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Getting Back on the Bike: Fighting Cyclist Post-Crash PTSD
Getting Back on the Bike: Fighting Cyclist Post-Crash PTSD

When you’re riding a bicycle, you would never expect to be in a collision. However, it can happen to any rider at any time, especially on the hustle and bustle streets of New York. Getting into a collision on a bicycle is especially dangerous because the rider doesn’t have ...

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  • Getting Back on the Bike: Fighting Cyclist Post-Crash PTSD

    When you’re riding a bicycle, you would never expect to be in a collision. However, it can happen to any rider at any time, especially on the hustle and bustle streets of New York. Getting into a ...

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  • 2 VS 4: Exploring the Disconnect Between New York Drivers & Bicyclists

    New york drivers and bicyclists have a notorious history of battling for the roads. Where did this disconnect begin and why? Many drivers are angered by the fact that they have to share the road with ...

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  • Getting a Handle on the Rights of “Doored” Cyclists

    New York City accounts for over 450,000 bike trips each day, a number which we have seen increase significantly over the years. It makes sense then that an increase in bicycle trips results in an ...

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  • What Is A No-Contact Bike Crash?

    Can someone be sued for a causing a bike crash without hitting the cyclist? This question is on the minds of many New York cyclists who are injured every year through no-contact accidents. If you ...

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  • $225,000.00 Recovery obtained for Cyclist When No Contact Occurred

    $225,000.00 Recovery for Cyclist When No Contact Occurred. A common type of crash involves a vehicle turning in front of or across a cyclist's path. The cyclist, in an attempt to avoid the crash, ...

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  • Daniel Flanzig quoted in Bicycling Magazine

    Heins Rodriguez, a 26-year-old from Queens, New York, was riding his bike in the Corona neighborhood on August 13, 2015. Based on surveillance footage from the area, we know how the ride ended: A pair ...

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