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-Posted On December 21, 2010 In Bicycle Accidents,Pedestrian Accident-

San Francisco Acknowledges Too Many Pedestrian Accidents

Did you know that, on average, 22 pedestrians are killed each year in San Francisco and 800 are injured? That means more than two walkers are hurt every day on city streets and 2 pedestrians killed each month. Shockingly, almost half of all traffic deaths in San Francisco are pedestrians, and that is more than four times the national average. What to do? Lowering the speed limit to 15 mph in school zones, investing in injury prediction models (which will show us areas that are dangerous for pedestrians), and upping enforcement efforts in those dangerous areas are good places to…
-Posted On November 24, 2010 In Bicycle Accidents-

San Francisco Track Coach Severely Injured in Bicycle Accident

The many who love and respect San Francisco State University’s cross country coach describe the educator as someone who is successful at “teaching people to be good people.” It is not only tragic, therefore, but also ironic that the coach was recently injured in a hit-and-run bicycle accident. It sounds like the suspect who hit the avid athlete could use a lesson in being a good person. California authorities are still looking for the felony hit-and-run suspect who crashed into the victim on Sunday morning, Nov. 14. The accident sent the beloved Marin County community member to the hospital with the following…
-Posted On August 2, 2010 In Bicycle Accidents-

California Court Makes Parks Safer After Bicyclist was Injured

The California Supreme Court has made a thoroughly considered decision regarding California Civil Code section 846 after a bicyclist sued the United States government in a personal injury lawsuit. The plaintiff Alan Klein was injured in a serious bicycle accident in Southern California in 2004. He was riding through Angeles National Forest when a volunteer for the park hit him with his vehicle, causing Klein catastrophic, life-altering injuries. He suffered broken ribs, a severed ear, a collapsed lung, a brain injury and an injury that lost him the use of his left arm. Because of his injuries, Klein had to retire from…
-Posted On June 28, 2010 In Bicycle Accidents-

Parents of Teen Killed On Bike Sue City of Waterford, County, State

I read last week in the Sacramento Bee about a 16-year-old Waterford girl killed while riding a bicycle. Her parents have filed claims against the city of Waterford, Stanislaus County and the state of California. As a San Francisco personal injury lawyer, I often have to acknowledge death as the tragic result of someone’s negligence. As a parent, however, I can only imagine how I would cope with the worst tragedy that can befall any parent–the death of a child.  The child in this case, 16 year-old Ashley Henderson, died after she was struck by a pickup truck on February 12 while…
-Posted On June 25, 2010 In Bicycle Accidents-

Attorney for Bike Rampage Survivor Calls This a Wake-up Call

Bike rampage survivor Rolando “Alan” Casajeros describes the injuries and pain he suffered after the attack. San Francisco injury lawyer, Claude Wyle, calls this a wake-up call: Motorists must share the road with bicyclists. …
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