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Daniel Flanzig Will be Lecturing on "Bike Law" on Sept. 20th, 2014 in NYC

Fundamentals of New York Bike Litigation

Sept 20th 2014, in NYC

with Daniel Flanzig

At this upcoming CLE event Daniel Flanzig discusses recent NY Court decisions and how they impact bicycle litigation in NY. The lecture will focus on the basics of no-fault and other insurance claims that are applicable to cyclists, the practical aspects of handling a "dooring" crash in New York including framing a complaint, deposing the exiting driver or passenger, and coverage for the claim. Further, Daniel discusses preparing a client for depositions, trial and recognizing various defenses. Lastly, the course touches upon Municipal liability for road defects including investigation of a claim, resources available to the lawyer to bolster the claim and governmental immunity.

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