Oregon Bike Law Blog: Is it legal to run in the bicycle lanes in Oregon?
Over on the Oregon Bicycle Law Blog: Is it legal to run in bicycle lanes in Oregon? Charley Gee is a Portland, Oregon Personal Injury Attorney. He is best known for being a Portland, Oregon Pedestrian Attorney and a Portland, Oregon, Bicycle Attorney. He maintains blogs on Oregon Bicycle Laws and Oregon Pedestrian Laws. #pedestrian #bicyclelaw
Oregon Pedestrian Law Blog: Is it legal to walk or run in the street?
Over on the Oregon Pedestrian Lawyer blog: Is it legal to walk or run in the street in Oregon? Charley Gee is a Portland, Oregon Personal Injury Attorney. He is best known for being a Portland, Oregon Pedestrian Attorney and a Portland, Oregon, Bicycle Attorney. He maintains blogs on Oregon Bicycle Laws and Oregon Pedestrian Laws. #pedestrian
Slate: Self-Driving Cars are Still Struggling to Detect Cyclists and Pedestrians
Slate.com has a breakdown of the continuing failures of self-driving autonomous cars to detect the most vulnerable roadway users. Charley Gee is a Portland personal injury lawyer. He is a well-known bicycle lawyer in Portland, Oregon. #bicyclelaw #pedestrian
Charley Gee presents bicycle and pedestrian law clinic to Mid-Willamette Valley chapter of National
Today I was pleased to present a lunchtime legal clinic on Oregon's bicycle and pedestrian laws to the Mid-Willamette Valley chapter of the National Association of Legal Professionals. Charley Gee is a Portland personal injury attorney. He exclusively represents injured people against insurance companies and corporations. #bicyclelaw #pedestrian
Pedestrian traffic deaths surged in 2015
Pedestrian traffic fatal crashes increased by at least 10% in 2015 and low gas prices are to blame in a report released by the Governors Highway Safety Association. The report finds that distracted driving, distracted walking, and alcohol are also contributors to the increase. Buses also killed a disproportionate number of pedestrians. "In a related issue, the Amalgamated Transit Union, which represents city bus drivers, estimates that roughly one pedestrian is killed every 1
Portland Kaiser Permanente executive gets off easy for hit and run
David Norelius, the COO of Kaiser Permanente Dental Associates, was sentenced to pay a $100 fine and serve two years probation for striking a pedestrian in April of 2015 and then fleeing first in his car and then on foot when his car broke down. He had a suspended license at the time of the collision. After the crash one of Norelius' lawyers contacted the victim and she "said she received a message from a lawyer indicating Norelius was a "person of means" days after the acci
London to require big trucks to have side view windows to avoid collisions with bicycles and pedestr
After eight bicyclists were killed by big commercial trucks in London last year, the city is considering requiring new windows be retrofitted into truck doors to allow drivers to see other road users that may be sitting lower than they are, especially in bicycle lanes. The law being considered is, not surprisingly, controversial. Commercial truck operations, no matter where they are, have always resisted safety measures. Charley Gee is a Portland personal injury attorney. He