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Injured and In Need of a Dedicated Bus Accident Lawyer

posted in Bus Accident, by dcmmoguls, on November 13, 2015

Here are some examples of when someone might need the help of a bus accident lawyer: While riding the morning bus to get to work, John gave up his seat to an elderly passenger. As a frequent bus passenger, he always made sure to relinquish his seat to anyone who…

Mother Credits Police With Spending Time, and Money, to Help Injured Son

posted in Bicycle Accidents Bicycle Community Bicycle Injuries, by Claude Wyle, on November 8, 2015

As a bicycle accident lawyer, I must report on so many horrible events, in the hope that we may learn from them and improve the safety of our community. This can make my blog more often than not very negative. Well, I am happy to report that out of one…

A Burn Injuries Lawyer Can Help When You Most Need It

posted in Burn Injuries, by dcmmoguls, on November 6, 2015

Burn injuries lawyers assist the victims of burn injuries recover emotionally and financially following burn accidents. These kinds of accidents can cause significant pain, injury, emotional stress, and financial issues. Victims of burn injuries sometimes have their entire lives turned upside down. It can be a great advantage to enlist…

In An Effort to Reduce Bicycle and Pedestrian Injuries and Deaths, San Francisco Municipal Transit A

posted in Muni Accident, by Claude Wyle, on November 1, 2015

Some say “too little, too late” however I think when it comes to commuter and pedestrian safety, every little bit helps. That’s why I’m happy to announce that the SFMTA has just produced the City’s first training video to help assist its truck and bus drivers with navigating the hectic…

Injured in a Bicycle Accident? Then You Need a Bicycle Accident Lawyer

posted in Bicycle Accidents, by dcmmoguls, on October 30, 2015

Share the road. Ah, if only that were a mantra that every driver in the Bay area told themselves each morning before they started their car motors and headed off to work. San Francisco and its surrounding areas are well-equipped for bicycle travel. Many of the residents in these areas…

Motorcyclist Killed in I-80 Crash Was Victim of Hit and Run

posted in Motorcycle Accidents Motorcycle Community, by Claude Wyle, on October 27, 2015

The 45 year old Vallejo motorcyclist killed earlier this month on Highway 80 near Hercules has been identified by the Contra Costa County Coroner’s office as Paris Williams. Williams, who was involved in a motorcycle-car collision just east of Willow Avenue, died immediately following his impact with the back of…

Tips for Cyclists: How To Avoid Bicycle Accidents

posted in Bicycle Accidents Bicycle Community Bicycle Injuries Bikes and California Law, by Claude Wyle, on October 25, 2015

If you’ve read my posts about bicycle accidents before, checked out my blog, or even browsed my website, you know that one of my greatest goals is to reduce injuries and fatalities due to bicycle collisions, through making persons and companies and public entities accountable when they needlessly endanger bicycle…

Vision Zero: Seeing Some Success in San Francisco

posted in Pedestrian Accident, by Claude Wyle, on October 24, 2015

If you’ve been reading my posts, you know I’m a big advocate for Vision Zero, a campaign that San Francisco has been recently adopted to cut pedestrian death and injury in half by 2021. Vision Zero has come on the heels of a dangerous 2014 for pedestrians, with nearly 100…

Hire an Amputation Lawyer Who Can Get You Everything You Deserve

posted in Serious Injuries, by dcmmoguls, on October 23, 2015

John went into work at the construction site thinking about the Giants game later that day, not about whether or not he would eventually require an amputation lawyer. As he was prepping a load for a forklift, the machinery’s driving mechanism malfunctioned, and it caused the vehicle to tip over…

Bikes v. Pedestrians, the Debate, and Your Thoughts?

posted in Bicycle Accidents Bicycle Community Bicycle Injuries Bikes and California Law, by Claude Wyle, on October 21, 2015

As my clients know, I’m not just a bicycle advocate, and not just a pedestrian advocate, I am a safety advocate. And when we’re navigating the busy (and sometimesdangerous) streets of San Francisco, safety is much more important than whether we are walking, pedaling, or driving. I’m of the opinion…

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