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Blog Posts in March, 2017

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  • Bicycles and Wrongful Death: Part 1 Proving Fault
    Bicycles and Wrongful Death: Part 1 Proving Fault

    In bicycle vs. auto collisions, the bicyclist is almost always the party who is more likely to be injured. This is just the nature of things when a human body collides with thousands of pounds of ...

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  • What is a Lawful Order?
    What is a Lawful Order?

    As users of the road, bicyclists are not immune to police encounters. This article outlines the best practices for handling these situations. In my law practice, I have dealt with bicyclists and other ...

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  • Bike Safety and Handling with Rick Schultz©
    Bike Safety and Handling with Rick Schultz©

    Rick Schultz is a USA Cycling (USAC) level 2 Coach and certified power based trainer, a bicycling safety and maintenance expert, a cycle fitter, a prolific product reviewer, and an engineer by trade. ...

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  • Proving Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) Part III: Admitting Evidence at Trial©
    Proving Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) Part III: Admitting Evidence at Trial©

    Proving Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) Part III: Admitting Evidence at Trial © By: Richard L. Duquette, Esq. When bicyclists are involved in crashes, they can receive a variety of injuries ranging ...

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  • Proving Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) Part II: Lifestyle Effects©
    Proving Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) Part II: Lifestyle Effects©

    Proving Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) Part II: Lifestyle Effects © By Richard L. Duquette, Esq. When bicyclists are involved in crashes, they can receive a variety of injuries ranging from ...

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