Bike Rights! Legal and Practical Issues for Cyclists

Date on this workshop IS confirmed.

Joshua Cohen, (http://losangelesbicycleattorney.com/) will give a bird’s-eye overview of legal and factual issues cyclists need to be familiar with to safely navigate the streets of Los Angeles. This overview includes:

What is the structure of the legal system?
What laws govern cycling in Los Angeles?
How does the legal system protect cyclists?
How does the legal system not protect cyclists?
Is it enough to know and follow the law?
What are the realities confronting cyclists?
How can cyclists protect themselves from the inadequacies of the legal system?
Practical considerations to protect yourself.

Followed by Q&A.

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