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-Posted On July 6, 2011 In Bicycle Accidents-

Dangerous Roads Often a Factor In Marin County Bicycle Accidents

Marin County is well known as the birthplace of mountain biking with Mt. Tamalpais in its center with more trails than you can count.  Chances are that on any given morning, especially on weekends, you will usually find a group of road bikers zooming by, many before 8:00 a.m.  Marin County is a cyclists paradise for both mountain bikers and road bikers. However, as to roadway safety in Marin County, many roadways are not designed or maintained with cyclists in mind. Many have no shoulders on the side of the road for bikers.  Moreover, many roads in this biker’s paradise…
-Posted On June 7, 2011 In Bicycle Accidents,Uncategorized-

Mill Valley Bicycle Accident Attorney Reports Bicycle vs Truck Collision In Mill Valley

As a pro-bicycle attorney and advocate, and a lifetime Mill Valley resident and cyclist, I am sad to report a serious bicycle vs. truck accident in Mill Valley occurring last Thursday at or around 5:00 p.m. at the Sycamore Ave. and Camino Alto intersection, one of Mill Valley’s busiest. I am also concerned about how this bicycle accident happened, to say the least! This intersection is right across from the Mill Valley Middle School, where over 900 students attend, many of whom ride their bicycles to and from school.  I was one of these student cyclist who rode to MVMS…
-Posted On June 6, 2011 In Bicycle Accidents-

San Francisco Pedestrian and Bicycle Accident Attorney Concerned: Another Taxi Accident With a Cyclist

San Francisco is supposed to be a bicycle-friendly city with its many bike lanes, pro-bicycling traffic signs and laws and not to mention its many bicycle commuters and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Cycling to work or just for errands is a great way to lower our carbon footprint while also getting great exercise. Taxicabs are also an important part of San Francisco, however unfortunately this week reminds us that taxis are one of the City’s most unpredictable hazards, particularly for pedestrians and cyclists. Cyclists know to be on guard while riding among motor traffic. Bicycle riders should always practice…
-Posted On June 3, 2011 In Bicycle Accidents-

Bike Riding in Cities on the Rise, But So Are Accidents

Many cities across the country are trying to go green: instituting recycling programs, promoting public transportation, and encouraging cycling to work. However, some cities, including San Francisco, are finding that promoting bike use has its share of downfalls. San Francisco’s bicycle ridership has increased 53 percent since 2006, and the city has recently lifted a four-year ban on developing bicycle lanes and safety areas for cyclists. The San Francisco Bike Plan would develop 79 miles of bike lanes throughout the city. But are San Francisco drivers ready to share the city’s already narrow roads? Will these new plans lead to…
-Posted On May 3, 2011 In Bicycle Accidents-

Hey San Francisco! May is National Bike Month, So Ride To Work Or School.

The League of American Bicyclists is the national sponsor of Bike Month and is promoting: Bike-to-Work Week 2011 from May 16-20 Bike-to-Work Day on Friday, May 20 Bicycle commuting to work is good for the biker and good for the community.  National Bike Month spreads knowledge and incentive to potential bike commuters.  Hundreds of U.S. cities have been successful in increasing bicycle commuters by offering enticements on Bike-to-Work Day.  San Francisco is a bicycle friendly city. A study published by the San Diego Association of Governments showed that one out of five people who participated in their Bike-to-Work Day promotion…
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