❄️Know Your Rights Webinar

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Join us for a workshop delivered by Brian Hebert, of McKiggan Hebert Injury Lawyers, to learn more about your rights as a person who cycles.


About the Webinar:

The Halifax Cycling Coalition is running a webinar in partnership with McKiggan Hebert Lawyers about your rights as a person who bikes. 

When you’re out on your bike it’s important to know your rights and know what to do if an incident occurs. This webinar will focus on how to handle conflict on the road as a bike rider, and understanding your legal rights should you find yourself in a conflict with other road users. For this hour-long event, we will look at the laws, what can happen if you break them, and what you should know if you're ever in a collision.

The session will be hosted live on Zoom on Tuesday, February 8 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm AST. There will be time to ask questions at the end. 

About the Presenter:

Brian Hebert is a partner with McKiggan Hebert, a Halifax-based law firm specializing in injury law and class action lawsuits. Brian was admitted to the bar in 1989. He has practiced in many areas of the law over the last three decades and currently focuses on personal injury claims, Indigenous rights and environmental law. Brian has held several leadership positions with many different legal associations and is the Chair of the East Coast Environmental Law Association. He is a member of the Halifax Cycling Coalition and, since September 2020, the Halifax Triathlon club. Brian commutes from home to work and back by bicycle year-round. The highlight of his cycling in 2020 was a two‐day group adventure with the Big Ride in June and a three‐day solo ride around the Cabot Trail in August.

Click here to join the Know Your Rights Webinar 


February 8th, 2022 6:30 PM through  7:30 PM
Online, NS
Phone: 902-802-8004
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