On Monday April 22, 2013 Daniel Flanzig will be presenting another one hour CLE live webcast on Bike Law in New York
Cycling through NY Bike Crash Litigation
The rate of cyclists in New York is growing at an exponential rate. In addition, this Spring City Bike will launch upon New York City, making it one of the largest bike share programs in the world. As bikes and cars learn to share the road, the number of bike crashes continues to climb. Cycling crashes bring multiple areas of law into play. These may include simple no-fault claims, uninsured and underinsured (SUM) motorist claims, MVAIC claims, premises or municipal liability, as well as products liability claims. Each one of these areas may find its way into a bike crash case. This seminar offers a short guideline into the practical aspects of handling a New York bike crash case.
I. Investigation Strategies & Tactics
II. Grasp How New York's No-Fault Laws Apply
III. Know Rules & Requirements for UM & Underinsurance Motorist Claims (SUM)
IV. Discern Alternatives to Filing a Claim - i.e. Motor Vehicle Accident Indemnification Corporation (MVAIC)
V. Distinguish between New York State Bike Laws & New York City Bike Laws
VI. Familiarity with Various Crash Types, Claims, Defenses & Damages
PLEASE NOTE: This course will count as 1.0 "Professional Practice" Credits for New York Bridge the Gap.
Date: Monday April 22, 2013
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:50 a.m. (EST)