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  • Cyclists, Beware of a Right Hook
    Cyclists, Beware of a Right Hook

    When looking at some of the common types of bicycle crashes, there are some trends to be observed. One of the most common collisions that a bicyclist faces is called a “right hook.” This type of ...

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  • Common Causes of Bicycle Crashes
    Common Causes of Bicycle Crashes

    While vehicular crashes have been decreasing over the years, bicycle crashes have actually been on the rise. With the pending shut down of the L train, we are going to see a large uptake in cyclists ...

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  • $225,000.00 Recovery obtained for Cyclist When No Contact Occurred
    $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
    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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  • Breakfast With The Bike Lawyer
    Breakfast With The Bike Lawyer

    Breakfast with the Bike Lawyer Join Daniel Flanzig, Esq. as he discusses what you need to keep yourself safe on the road. Daniel will discuss your rights as a cyclist, the rules of the road, and what ...

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  • Quarter of a Million Dollar Settlement Obtained for Cyclist Injured on Hudson River Bike Path
    Quarter of a Million Dollar Settlement Obtained for Cyclist Injured on Hudson River Bike Path

    Quarter of a Million Dollar Settlement Obtained for Cyclist Injured on Hudson River Bike Path The tragic Halloween attack along the West Side Highway Bike Path bought to light the vulnerability of ...

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