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Summarizes recent Illinois Supreme Court decision reaffirming that cyclists are only intended users of the roadway when the municipality demonstrates its intent to have cyclists use the roadway.

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Analyzes Illinois appellate court decision on law distinguishing between roadway’s intended versus permitted user and effects on municipalities and bicyclists

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Examines an Illinois appellate court ruling that narrows any exception for a bicyclist to be considered an intended and permitted user of a roadway

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Examines an Illinois appellate court ruling that in narrow circumstances, a bicyclist can be considered an intended and permitted user of a roadway

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Analysis of appellate court decision on whether an insurance company had a duty to defend a municipality on claims of wrongful arrest and conviction

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