Bicycles seem to be everywhere these days. Whether being ridden for fitness, as an economical form of transport, or even an outing for the family, bicycles are a fun outdoors activity. As with any mode of transportation however, accidents can and do happen.
Chang Law Firm has over 13 years of experience in bicycle accident law and associated personal injury claims. You want to make sure that your claim is handled the right way from the start of your claim, right up until the end to achieve the maximum financial recovery.
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As more Americans seem to be focusing on their health these days, bicycles have become an integral part of many fitness programs. Even though the nation has been through a recession, this has not stopped health conscious Americans from their health regimes. As more Americans purchase bicycles in an effort to increase health and fitness, this also equates to more bicycles using roads along side motor vehicles. Industries that have […]
Many Americans enjoy going for a bicycle ride. It is good for fitness, health, and doesn’t cost gas. As more and more Americans are taking up cycling, the amount of bicycle accidents is also increasing. Fortunately, most bicycle accidents do not involve motor vehicles, but they can still cause severe injuries and property loss. It is very important to treat a bicycle accident in San Jose as you would an […]
All too many times we see young people under the age of 18, riding bicycles without a helmet. Not only is this extremely unsafe, but it is against the law. The state of California requires anyone under the age of 18 who is riding a bicycle, to wear a helmet that; “meets the standards of either the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) or the United States Consumer Product […]
Bicycle accidents have been increasing in the Bay Area over the past few years. The San Francisco Police Department received 554 reports in 2009, and 593 in 2010. The Bay Citizen reported in February 2011, that some alarming statistics arose following a compilation of data. The data found that the Santa Clara, Alameda, and San Francisco counties actually rank as the 3 counties with the most bicycle accidents. Further analysis […]
In the state of California, anyone under the age of 18 must by law, wear an approved helmet while riding a bicycle. Much controversy exists as to the validity of wearing a helmet, and whether or not a helmet will actually prevent head injuries in a bicycle accident in Martinez and Walnut Creek. Dr. Charles Tator, a brain surgeon and founder of Thinkfirst, was interviewed by treehugger.com while attending the […]