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-Posted On October 18, 2015 In Automobile Accident-

One Killed, One Injured in Highway 101 Crash

Officials are investigating the death of a 37 year old San Francisco man, who was killed in a collision on Highway 101 last week, possibly due to falling asleep at the wheel. The crash, which occurred near Mill Valley early Saturday morning, involved only one car, which drifted off the roadway, crashing into a tree and bursting into flames, according to Patrick Roth, spokesperson for the California Highway Patrol. The driver, behind the wheel of a blue 2014 Subaru WRX STI, was pronounced dead at the scene. The passenger, a 30 year old man also from San Francisco, was…
-Posted On October 16, 2015 In Pedestrian Accident-

The Right Accident Lawyer Will Help You Set Things Straight

Accidents happen all the time. People driving cars get into accidents. People doing their job have accidents. Bicyclists get into accidents. People walking down the street have accidents. Even babies have accidents. Not all accidents are the same in terms of severity or what the cause may have been. Yes, you might have been involved in a car accident, but it could have very well been the cause of a drunk driver, not your driving skills. Or perhaps you were involved in a walking accident, but who were you to prepare for a manhole cover that was not repositioned back…
-Posted On October 15, 2015 In Head and Brain Injuries-

Warrior’s Curry Head Injury Brings Up Questions On Concussion Protocol

When Stephen Curry went down to the floor in Game 4 of the Western Conference Final, his head hit the wood pretty hard. Not only was this a moment of suspense for us die-hard fans, but it also became the latest incident in an ongoing debate around head trauma and clearing players to get back out on the court. Curry was eventually cleared to renter the game, but that left some of us wondering, is the concussion testing used in the NBA, and sports in general, effective? Effective enough to clear a player minutes after the injury? Many were left…
-Posted On October 12, 2015 In Automobile Accident-

Pedal Error? Lessons Learned From A Livermore Gym Crash

Pedal error, or, confusing the brake from the gas, or the clutch, is more common than you may think. And for our elderly citizens, the risk is even greater. In fact, earlier this month a woman in Livermore lost her life due to pedal error when an 80 year old driver slammed into a gym one Tuesday afternoon.   Studies show that pedal error accounts for thousands of accidents across the country each year, with many of those accidents leading to injury, or even death. Luckily, help may be on the way.   This past month the National Highway…
-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…
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