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MUNI Accidents Happen and That’s When You Need a MUNI Accident Lawyer

posted by dcmmoguls, on January 29, 2016

While crossing the street in a pedestrian crosswalk, a local high school student was clipped by a passing MUNI bus that turned into the pedestrian walkway without checking to see if someone was in it. While driving her hatchback to a Giants’ game, a young woman was rear-ended very hard…

In An Effort to Reduce Bicycle and Pedestrian Injuries and Deaths, San Francisco Municipal Transit A

posted by Claude Wyle, on November 1, 2015

Some say “too little, too late” however I think when it comes to commuter and pedestrian safety, every little bit helps. That’s why I’m happy to announce that the SFMTA has just produced the City’s first training video to help assist its truck and bus drivers with navigating the hectic…

San Francisco Cable Car Accidents Make Cable Cars a Financial Loss

posted by Claude Wyle, on May 9, 2013

This is not the first time I’ve written about the dangers of the San Francisco Cable Car. The statistics for accidents and costs to the city of San Francisco are staggering. We have to ask, ‘Is it worth it to keep this antique and nostalgic form of transportation available to…

San Francisco Cable Car Accident Sends Seven to Hospital

posted by Claude Wyle, on February 13, 2013

As a San Francisco Bus Accident and Cable Car Accident Attorney, I do my best to help those injured in cable car crashes in our City by the Bay. Tourists and locals alike ride the San Francisco Cable Car, not for its speed (9 miles per hour), but for open…

Consistently So Many San Francisco MUNI Accidents. Why?

posted by Claude Wyle, on November 3, 2012

This is no Halloween joke. Sometimes I wonder if some MUNI busses are driven by the Grim Reaper. Graphic designer, Roy Brubaker, created the image below as a message to us all. Roy drew this image while in his hospital bed after being run over by a MUNI bus. While…

San Francisco Paying Millions For Preventable Personal Injuries and Other Torts

posted by Claude Wyle, on June 21, 2012

It’s common knowledge that cities and counties across the San Francisco Bay Area are struggling to make their budgets. It’s also a fact, however, that millions of dollars are leaving city reserves each year because of legal payouts. Some examples are as follows: It costs an average of $23,000 when…

Another San Francisco MUNI Bus Pedestrian Death

posted by Claude Wyle, on December 27, 2011

With sympathy, and frustration I report another San Francisco MUNI vs. pedestrian fatality which occurred last month. The MUNI death happened on Mission St. between 5th and 6th Streets on Sunday, November 13, 2011. Over a month later, this injury news is still important, and should not be hidden and…

MUNI Accident Attorney Reports New MUNI Crash Comes As Agency Defends Safety Record

posted by Claude Wyle, on April 23, 2011

Soon after I reported that MUNI has been accused of negligence, another MUNI crash occurred. A MUNI vehicle was struck by another, injuring 6 people according to the San Francisco Fire Department, in an incident that highlights the rancorous debate happening right now at the state level concerning the city’s…

San Francisco MUNI Found Negligent In Fixing Problems Relating to Safety

posted by Claude Wyle, on March 18, 2011

As a MUNI Accident Attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area, I have been saying for years that MUNI has ongoing safety issues.  I’d like to report that someone, who is not a lawyer fighting against MUNI, agrees. Maybe soon, MUNI will be safer for riders and other users of…



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