Tag Archives: Bike Crash Lawsuit

Bar Hopping on a Bike?

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A recent article in the New York Times profiles a disturbing intersection of two worlds — the bar-hopping scene of New York City, and the city’s new bike share program called Citi Bike. As explained in the article, Citi Bike has become an attractive mode of transportation for some so-called bar crawlers.  Said to be

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Landau to Speak at Fairfax Bike Summit

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Athletes — especially cyclists — are likely to have a lot to learn (and contribute) at the Fairfax Bike Summit. That is why bike safety lawyer Doug Landau is excited to be a guest speaker at this year’s event.  “Injury lawyers are in the business of helping those who are injured due to no fault

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After the crash: what to do…

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If you have been in a bike crash or struck by a car while walking in a crosswalk or by a truck while running along the road, be sensible about your situation. Short term “heroics” or machismo can lead to long-term suffering. If you’re down, lie still until you or a qualified person can make

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Doctors, Lawyers and others take part in WABA ride

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Shown here getting ready to depart for the full distance “VASA” ride sponsored by the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (“WABA”) is Dr. Allen Delaney, M.D. of Commonwealth Orthopedics and, and with his wife (and Physical Therapist) Mary Delaney, “Rehab to Racing” multi-sport coaching services. This veteran triathlete has bicycled throughout the world, and is shown

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Scars from bike crashes and other accidents may be fixed – Free Plastic Surgery Seminar

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Local Plastic Surgery expert Dr. Byron Poindexter of the Reston, Virginia Austin-Weston Center has helped accident victims who have scarring and deformity as the result of crashes, burns and other trauma. The Center has free consultations as well as free seminars. Consider attending a free seminar on Virginia plastic surgery to learn about the latest

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