Generally, you cannot recover because of a defective condition on a roadway or on a bike path. Roads and bike paths are built and maintained by government entities. In general, a claimant cannot sue the government unless the government gives permission to do so. That…
It all depends. In the Texas Driver’s Handbook it says “in every situation, right-of-way is something to be given, not taken.” And as a cyclist, you just can’t take something that is not being given. Yes, legally you are right and you had the right-of-way,…
In general, the other driver’s insurance company, and your auto insurer under the PIP/UM portions of your auto policy.
While the rights and responsibilities of a bike rider are the same as those for a motorist, the act of riding a bike and the skills involved are very different from that of driving a car. What I do is make sure that the driver’s…
It doesn’t matter what the law requires in this instance. Get a light, a big bright light. If you get hit riding at night without a light, every jury in Texas is going to put a large percentage of negligence on you.
You should. Even if you have the “right of way”,l hitting a pedestrian will probably end up hurting you as much as it does the pedestrian.
According to the Texas Driver’s Handbook: “A bicycle is a vehicle and any person riding a bicycle has all of the rights and responsibilities as a driver of a vehicle.
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Generally 1/3 of what is recovered for the “personal injury” claim. There is no charge for property damage if we handle the personal injury claim. No recovery, No charge. See /my-fees/