I told you earlier that Choulos, Choulos and Wyle, San Francisco injury attorneys, are
representing the most badly injured survivor in the San
Francisco Road Rage incident. His name is Rolando Casajeros. He is 39 years
old and has been staying with friends in Redwood City since being released from
the hospital after being run down by a car.
The alleged driver of the car, David
Mark Clark, 39, of
Albany, is in custody, undergoing psychiatric evaluation, awaiting charges of
attempted murder aggravated assault and hit-and-run resulting in injury for his
unprovoked attacks on four bicyclists in…
As a San Francisco injury attorney representing one of the injured bicyclists in the Bicycle Road Rampage incident that took place last week, the only good news to report is that the suspect, identified as David Mark Clark, 39, of Albany, is in custody and has been charged with attempted murder, rather than aggravated assault, for allegedly hitting bicyclists with his car in San Francisco last week.
Police said Friday a motive is still unknown for why Clark allegedly targeted the bicyclists. Prosecutors not listing any hate crime charges, which implies, I suppose, that hate was not a motive.
Meanwhile, Clark is…
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…
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…
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…