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-Posted On March 17, 2020 In Motorcycle Accidents-

Why You Should Choose a Motorcycle Attorney Who Loves Motorcycles

If you’ve been in a motorcycle accident, your best bet for seeking a successful recovery is to find an attorney who loves motorcycles as much as you.…

The Left Cross and The Right Hook: Dangerous Situations For Cyclists Contribute to the Most Bicycle Accidents

As a bicyclist, of course you encounter dangerous situations on the road daily. We cyclists all know that the roads are full of distracted and negligent drivers and that the urban infrastructure is often inadequate to prevent bicycle accidents, particularly in a congested place like San Francisco. That’s why it’s important as California cyclists, we stay aware of some of the most common dangers on the road, the situations that can be particularly hazardous, and how we can avoid bicycle crashes when we encounter them. Let’s look at two common dangerous situations, the “left cross” and “right hook”, and refresh…
-Posted On March 15, 2020 In Bicycle Community-

Ride Your Bicycle To Boost Your Immune System and to Avoid COVID-19 Germs in The Gym

As the days get longer and the temperature gets warmer, many of us look to alternative modes of transportation such as biking to work, walking to the train, or just enjoying a casual walk or ride on the weekends. I personally have been avoiding the gym although I have always done my best to wipe down machines before and after I touched them.  Although we can never fully protect ourselves, with the recent uptick in cases around the Bay Area, the Santa Clara County Public Health Department (SCCPHD) has released the following information regarding COVID-19 so you can stay informed…
-Posted On October 24, 2019 In Motorcycle Accidents-

Motorcycle Shop Liable for Motorcycle Crash

Attorney Claude Wyle discusses a case where a motorcycle shop was held liable for a motorcycle accident that resulted in the loss of his client’s leg. Mr. Wyle explains how their experts examined the motorcycle and determined that two nuts on the steering were only hand tightened, which could cause the steering to be loose. The deposition of the mechanic who signed off on the assembly check revealed the motorcycle shop forged his name and that it was assembled elsewhere. Mr. Wyle was able to obtain a settlement that ensured his client was properly compensated.  Read more about the case
-Posted On October 18, 2019 In Motorcycle Accidents-

Myths Busted! Injury Attorney Debunks Misconceptions about Motorcycles

Attorney Claude Wyle responds to myths and misconceptions about motorcycle accidents in California. He explains the role of insurance companies, why motorcycle skid marks can’t determine speed and how lane-splitting is safer for everyone and reduces traffic congestion. Mr. Wyle also discusses comparative negligence, a California law that allows motorcyclists to seek compensation if they are partially at fault in an accident. …
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