legal action against the vehicle diver begins by filing an insurance claim with their insurance provider. Most insurance companies make the process of filing and settling an injury claim complicated and strenuous. This is why this blog will go over what to expect and what you can do to increase the chances of a successful settlement.
Winter is here, and the conditions for cycling have changed. Most people put their bikes away until spring, but for us bike lovers, seasons don’t matter. This blog will go over how to prepare for winter cycling to make the most of the experience while maintaining safety precautions.
The sport of road cycling is one of the best ways of seeing our beautiful city of San Diego, but also one of the most dangerous. Although many bike accidents occur due to the negligence of vehicle drivers, there are also many things bikers can to reduce the chances of them occurring. Doing your part as a biker can also make a difference. This blog will go over the top five biking safety tips that all bikers should know.
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