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-Posted On August 29, 2007 In Bicycle Injuries-

Teenager suffers head injury during bicycle accident.

Last Wednesday, a teenage Vallejo boy suffered a head injury when his bicycle collided with a car. The boy was riding southbound on Laurel Street, and then struck the front of a car as he attempted to turn east on Reis Avenue. The youth was not wearing protective gear or a helmet. While the cause of the accident is still unknown, speed does not appear to be a factor. This is yet another example of the importance of wearing a helmet while cycling, which likely could have prevented this bicyclist’s head injury. For more information, visit:http://www.timesheraldonline.com/ci_6250857 For more information…
-Posted On August 29, 2007 In Dangerous Intersections-

San Francisco Intersections, A Danger to Bicyclists and Pedestrians

It is no secret that San Francisco maintains some of California’s most dangerous intersections for bicyclists and pedestrians. Masonic-Fell and Market-Octavia are two of the most notorious for bicycle accidents. These intersections pose a particular problem to cyclists and pedestrians because cars are forced to turn without dedicated lanes or signals. Numerous deaths and serious injuries have occurred at dangerous San Francisco intersections, and now Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi is working to resolve this ongoing problem. Until these intersections are made safe, injured bicyclists and pedestrians will need bicycle accident and pedestrian accident attorneys. Mirkarimi is asking the San Francisco Municipal…
-Posted On August 29, 2007 In Motorcycle Accidents-

San Francisco Motorcycle Attorneys Recover $2,250,000 for Injured Motorcyclist

Our San Francisco motorcycle accident attorney team is proud to report that we recently settled a motorcycle case for $2,250,000. Our 26 year old client was riding his Suzuki motorcycle in Marin County, when a driver of a minivan pulled a U-turn directly into his path. Although our biker told the CHP that he had been going 65 mph, our accident reconstruction experts were able to refute the defendant’s allegations of comparative negligence, and our motorcyclist client, who suffered fractures to both arms and both legs, and who underwent 11 surgeries was able to make the negligent van driver fully…
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