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In Legal Terms: Cycling and Insurance

Guest: Baskin Jones from Jones Law Firm https://injuredinmississippi.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/baskinjonesattorney


Suggestion: READ THE DECLAIRATIONS PAGE OF YOUR INSURANCE FOR UNINSURED OR UNDERINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE


Our show discussed:

  • how cyclists ARE treated
  • what to do if injured
  • MS state laws
  • safe passing
  • dooring laws
  • DUI
  • vehicle Insurance issues



Calls concerned:

  • biker's rights
  • car drivers
  • experence getting hit by car
  • uninsured
  • "what if"
  • some can't pay for insurance


Resources:

https://www.bikewalkmississippi.org/

https://visitmississippi.org/blog/mississippis-best-cycle-trails/

https://mdot.ms.gov/portal/bikeped

https://bike.olemiss.edu/safetytips/mississippi-laws/

https://bikeleague.org/bike-law-university

https://injuredinmississippi.com/practice-area/bicycle-accident-lawyer/

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