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Are Electric Scooters More Dangerous than Bicycles?
Are Electric Scooters More Dangerous than Bicycles?

Electric scooter companies like Bird and Lime claim that e-scooters are no more dangerous than bicycles. As personal injury attorneys , we know firsthand how dangerous electric scooters can be. In this blog, we tell you 5 reasons why electric scooters are more dangerous than ...

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  • Are Electric Scooters More Dangerous than Bicycles?

    Electric scooter companies like Bird and Lime claim that e-scooters are no more dangerous than bicycles. As personal injury attorneys , we know firsthand how dangerous electric scooters can be. In ...

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  • Electric Scooter Malfunctioned? Report it to the CPSC

    Were you injured when a Bird, Lime, Jump or Lyft electric scooter malfunctioned? Do any of these scenarios sound familiar: The brakes failed The handlebars were loose or came off The handlebar post ...

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  • Lime Electric Scooters Recalled Because Baseboards Are Breaking in Half

    Lime recently issued a recall of one of its electric scooter models after reports that the scooters’ baseboards were breaking in half. Lime acknowledged that baseboards from one of their ...

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  • Catherine Lerer Featured in Buzzfeed/Netflix Video About the Rise of Scooter Accidents

    It’s no secret that the rise of electric scooters from companies like Bird, Lime, Jump, and Spin have led to a flood of accidents; but do you know what to do if you’ve been involved in one? These ...

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  • What to Do If You are Injured While Riding an Electric Scooter

    While the popularity of electric scooters continues to rise, so does the chances of innocent riders getting into electric scooter accidents . Most people who rent a ridesharing electric scooter ...

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  • Injured when Electric Scooter Automatically Slowed Down? It's Called "Geo-Speed Limiting"

    Bird and Lime electric scooters recently rolled out a geo-speed limiting feature which allows the companies to instantly slow a scooter’s speed to 8 mph when the scooter enters a geo-fenced site. Upon ...

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