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Patrick Brown on bike safety in Toronto

Toronto streets won't be safe until injured cyclists start suing the government
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In the spring issue of Precedent, personal injury lawyer Patrick Brown writes that, without the threat of lawsuits, the city of Toronto will have no incentive to make streets safer for cyclists.

Here, Precedent speaks to Brown about why governments continue to drag their feet and how lawsuits could spur them into action.


You can check out Patrick Brown’s piece in our Spring issue or read it online.