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Old 01-05-20, 02:27 PM
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In a small city, if there is one cycling mortality a year, there may well be over 100 cycling accidents/injuries a year. Not all will seek out a lawyer, but some will.

Many of the payouts will be small, but there will be some large ones too. Nonetheless, take in a hundred cases of a few thousand dollars, and it would pay the wages of an attorney. And, the big payouts will be cream on top.

Traffic defence cases?

And, if there aren't that many cases, a cycling advocate may try to snag as many cycling related cases as possible, plus the more bread and butter cases (like drafting wills for cyclists).

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