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-Posted On October 10, 2015 In Head and Brain Injuries-

Coup and Contrecoup Brain Injuries

Football season is in full swing, but football means more than jerseys, tailgates, and cheering for the winning team. For some, football, and the injuries from football can mean a lifetime of pain, disability, or even death. That’s why I think it’s important to continue the discussion on traumatic brain injury and to encourage education and awareness about this increasingly prevalent health condition. According to the Brain Injury Association of America, an average of 1.5 million people will sustain a brain injury in their lifetimes, and of those 1.5 million, 50,000 will die and 80,000 will suffer from long-term…
-Posted On October 9, 2015 In Automobile Accident-

An 18 Wheeler Accident Lawyer is Your Best Bet

Chances are, if you’ve come across this blog, you’ve been involved in an 18 wheeler accident. We understand why you are seeking out advice on what to do now that you or a loved one has been involved in such an accident because collisions can cause severe, life-altering injuries and damages. The sheer size and power of these street machines is enough to make one shudder when thinking of the damage they can cause. When colliding with other big rigs, or even worse, with cars, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedestrians the crash can be devastating and sometimes fatal. These mega-sized motor…

Manteca Driver Charged in Fatal Car vs. Bike Crash

A Manteca woman has been charged in connection with a collision that killed a cyclist, according to an official announcement by the County of Contra Costa District Attorney’s office. The District Attorney’s office charged Ms. Alyssa Densmore, a 26-year-old driver from Manteca, with one count of misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter for a crash that killed a Danville bicycle rider last May. According to police, Ms. Densmore was driving North on Crow Canyon Road on May 5th when she collided with Mr.George Kaufer, a 55-year-old cyclist, who died from his injuries shortly after the crash. Although no further details about the…
-Posted On January 6, 2015 In Uncategorized-

Verizon’s Commits To Safety: Eliminating Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving. It’s everywhere. Spend a few minutes on the highway and you’ll pass any number of individuals talking on their phones, plugging in GPS directions, or even updating their facebook status. Distracted Driving is not only reckless, it can also be fatal. As cell phone use has been linked to many cases of distracted driving, Verizon is upping it’s commitment to safe driving, and taking “the lead in educating the public and supporting legislation and new technological solutions for driving responsibility.” Bravo Verizon! Let’s see what they’re doing to help the community. Verizon believes that we all have…
-Posted On September 23, 2014 In Bicycle Community-

Bicycling in the Wrong Direction (Salmoning) is not Safe Cycling

Salmon swim upstream and are symbolic for their tenacity and instinctual urge to fight against the current. Salmon must swim upstream in order to breed. Some bicyclists, on the other hand, are getting labeled “salmon” lately. And it’s not because they are breeding or following their instincts. Some cyclists are riding in bicycle paths, however they are riding in the opposite direction of traffic. Are upstream riding cyclists being lazy?Or are they trying to get attention? Does it still feel safer to ride in a bicycle lane, even though it’s on the wrong side of the street? I’m not sure…
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