No legal fee unless I recover money for you
Kurt Holzer, Idaho:
Avid cyclist and racer, top Idaho bicycle accident attorney.
Injury claims by cyclists present many unique issues. If you don’t protect your rights, you may not be able to make a claim. Insurance companies have attorneys and adjusters whose goal is to pay you as little as they can. You need an experienced Idaho bicycle accident attorney to help, teach and fight for you.
I will work hard to protect your rights and maximize your insurance settlement. You need an experienced and aggressive Idaho trial lawyer who understands bicycle specific issues.
I work hard to make sure you are fully compensated for your bicycle damage. Unlike many lawyers, I know how expensive bicycles can be. I understand what its like to get the new wheelset and to have some driver who was not paying attention destroy it. I know what it is like to spend thousands of dollars on a bicycle only to have it damaged by someone else. I work closely with local bicycle shops to try and get you full replacement value for your damaged bicycle and bicycle gear.
Hire an attorney who is also a cyclist.
Manager of the Southwest Idaho Cycling Association a USACycling Local Association.
Licensed bike-racing official and a former state criterium champion.
Member and on the Board of Directors of Idaho largest cycling club Lost River Cycling.
Having enjoyed dozens of century and hundreds of club rides. Kurt understands both recreational cyclist’s and racing cyclist’s interests.
An experienced trial attorney can make the difference.
President of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Association for 2005-2006 and has been on the Board of Directors of the ITLA since 1998. Representing injured people in Idaho Courts since 1993. Learn more about Kurt, and Kurt's Boise law firm Holzer, Edwards Chartered. Or call Kurt at (208) 386-9119.
Idaho is well known in bicycle cities at least by what Idaho has: the Idaho Stop.
The Idaho Stop is the law that allows bicycle riders to treat a stop sign or light as a yield,
Currently, in San Francisco, Idaho Bicycle Law: in the news
[...] At least in the transportation world, Idaho is famous for more than its potatoes. More than three decades ago, state legislators adopted what is popularly known as the Idaho Stop Law, which allows bicyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs and red lights as stop signs.
Despite its age, the 1982 statute is legendary among cyclists because it remains the only state law to legalize a common practice among bike riders — the rolling stop when nobody's coming down the street and, with any luck, no police officers are watching. [...]
Cyclists' Idaho stop becomes hot potato in San Francisco
October 5, 2015 San Francisco Chronicle