Ann Groninger, a founding partner of the North Carolina-based firm Johnson & Groninger, PLLC, has been accepted into the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). ABOTA dedicates itself to the preservation and promotion of the Seventh Amendment, which guarantees the right to civil jury trials. Members in this prestigious invitation-only group must have tried a minimum […]
Watch Ann’s video about how serious cycling accidents can be.
Most of our bicycle cases involve bicycle-automobile interactions but we do represent cyclists in other situations. Watch our recent video of Ann explaining the types of bicycle cases we handle.
The National Transportation Systems Center reports that nearly half of bicyclists and more than one-quarter of pedestrians that are killed by large trucks hit the side of the truck first. A large portion of these fatalities could be prevented if the truck were equipped with side guards. Truck side guards are vehicle-based safety devices that cover the exposed space between the […]
The wheels of justice: Charlotte attorney works to protect those who cycle The roads can be a dangerous place for bicyclists. Charlotte attorney Ann Groninger of Johnson & Groninger knows that better than most. An avid cycler herself, most of Groninger’s practice is devoted to advocating on behalf of cyclists who have been injured in […]
Bike Month (#bikemonth) provides many opportunities all over the state for fun bike events – from family rides and kids bike rodeos to charity events and pro races. It’s also a great time to educate drivers about cyclists’ rights and to educate cyclists about safe practices on the road. Preventing crashes and accidents is an important […]
Inspired by the safety hazards that threaten all modern cyclists, bike enthusiasts are finding ways to employ technology to make or a safer, and at times more audible ride. Cyclist Jonathan Lansey used a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of a bike horn loud enough to alert drivers of a cyclist’s presence. The horn, […]
Flags at High Point fire stations are hanging at half-mast today, after the tragic death of a High Point Fire Department employee, killed while riding his bike on Sunday. Todd Martinez, a fire equipment operator and father of two, was on Scalesville Road in Summerfield when 19-year-old Andrew Bray Barham failed to see Martinez and […]
Faulty bike brakes that pose a risk to cyclists are being recalled, according to the US Consumer Safety Commission. SRAM Hydraulic Road Rim Breaks and Hydraulic Road Disc Brakes for Bicycles have been deemed an injury hazard after consumers reported the brake systems failing. The recalled bicycle brake models include SB Red Hydraulic Road Disc, […]
A Tennessee Grandmother was cited by police for allowing her grandchildren to ride their bikes in the street in front of her house. Victoria Mathis of Charlotte, TN, was appalled when she was told that her city would take legal action against her if she does not stop her grandkids, ranging in age from 7 […]