- April, 2013- Understanding your bicycle damage claim
- May, 2013- Understanding No-Fault in New York
- June, 2013- What to do if you are in a Citi-Bike Crash
- July-August, 2013 - Sherriff gets it dead wrong
- Jan. 2015 Hit and Run and Underinsured (SUM) Claims in NY
- Feb. 2015 - Bike Crashes Involving Street Defects and Potholes
- July, 2015 - A Compilation of Bike Laws in NY State and NYC
- Nov. 2015 - Why you need to stay off Facebook after a crash
- March 2016 - New York is ready for a 3 foot law!
This article was published in the New York Law Journal on May 11, 2012. Daniel Flanzig, a New York Bike Crash attorney, outlines the legal issues confronted when handling a "dooring" crash case in New York. This includes an analysis of New York State VTL 1214 as applied by the New York Courts. The article also addresses "Doorings" by NYC Taxi Cabs, applicable New York City Administrative Codes and the New York City Traffic Rules and Regulations relating to a "dooring" in New York City.
This article was published in the New York law Journal in January 2012. It provides a legal analysis of cycling in New York and the doctrine of "assumption of risk" as it applies to New York cyclists in a variety of cycling arenas.