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Fighting for Justice in Big-Rig Accidents

posted in Uncategorized, by dcmmoguls, on July 31, 2017

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), an estimated 3,921 people are killed and 104,000 people are injured annually in crashes involving large trucks. There is no doubt that a collision with an 18 wheeler is a traumatic experience and usually results in serious injuries. Causes and Fault Truck…

Trucking Boom May Help California Economy, But California Truck Accidents Cause Many Serious Persona

posted in Truck Accident, by Claude Wyle, on June 9, 2017

Over the past few years in the United States, no industry has grown quite like the trucking industry. The nation moves over 70% of its shipping freight via trucks, and the trucking industry alone generated $700 billion dollars in 2015. This boom opened up a massive job market for individuals…

Two Car Passengers Killed In Fatal Car vs Truck Crash Near Oakland

posted in Uncategorized, by Claude Wyle, on June 7, 2017

A man and a girl were killed on Interstate Highway 880 in Oakland earlier this month when a white box truck, which had been sitting disabled on the right shoulder, was hit by a black BMW that had been speeding north before veering off the road, striking the truck, according…

Fatal Crash Between Motorcycle And Truck Blocks Marin’s Shoreline Highway

posted in Motorcycle Accidents, by Claude Wyle, on June 5, 2017

A Marin County motorcycle accident between a bike and a septic truck in Bolinas proved fatal earlier last month, according to California Highway Patrol. Reported late in the morning around 10:30am on state Highway 1 near Olema Bolina Road, emergency crews first on the scene noted that “the motorcyclist received immediate…

Mysterious Fatal Bicycle Crash In Petaluma Raises Questions For This San Francisco Bicycle Accident

posted in Bicycle Accidents Bicycle Community, by Claude Wyle, on June 3, 2017

Sadly, earlier last month, A 69-year-old-man succumbed to the injuries suffered in what turned out to be a fatal Petaluma bicycle crash. The seemingly solo bicycle collision sent this gentleman over his handle bars and caused him to hit the ground face first, said officials in Petaluma. Police were called…

Road Rage Justice – Bicycle Riders Holding Drivers Accountable

posted in Bicycle Community, by Claude Wyle, on May 30, 2017

Riding your bicycle on the roadways of America is usually dangerous enough, but if we throw in some drivers with road rage, then bicycling can result in even more personal injury or even wrongful death. For years, bicyclists have been confronted by and suffered from near misses by angry drivers…

Boycotts or Buycotts? Using Money To Express Your Opinion

posted in Uncategorized, by Claude Wyle, on May 11, 2017

Expressing your political views is a corner stone of America, and throughout the years we’ve found more creative and interesting ways of expressing those opinions, including, through our wallets. Political views are melding with consumer advocacy; that is advocacy by consumers, not just for consumers. In recent months, as America has…

San Francisco’s Buster Posey Back In Lineup After Concussion

posted in Personal Injury Serious Injuries, by Claude Wyle, on April 26, 2017

Busty Posey, star catcher of the San Francisco Giants, should be back in the lineup after missing the past six games due to a concussion. The Giants had announced that Posey would be activated after sitting for seven-days on the concussion disabled list. Posey was injured on April 10th, when…

San Rafael Truck Crash; According to CHP Truck Driver Was DUI “5 Times The Legal Limit”

posted in Truck Accident, by Claude Wyle, on April 12, 2017

An intoxicated truck driver crashed last month on US 101 near San Rafael, temporarily blocking three lanes south of the Central San Rafael exit in Marin County. According to the California Highway Patrol, the trucker was driving with a blood alcohol content five times the legal limit for commercial vehicles and more than double the limit if…

Federal Report Says Dangerous Roadway Caused 2016 Fatal Bus Crash

posted in Uncategorized, by Claude Wyle, on April 9, 2017

According to federal officials, inadequate highway markings are to blame for the fatal Greyhound bus crash in California last year that killed two people and injured 13 others. A report by the National Transportation Safety Board indicated that the lack of reflective warning markers on US Highway 101 made the driver believe he was…

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