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How to Try A Bicycle Crash Case in New York City

50m

Created on June 16, 2020

Beginner

$89

Overview

As cycling has become more popular in New York, it has sadly also become more dangerous. This course, presented by Daniel Flanzig, will discuss recent developments in cycling litigation in New York, including the challenges litigants face bringing these claims and how to effectively plead, prove, and try a bicycle crash case. It will also discuss claims involving bike share, revel, and other micro-mobility devices. Lastly, the program will examine how to handle claims involving municipalities including road defects, bridge defects, and other causes of crashes.


Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss all the intricacies of representing a cyclist in New York City

  2. Develop best practices for drafting pleadings and proving the elements of your case

  3. Identify the pertinent statutes relevant to your claim

  4. Review motion practice in bicycle litigation cases and determine when summary judgment is appropriate

  5. Explore the unique circumstances surrounding Citi Bike, Revel, E-Scooters, and other bike-share crash claims 

  6. Examine how to handle claims involving municipalities including road defects, bridge defects, and other causes of crashes


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