Recap: Bike Law Talk at Bicycle Playground, Huntington

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This was our first bike law event for 2018, held in partnership with Concerned Citizens for Mountain Biking (CLIMB) and New York Bike Lawyers, Flanzig and Flanzig, LLP at Bicycle Playground in Huntington.

Michael Vitti presented a background on CLIMB and his advocacy work, Allison Blanchette discussed current legislative initiatives. Daniel Flanzig was the headliner here, discussing everything you needed to know about bike law, for on- and off-road biking. The pizza was awesome.

Bike Law Talk

An evening with New York Bike Lawyer Daniel Flanzig

November 18th 7pm - 8pm+

1966 Wantagh Ave, Wantagh, NY 11793

Hear from a New York bike lawyer on what you need to know if you ride in New York. Daniel’s talk will include a summary of NY State Bike Laws as well as practical advice for cyclists involved in a crash. Learn how to get your bike paid for following a crash, how to get your medical bills covered, as well as insurance needs for all New York Cyclists. Daniel will also discuss why your bike lawyer loves your “Go Pro” as well as how other electronic devices collecting crash data. Daniel will also discuss current campaigns of the New York Bicycling Coalition to make the roads safer for all New York cyclists.

Social refreshments will be served.

Who is he? Dan Flanzig (Flanzig & Flanzig – is a New York Bike Crash Lawyer representing cyclists throughout New York City, Long Island and Westchester. He serves on the Board of Directors of the New York Bicycling Coalition (NYBC) where he also is a legal advisor writing their monthly blog “Wheels of Justice”. He has authored numerous articles and frequently lectures on bicycle litigation throughout New York and nationwide. Daniel has been featured in both The New York Times and Bicycle Times Magazine for his work as a leading Bicycle Law Advocate and a New York Bike Crash Lawyer.

Join us for what we know will be an informative lecture needed for anyone who ‪#‎ridestheisland‬!