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  • 2019 New York Bicycle Crashes: What Needs to Change?
    2019 New York Bicycle Crashes: What Needs to Change?

    New York City is a unique region of the United States, primarily because of the local population that consists of over 8.6 million people! With congested population also comes congested streets and ...

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  • Determining Negligent Parties In a Bicycle Collision
    Determining Negligent Parties In a Bicycle Collision

    Any crash can be considered severe when the individuals involved suffer some kind of injury. However, few have the same impact as a bicycle collision as the victim is often the bicyclist with no ...

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  • Quarter of a Million Dollar Recovery For Cyclist Who Struck a Road Defect In Brooklyn
    Quarter of a Million Dollar Recovery For Cyclist Who Struck a Road Defect In Brooklyn

    This month we obtained a 225,000.00 settlement for young Brooklyn cyclist who sustained a severe shoulder fracture who struck an open and unfinished Con Ed vault installation. The cyclist who was ...

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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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  • Daniel Flanzig discusses the vulnerability of Cyclists Riding the Hudson River Bike Path with the New York Times
    Daniel Flanzig discusses the vulnerability of Cyclists Riding the Hudson River Bike Path with the New York Times

    Manhattan Terror Attack Exposes Bike Path’s Vulnerable Crossings More than 10 years ago, Eric Ng was struck and killed by a drunken motorist who drove for more than a mile on the bike path of the ...

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