Attorney Daniel Flanzig, who specializes in lawsuits involving cyclists, said the ruling could have widespread ramifications. “Any [company that] rents a bike in New York is going to have to make sure that they make helmets available to the riders or they could be sued on that theory alone,” Flanzig said. The ruling “solidifies any claim against any bike rental company that does not make helmets available to the rider,” he explained. “It’s always a good idea both legally and practically to make helmets available to riders,” Flanzig said. Click here to read the full story.