If you are riding a bicycle in the City of Bellevue, you must be familiar with local laws regarding bicycle use and how to ride to avoid tickets and fines.

Bellevue Bicycle Laws | Bellevue Bicycle Injury Attorney


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6/22/2011
Andrew Kim
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The Bellevue Police Department and the City of Bellevue published a brochure outlining bicycle safety for children and adults.  They outline specific laws every bicyclist should know before riding their bicycle in Bellevue city limits.

If you are riding your bicycle on the sidewalk, it must be done cafefully and at a reasonable speed thats appropriate for the current conditions.

Pedestrians have the right away, so a bicyclist must yield to them.  If you are passing a pedestrian, you must give an audible signal to alert them before you pass.

A helmet is required at all times while operating a bicycle on city owned property (ie public roadway, bicycle path or sidewalk) regardless of the rider's age.

If you have been injured in a bicycle accident, the Bellevue bicycle attorney Andrew Kim at the Andrew Kim Law Firm can help.  When you call for your free consultation, you will speak with an attorney experienced with personal injury claims who will help you through this process.  In the Bellevue and surrounding area, call (425) 289-1990.  In Tacoma call (253) 682-2000.  You can also reach our office toll free at (800) 636-3676.


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