As published in The Davis Enterprise, AgnewBrusavich has filed a civil lawsuit against Waste Management, Inc. and its driver Craig Michael Tivey for the death of Kentaro Inoue, who was struck by a Waste Management garbage truck while bicycling to work. Tivey mistook the collision for previously reported engine problems, and continued to drag Inoue…

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Partner Gerald Agnew presented on bike safety and provided Taco Man catering at Pasadena Athletic Association (PAA)’s spring club meeting. In his talk, Mr. Agnew covered safety issues facing California cyclists and drivers, including the high number of hit-and-run and road rage accidents in Southern California. He also covered the right and responsibility of taking…

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AgnewBrusavich/CalBikeLaw.com was proud to support the 2017 Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup, held February 25 – 26 at VELO Sports Center in Carson, California. As part of its continuing support of VELO Sports Center, LAVRA and junior cycling programs, the firm provided two World Cup tickets to each junior racer who competed in LAVRA…

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Cyclist HL was traveling on Palos Verdes Drive North in the Palos Verdes Peninsula in the bicycle lane when an offending driver, clipped him causing HL to fall from his bike and suffer a neck fracture. A severe head injury was avoided because of HL’s helmet. Further HL was wearing proper cycling clothing – bright…

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AgnewBrusavich / CalBikeLaw.com sponsored a three-hour Velodrome session for the Pasadena Athletic Association (PAA) at the Los Angeles Velodrome. Many participants had little or no experience riding a fixed-wheel bike on a Velodrome track. They were trained on how to navigate the track by nationally recognized cyclist John Walsh, who taught the participants how to…

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