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Riding a Bicycle in Washington -- Rights, Duties, Hazards, and Plaintiff Strategies

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Date Published

November 29, 2016

Publisher

Washington State Association for Justice

Subjects

Bicycle Law

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Summary

Each year, more and more people are bike commuting and riding bikes for health and for fun. Despite improvements in cycling infrastructure across Washington, many cyclists still end up crashing due to unsafe streets and sidewalks or getting hit by inattentive drivers. If you are representing an injured bicyclist in Washington State, this Washington-specific webinar will provide the specialized knowledge and information you need to navigate a bicycle personal injury case. Course content includes the following topics:
• Bicycling requirements including lights, helmets, brakes and other equipment
• Cyclist's rights on the roadway, sidewalks, crosswalks and trails
• Liability issues with speed, lookout and braking
• Common collision scenarios including right-hook, left-hook, passing and rear-end collisions
• Insurance issues in bicycling cases
• Product liability suits
• Suits against municipalities

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Presenters

Stacie Bain
Rainier Bike Law

Stacie Bain is a bike lawyer who practices in Seattle and Spokane, Washington. Ms. Bain has over twenty-seven years of... Read More

Keith Kessler
Stritmatter Kessler Whelan

Keith L. Kessler is a plaintiff’s personal injury attorney with the Hoquiam and Seattle law firm of Stritmatter Kessler... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Riding a Bicycle in Washington -- Rights, Duties, Hazards, and Plaintiff Strategies - Video
Riding a Bicycle in Washington -- Rights, Duties, Hazards, and Plaintiff Strategies - Slide Deck
Riding a Bicycle in Washington -- Rights, Duties, Hazards, and Plaintiff Strategies - Paper
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