In honor of May as National Bike Month, the League of American Cyclists is sponsoring a variety of programs designed to improve awareness about bicycle safety and urge city officials and lawmakers to help make the roads safer for cyclists. And while cyclists shouldn’t be blamed for all bicycle accidents, they can take steps to assure their own safety, like wear a helmet and obey all traffic signs.

With this in mind, we’re curious to see how many cyclists view helmet use as important, and whether that opinion changes with the age of the cyclist. Please take 2 minutes (seriously) to fill out this short (so short!) survey on bicycle safety behavior. And visit our Facebook page to share your bicycle safety stories.

*If you’re having trouble taking the survey in the form below, click this linkGJEL Accident Attorneys Bike Safety Survey

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1. Are you familiar with your state’s bicycle helmet laws? *This question is required

2. When you bike, do you wear a helmet? *This question is required

3. In your opinion, should children aged 3-18 be required to wear bicycle helmets? *This question is required

4. In your opinion, should all adults be required to wear bicycle helmets? *This question is required

5. When you bike, what is most often your destination? *This question is required

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Andy Gillin

Andy Gillin received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California at Berkeley and his law degree from the University of Chicago. He is the managing partner of GJEL Accident Attorneys and has written and lectured in the field of plaintiffs’ personal injury law for numerous organizations. Andy is a highly recognized wrongful death lawyer in California.