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-Posted On June 11, 2010 In Bicycle Accidents-

San Francisco Bicycle Hit-and-Run Rampage-Suspect David Mark Clark Arrested

In case you haven’t been following the San Francisco Bike Rampage case, last Wednesday night in the Mission and Potrero Districts, four San Francisco cyclists suffered serious personal injuries including broken bones, lacerations and internal injuries after a driver, now suspected to be Albany resident David Mark Clark, went on a “road rampage” in the City, intentionally hitting them as they rode on the public street.   There were four bicyclists hit by Mr. Clark, in four separate incidents. Witnesses said that Clark intentionally tried to hit the bicyclists. As a San Francisco bicycle accident attorney and an avid bike…
-Posted On June 4, 2010 In Bicycle Accidents-

Hit-and-Run Road Rage Rampage: Driver Mows Down Several Bicycle Riders in San Francisco

This was no bicycle accident! This was an attack on bicycle riders! As an avid bicyclist myself and a San Francisco bike injury lawyer, I think I speak for all bicyclists when I report with outrage the story that developed late Wednesday night in the Mission and Potrero Districts.  Three San Francisco cyclists suffered serious personal injuries including broken bones, lacerations and internal injuries after a driver went on a road rage rampage in the City, intentionally hitting them as they rode on the public street.   There were four bicyclists hit in all, in four separate incidents. Only one…
-Posted On June 3, 2010 In Bicycle Accidents-

San Francisco Bicycle Accidents Will Be Reduced When Bicyclists Are Allowed Their Fair Share of the Road

Earlier this month the San Francisco Civil Grand Jury issued a report entitled “Sharing the Roadway: From Confrontation to Conversation,” that identifies communication issues between cyclists and drivers and seeks “to move towards everyone seeing him/her self as part of the community sharing the roadway.” Hopefully this will one day help to reduce San Francisco bicycle accidents. As a San Francisco bicycle accident lawyer, I appreciate the effort, but I always balk at the notion that cyclists and motorists are different classes of people.  The San Francisco Bicycle Plan’s (“the Plan”) stated mission is to “make bicycling an…
-Posted On June 3, 2010 In Pedestrian Accident-

UPDATE: Google Maps Causes Pedestrian Accident?

On May 26, we posted a story about Google Maps’ addition to their navigation services. Google added a service for bike riders to use when plotting out their bike routes. The service allows pedestrians to choose routes based on safety and athletic difficulty. In a surprising turn of events, this addition to Google Maps that was predicted to increase pedestrian safety is now being accused of putting a California woman at risk when she went out for a walk. The woman claims that the route Google Maps planned for her walk was dangerous and led to her getting hit by…
-Posted On June 3, 2010 In Bicycle Injuries-

Road Rage Rampage Directed at Bicyclists? Driver Hits Several Bicycle Riders in San Francisco

I often end up reporting in this column about bicycle accidents, but what I am writing about today was no bicycle accident! This was an attack on bicycle riders! As an avid bicyclist myself and a San Francisco bike injury lawyer, I am outraged by the story that developed late Wednesday night in the Mission and Potrero Districts. Three San Francisco cyclists wereapparently targeted by a driver in some sort of road rage episode. According to witnesses, the driver intentionally hit four bicyclists as they rode on the public street. Three bicyclists suffered serious personal injuries including broken bones,…
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