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MG Law’s Bicycle Safety Division

Bicycle accidents don’t just cause injuries; they create confusion and tension for innocent victims after a collision. But remember, you’re not alone. Ride safe in the knowledge that MG Law has cyclists’ back.

Welcome to Ready 2 Ride, MG Law’s bicycle safety division.

Always advocating for awareness and education, we’re not only here to keep more cyclists safe. We’re here to remind you of your rights and responsibilities when injured too.

Ask Allison, The Bicycle Lawyer

Proudly introducing... Allison Lubeck

At MG Law, I’m an associate, bicycle accident lawyer, and a member of the Advocacy Club. Fluently bilingual, it is my pleasure to assist clients in both French and English. I’m passionate about helping bicycle accident victims get the compensation they deserve. While I’m not working, I’m usually out and about on two wheels and I’m also an active member of both Ottawa Bicycling and the Ottawa Women’s Cycling Network on Facebook.

How It Works

MG Law’s resident bicycle accident lawyer Allison Lubeck is here to help. If you need support after a bicycle accident or have questions like the ones below, submit your own questions for her using the form below. Choose whether you’d like a private response or a public response via Facebook.

Proudly teaming up with Full Cycle Ottawa, local bicycle specialists since 1994, we’re also giving away a $500 gift certificate. By submitting your question, you’re instantly entered into our ballot to win this prize! The winner will be drawn at random and announced on Facebook on Thursday, August 6. You must be at least 18-years-old and a Canadian resident from Ontario or Quebec to enter. For full terms and conditions, click here.

How long do I have to claim after my bicycle accident?

Does hitting a pothole constitute a case?

I wasn’t wearing a helmet when I got hit. Do I still have a case?

Did You Know?

2019 saw the most Ottawa cycling fatalities (4) in eight years.

– City of Ottawa annual road safety reports


Around 11,700 Ottawans cycle to work with an estimated 16 million bike trips made every year.

– Bike Ottawa