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Category: Bike Accidents

$40,900 Settlement in Bike vs Car Accident

Oct 17 2018 in Bike Accidents, Settlements

A man was riding his bike in a crosswalk when he was suddenly struck by a vehicle that failed to yield while making a right turn. He was thrown from his bicycle upon impact and transported to Centegra Hospital via ambulance. The man suffered injuries…

Overview of Bike Crashes in Chicago

Jul 17 2018 in Bike Accidents

Bicycling is a fun pastime and a functional traveling tool. However, because they provide very little protection for riders, bicycles can also be dangerous. Bike crashes in Chicago can cause serious injuries that result in significant medical bills and time off work. Read below to…

How to Commute by Bike Safely in Chicago

Jul 02 2018 in Auto Accidents, Bike Accidents

Biking is a favorite mode of transportation in Chicago, especially when the warm weather hits the city. However, according to the Chicago Department of Transportation, an average of 1,500 cyclists are seriously injured while riding bikes each year in Chicago, and many injuries are not…

New Bike Passing Law Coming to Chicago

Jan 08 2018 in Bike Accidents

A new law seeks to improve cyclist’s safety when they are being passed by cars on the roadways. House Bill 1784 was made law in August 2017, and its objective is to build on the concept that bicycles are road vehicles that have rights on…

Can I Ride a Bike on the Sidewalk in Chicago?

Sep 25 2017 in Bike Accidents

Many bicyclists fail to realize how dangerous riding their bike on the sidewalks can be. They can believe that riding on the sidewalk is safer because the sidewalk is separated from motorized traffic. But, motorists often have their eyes on the road and are extremely…

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