Bike Accident Lawyers Blogs

Scientific Evidence for Stricter Bicycle Safety Laws

by goose575 July 11, 2013 Bicycle Accidents

Riding a bike is something everyone enjoys, from young children to adults. Some people enjoy leisurely riding their bike on a sunny afternoon, while others rely on their bicycle as their primary method of transportation. Bicycles vs. Motor Vehicles Cyclists who are mingling with traffic, such as motor vehicles and trucks, need to take extra […]

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Different Comparative Negligence Laws Explained

by Peter Park June 25, 2013 Accident Claims

What happens if both plaintiff and defendant are at faulty but perhaps at a varying degree?  Who becomes liable for the plaintiff’s injury?  Or will they both be liable?  These questions led different state legislators to come up with different negligence rules to determine who should recover and how much.  Many states have different comparative […]

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The Jackson reforms in a nutshell

by John Hirst May 2, 2013 Accident Claims

April 2013 was a month to forget for many lawyers due to arguably the most radical changes to the Civil Procedure Rules since 1998. In January 2010 Lord Justice Jackson published his “Review of Civil Litigation Costs: Final Report” which contained a number of recommendations to reform civil litigation both generally and in relation to […]

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Preserving Evidence after an Auto Accident

by lawfirm March 29, 2013 Accident Claims

If you have suffered an auto accident because of someone else’s negligence, and have received severe injuries as a result, you may have the right to file an auto accident claim. However, in order to file the claim and to win compensation, you would first need to gather enough evidence to show that the accident […]

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Cycle safety clearly not enough after month of serious injuries

by Grieves Solicitors March 28, 2013 Bicycle Accidents

There have been an alarming amount of cyclists suffering from serious injuries while on the road, with even cycling royalty falling victim. After some further research I found the rate at which cyclists were killed or seriously injured had significantly increased in the past year. According to The Times, measured as a proportion of distance-pedalled […]

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Pro-Form Le Tour de France Bike Review- Incorporation of Google Maps

by Andrew Miller February 7, 2013 Accident Claims Law

The Pro-Form Le Tour de France Bike is the latest in indoor biking; this is an indoor bike which can simulate the actual riding experience of competing in the Tour de France (without the possible bicycle injuries associated with it). By incorporating Google Maps into the bike memory and designing a sleek, almost street worthy, design, this […]

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Can a Victim of Negligence Recover Damages Even When Partly At Fault?

by Illinoisinjurylawyer January 24, 2013 Accident Claims

There are many instances in which more than one person’s negligence is responsible for an accident that results in physical injury or death. But what if the victim’s own careless actions were partly to blame? Can he or she still recover damages? In Illinois, the answer is “maybe”. The Old Rule – Contributory Negligence The […]

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Pedestrian Safety

by RyanD January 4, 2013 Bicycle Accidents

Walking, biking, taking the bus to work, school or play is becoming more and more popular, resulting in increased foot traffic. We’re also living in a world full of constant distractions. This is why it’s more important than ever for pedestrians to take the initiative and exercise caution to remain safe. Following are a few […]

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Calculating Auto Injury Settlement Claims with an Online Calculator

by Troy Williams October 19, 2012 Accident Claims

Working Out an Approximate Answer to Injury Claims Let’s face it we live in a world of blame. Where there is blame there is a claim. That’s what we hear consistently. It could be a simple dog bite, an angry punch from the neighbour, auto accident, whiplash injury or indeed anything that causes us to […]

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Personal Injury Claims Scotland: Top 10 Tips

by Lawford Kidd September 3, 2012 Accident Claims

Useful Scottish personal injury claims law blog post from injury lawyers Lawford Kidd outlining the top 10 tips for making an accident claim in Scotland to allow you to claim maximum compensation and avoid a stressful experience. If you need confidential/impartial legal advice contact this site’s editor Gavin here. 1. DO Provide your doctor with […]

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Landmark Victory Against Fraudulent Whiplash Compensation Claims

by curtislegal July 30, 2012 Accident Claims

Illegitimate Whiplash Compensation Claims are sending car insurance premiums rocketing. England and Wales now has the highest number of personal injury claims for the whole of Western Europe. Experts estimate there are more than 1,500 such claims every day. Lee Robinson, clinical director of a private physiotherapy clinic in Wakefield, was involved in a minor car collision […]

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Personal Injury 101: What to do if you suffer a Personal Injury (US Law)

by LYSlaw June 27, 2012 Accident Claims

Today’s average consumer faces an ever-increasing variety of personal injury dangers. These include everything from unsafe foods and untested products to burns, assaults, dog bites and poisoning. Many personal injuries are the result of car and truck accidents (9 out of 10 motorists will eventually be involved in an accident in their lifetimes). An average […]

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Whiplash and Referral Fees: Who Really Fuels Britain’s Compensation Culture

by Watermans Solicitors January 23, 2012 Accident Claims

For those of you unaware of the recent activities of Jack Straw MP, Britain’s former Secretary of State for Justice, he has, for the last 12 months been spear-heading a noble crusade of justice to rid the UK of its “compensation culture” with particular focus on targeting personal injury claims arising from road traffic accidents. […]

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You Have A Personal Injury Case. Who Should You Hire?

by Allison Dean - Medical Malpractice Lawyers January 15, 2012 Accident Claims

Tort law, i.e. those laws that cover personal injury cases, is that which protects citizens who have been physically or psychologically injured due to another party’s negligence or purposeful wrong doing.  If you’ve been hurt, knowing that you need justice is easy.  Knowing how to seek it, on the other hand, is not so easy.  […]

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5 Reasons to Guest Blawg

by Legal Author September 13, 2011 Accident Claims

A key component of blogging, guest blogging is, as the term suggests, where a blogger writes as a guest on another blogger’s blog. While this may be obvious, it may not be apparent to some why guest blogging can be useful. Here are 5 reasons why you may wish to increase your own or your […]

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