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-Posted On May 20, 2016 In Automobile Accident,Pedestrian Accident-

Could Google’s Crazy Idea Reduce Pedestrian Injuries?

Google was just awarded a patent for an adhesive car front, and this San Francisco pedestrian accident attorney thinks they may be onto something good. A patent granted to Google this past week shows a pedestrian victim of a car crash “glued” to the car after impact, due to an adhesive vehicle front designed to limit pedestrian injuries. The patent describes how a pedestrian would become stuck to the hood and bumper when struck, potentially preventing a secondary blow and further pedestrian injuries to the victim where they may have previously bounced off the car, striking the windshield, roof,…
-Posted On February 5, 2016 In Pedestrian Accident-

Pedestrian Accident Lawyers Help Victims Recover

At Choulos, Choulos, & Wyle, our pedestrian accident lawyers are very serious when it comes to ensuring that justice is served when it comes to pedestrian accidents. Drivers are obligated to pay attention to their surroundings while driving. Any moment of lapse in attention or reckless driving behavior can cause severe injury and possible death to pedestrians who depend on drivers to drive safely. Two drivers were racing on a surface street, trying to see who could maneuver around and beat the other to their favorite pizza shop. Their confidence levels surpassed their skill levels, unfortunately, which was made evident…
-Posted On October 24, 2015 In Pedestrian Accident-

Vision Zero: Seeing Some Success in San Francisco

If you’ve been reading my posts, you know I’m a big advocate for Vision Zero, a campaign that San Francisco has been recently adopted to cut pedestrian death and injury in half by 2021. Vision Zero has come on the heels of a dangerous 2014 for pedestrians, with nearly 100 pedestrians killed or seriously injured in the city that year, with driver fault being the cause of over 60% of those injuries.   They say it’s darkest before the dawn, and Vision Zero may just be the dawn San Francisco pedestrians are looking for.   The first stage of the…
-Posted On October 16, 2015 In Pedestrian Accident-

The Right Accident Lawyer Will Help You Set Things Straight

Accidents happen all the time. People driving cars get into accidents. People doing their job have accidents. Bicyclists get into accidents. People walking down the street have accidents. Even babies have accidents. Not all accidents are the same in terms of severity or what the cause may have been. Yes, you might have been involved in a car accident, but it could have very well been the cause of a drunk driver, not your driving skills. Or perhaps you were involved in a walking accident, but who were you to prepare for a manhole cover that was not repositioned back…
-Posted On July 12, 2013 In Pedestrian Accident-

San Francisco Trying to Reduce Pedestrian Accidents

San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener recently introduced a package of legislation intended to address challenges with pedestrian safety. Last year in San Francisco, 964 people were hit by vehicles, and 19 were killed, according to a pedestrian advocacy group’s review of Police Department data. Unfortunately, pedestrian safety projects are still lagging behind the growing need. It’s high time that something productive be accomplished to help protect San Francisco pedestrians. This is a walking City and masses of tourists strolling all over town increase the exposure of pedestrians to motor vehicles here in our City by the Bay. Apparently, Wiener’s legislation…
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