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-Posted On February 9, 2012 In Bicycle Accidents-

Early Dawn Bicycle Accident South of Market at 5th St & Harrison St

One might think that heading out early in the morning is the safer way to travel the busy city streets of San Francisco by bicycle–with less cars on the road–but unfortunately early this morning a 26-year-old bicyclist was hit by a truck. According to the police the cyclist did not have a light on his bicycle, despite the darkness of the early dawn morning, as he rode south on 5th Street getting hit at 6:28 a.m. by a pickup truck that was turning left at Harrison Street. Thankfully, the bicyclist survived getting hit by the truck, and suffered non-life-threatening…
-Posted On January 13, 2012 In Bicycle Accidents-

San Francisco DJ Injured in Bicycle Hit-and-Run

Music lovers and San Francisco cyclists alike are thinking about DJ Toph One, who ended up in ICU at San Francisco General after falling from his bike and getting hit by a car in hit-and-run accident at Ocean and Geneva near City College on Sunday night around midnight, January 8th. Identified as 41-year-old Christopher Evans, the popular DJ remains in the hospital with a broken pelvis requiring surgery.  Unfortnately, the hit-and-run assailant is still unknown. The San Francisco community has already come to his side, arranging benefits to help raise money to help him as follows: Public Works on January…
-Posted On December 31, 2011 In Bicycle Accidents-

Mission District Car Meets Bicycle Crash Sends Bicyclist to Hospital

I must report that a Mission district bicycle car crash caused serious personal injuries a few nights ago. A cyclist went out for a ride on Wednesday night, December 21st only to be struck by a car and to suffer personal injuries at about 8:19pm at 17th and Valencia in San Francisco.  The injuries were serious enough to necessitate a visit to the hospital. Fortunately, the cyclist was conscious and talking as police blocked 17th Street to traffic to allow emergency crews to respond.  According to the police a four-door Toyota sedan with front-end damage was stopped near the scene…
-Posted On November 30, 2011 In Bicycle Accidents-

Bicyclists Beware: Most Likely Places To Be Injured in San Francisco and Bay Area

All San Francisco bicycle enthusiasts know that, despite the positive aspects of cycling to work or around town, riding in city traffic can be dangerous. Unfortunately, motorists always create some danger for bicyclists, but this danger is even worse at some specific San Francisco intersections. It is my job as a San Francisco Bicycle Accident Attorney to learn first hand just how dangerous these city streets actually can be for cyclists. I am proud to live in a bicycle-friendly city such as San Francisco and always smile when I see specifically marked bicycle lanes and unique, descriptive signs at intersections…
-Posted On October 17, 2011 In Bicycle Accidents-

San Francisco Repainting Green Bike Lanes

In December 2009, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) painted the city’s bike lanes green in an effort to make them more visible to motorists. However, by July 2011, SFMTA needed to repaint the lanes after a series of bicycle accidents demonstrated that the lanes were far too dangerous for bicyclists. Many bicyclists complained that the paint was too slippery, making it difficult to stop – especially in the rain. A police officer on a motorcycle even had an accident because of the slick paint on the roadway. The SFMTA repainted the lanes in the same color, but used…
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