King 5 News: Seattle Bike Attorney In High Demand
Human Cost, Taxpayer Waste from Neglecting Roads
Bellevue Bicyclist Hit and Run
When Drivers Hit Cyclists, What Should The Consequences Be?
This interview originally appeared at KUOW.org
Construction for a new bike lane on Second Avenue downtown began on Friday, just one week after a truck hit a cyclist, 31-year-old mother Sher Kung. She died at the scene.
Safer bike lanes help protect cyclists, but some bike advocates say the laws should be tougher.
Cyclist killed days before city to upgrade notorious bike lane
This article originally appeared in The Seattle Times
Less than two weeks before Seattle’s dangerous Second Avenue bike lane was to be fixed, a 31-year-old woman was killed there Friday when a left-turning truck hit her bicycle.
Lawsuit from bicyclist against Port Orchard can go forward
This article originally appeared in Kitsap Sun
A lawsuit against Port Orchard by a woman injured in a 2009 bicycle crash on Sidney Avenue may go forward, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday, finding among other things that bicycles are a mode of "ordinary travel" and cities have an obligation to maintain roads for them.
Cascade supporter spotlight: John Duggan
This article originally appeared in Cascade Courier
At Cascade, we have a long list of supporters and community partners that help make our work possible. At the stop of that list is Seattle bicycle attorney John Duggan. A daily bike commuter and supporter of cyclists' rights, Duggan has represented hundreds of cyclists int he fight to make Seattle streets safer.
Rolling with Seattle's biking execs:
John Duggan of John Duggan PLLC
This article originally appeared in Puget Sound Business Journal
What's a little rain? A hill or two? Nothing stops Seattle's bicyclists from putting the pedal to the metal. Seattle attorney John Duggan rides to work each day from Bellevue to his Pioneer Square office.
Daily 'trash habit' saves cyclists from trail mischief
This article originally appeared in Mercer Island Reporter
Paul and Beth Anderson are out picking up trash every morning on their walk from Covenant Shores retirement home to the Park on the Lid. But seeing them crouched down on the ground together last Friday, not using their usual grabbing stick, John Duggan stopped to see what was going on.
It was Seattle's Bike to Work Day. The elderly couple that Duggan, a lawyer who commutes from Bellevue to Pioneer Square on his bicycle, stopped to talk to was picking up a spread of tiny carpet tacks that were scattered across the bike trail.
John Duggan - AKA The King of Water Bottles!
This article published by WAVE Foundation
Longtime WAVE supporter John Duggan, Cycling Attorney has given out about 17,000 free bicycle water bottles throughout the Puget Sound region! He has done a variety of “joint venture” bottles including the last five beautiful WAVE designs. These bottles have taken on a life of their own and many have become worldwide travelers as people take staged photos in exotic locations around the world.