Gary C. Brustin: Bicycle Attorney
By Joseph V. Sebelin Jr.
S ome forty years ago, Gary C. Brustin fell in love with bicycling. At that time, Gary desperately wanted to purchase a Sch winn Coppertone Continental. Because he could not afford to do so, he purchased another less expensive model. From that day forward, Gary continued cycling. To date, and several bicycles later, Gary has logged over 100,000 miles. Gary’s love of cycling has transcended from a past time to professional mission. As a lawyer, Gary developed a unique niche personal injury law practice specializing in cycling-injury-related cases. As a cyclist, Gary understands the dangers cyclists face when sharing the road with other motor vehicles. Gary believes that through his practice, he helps make the roads safer for all by aggressively pursuing claims against negligent drivers.
Gary is active in the cycling community. He frequently speaks at bike clubs, advertises in bike magazines, and sponsors cycling teams and individual cyclists. He views his work as a lawyer as a battle to keep the roads safe for cycling enthusiasts. Gary stresses that “every attorney should specialize in a field of the law that rings true in both their heart and their mind.” Once the lawyer determines the appropriate field, involvement is the key. Becoming involved in the targeted community is more productive than advertising or business luncheons. Given Gary’s lifelong interest in bicycling, his niche personal injury practice is the perfect fit.
Gary C. Brustin is a lawyer licensed to practice in California and maintains offices in both Los Angeles and San Jose. He has assisted with cycling related cases throughout the country. He may be reached at (800) 841-2453, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on the web at www.bicyclelawyer.com.
Joseph V. Sebelin, Jr. is an associate with William G. Schwab & Associates, a general practice firm in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. Attorney Sebelin’s interests outside the law include weightlifting and mountain biking