NY Bike Crash Litigation: Updates & Strategies

Production Date: June 26, 2014 Practice Areas: Personal Injury and Negligence and Litigation Estimated Length: 3642 minutes

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After a long winter, New Yorkers are ready to hop back on their bikes! Citi-bike is now in full effect creating an additional 6000 bikes on New York City Streets on top of the thousands of daily commuters. Since April of 2013, there have been several new Court decisions that significantly impact the handling of a bike crash claim.

 

Join Daniel Flanzig as he returns to these recent decisions and how they will impact bicycle litigation practice. The course re-visits the practical aspects of handling a “dooring” crash in New York including framing a complaint, deposing the exiting driver or passenger and coverage for the claim.  Further, Daniel discusses preparing a client for depositions, trial and recognizing various defenses. Lastly, the course touches upon Municipal liability for road defects including investigation of a claim and governmental immunity. This course is a must for anyone who represents New York cyclists. 

 

Learning Objectives:

I.    Gain familiarity with recent bicycle-related decisions from the New York Courts 

II.    Recognize practical aspects of handling a “dooring” crash in New York

III.   Handle depositions in a “dooring” crash and prepare clients for the witness stand

IV.   Grasp municipal liability in a road defect or design crash

V.    Comprehend governmental immunity for bike crash related claims

 

Mitchell D.
Sea Cliff, NY

Very interesting.

Stephen W.
Decatur, GA

v. good

Tanya D.
Northport, NY

Great job- very clear explanations- terrific preparation. Thank you.

Mary M.
Ithaca, NY

Extremely interesting topic. I will be curious to see how the ebike laws change over the next few years.

Rory M.
Staten Island, NY

very informative and practical for the Torts Practitioner

Gregory S.
New York, NY

Very relevant, especially with the increase in cyclists.

Maria Y.
Morrisville, PA

Worthwhile for anyone who wants to represent cyclists or anyone who is just interested in the subject matter

Steven K.
Jericho, NY

Good topic.

Lawrence C.
New Hyde Park, NY

Material was very informative and well presented.

Mark J.
New York, NY

One of the most thorough!

Jennifer L.
White Plains, NY

I would have liked some additional information about pedestrian-bicycle accidents.

Arianna M.
New York, NY

very timely and interesting seminar. I look forward to the update!

Patricia A. V.
Bayport, NY

Excellent.

Yuet W.
Astoria, NY

Very well organized and informative. He hit all the issues that are of concern when litigating these cases.