Category: Bicycle Law

Getting Doored: Whose Fault Is It?

We get told all the time about collisions where a bike rider is being blamed for a right hook collision and the driver’s insurance adjuster…

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"Crossbike" Crossings Add Further Confusion to Intersections

On August 2, 2016  BikePortland featured a column titled “Say Hello To 'crossbikes' –Portland’s latest bikeway innovation."  The feature included photos and PBOT’s description of…

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Dangerous Passing: Reflections on a Close Call and Bicycle Safety

Richard and I have ridden up to this corner together countless times on the Lawyer Noontime Ride. It was a fresh mid February day and…

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Bicycle Dooring in Oregon: Use a Request For Admissions

Using a "request for admissions" in a bicycle car dooring personal injury case Being doored by a car on your bicycle is a frequent cause…

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The four partners of TCNF law on their bikes

TCNF Bike Legal Clinics Continue Throughout Oregon

TCNF continues its long tradition of educating Oregon’s cyclists about their legal rights to the roadways this spring by presenting legal clinics in conjunction with…

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New Law Expands Coverage for Injured Cyclists, Pedestrians & Motorists

By Cynthia Newton Senate Bill 411, passed by Oregon’s 2015 legislature, will help Oregonians injured in vehicular collisions by expanding benefits under two sections of…

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