Ann Groninger on the veriety of bicycling accidents

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Most of our cases involve bicycle/automobile interactions, but we do represent cyclists in other situations; for example, we end up getting a lot of calls from people who get into pretty significant crashes because a dog runs out in front of their bicycle. We have talked to people and occasionally represent people who are injured by debris in the road or faulty infrastructure and things like that, and product liability cases also, situations where the bicycle is not properly manufactured or put together. Some of those cases are a little bit more difficult, and they are not as run-of-the-mill or as everyday as the motor vehicle/bicycle interactions, but we do handle those.

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