Shaun Jamison, Professor at Concord Law School (Jes Hayes)
A bicycle crash, even if not serious, can be a traumatizing event. While job one in a crash is preserving life and preventing further injury, the legal issues need to be attended to quickly. This article is written assuming you are a cyclist who was struck by a vehicle, but much of the same advice applies to crashes in other situations. Naturally, where someone else suffered physical or property damage, you will need to be extra careful about making oral or written statements, as you may become a defendant at some point.
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