Cartwright - September 5, 2014 - Blog, Personal Injury

We represent dog bite victims in San Francisco

Dogs can be lovable and make great pets, but they are also capable of tearing through human flesh with one bite. After many people were seriously injured by dog bites and attacks in California, state law was changed to make it easier to hold dog owners responsible for the damage caused by their unruly pets. […]

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Cartwright - June 3, 2014 - Blog, Personal Injury

Marino, others pile on for NFL concussion lawsuit

Dan Marino has joined the ranks of retired professional football players signing on to concussion lawsuits against the NFL. The Hall of Fame quarterback and 14 other former players filed their complaint in federal court just after Memorial Day. To date, more than 4,500 players have accused the NFL of covering up or misrepresenting the […]

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Cartwright - March 19, 2014 - Blog, Personal Injury

Market Street looks for marked improvements in safety

Market Street is pretty much a miracle of modern transit. An average weekday will see 24 Muni routes along Market, as well as a number of regional transit vehicles and private shuttles for employees making the trip to and from Silicon Valley. Add to that about 200,000 pedestrians and an ever-increasing number of bicyclists, and […]

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Cartwright - January 17, 2014 - Blog, Personal Injury

Dog Bites Can Lead to Substantial Jury Awards

The Cartwright Law Firm has handled many dog bites cases over the years, and feels there is good reason to alert dog owners to the issues they may face if their dog bites or otherwise harms another person. Dogs are some of our most loved pets, but they can create liability issues for their owners. […]

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Cartwright - November 21, 2013 - Blog, Personal Injury

Neurologists: Brain Injury Lingers Long After Concussion Fades

A new study in “Neurology,” the journal of the American Academy of Neurology, reveals that evidence of physical damage to the brain is still visible months later on brain scans of people who have suffered even mild concussions. It also found lingering cognitive and mood symptoms weeks and months after the injuries. The news could […]

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Cartwright - October 23, 2013 - Blog, Personal Injury

With 4 Out of 5 Car Seats Used Incorrectly, Is Your Child Safe?

According to the child safety organization Safe Kids Worldwide, four out of every car seats are installed or used incorrectly. The problem is so common you might think these mistakes aren’t critical, but they can be. It is estimated that some 30,000 children are injured and almost 500 are killed in car accidents despite being […]

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Cartwright - September 13, 2013 - Blog, Bus Accidents, Personal Injury

2 bus accidents in 10 days in Southern California

Mass transit systems are among some of the safest modes of transportation in California. While crashes involving buses and trains may happen less frequently than crashes involving cars, the damage that can be done if and when these large vehicles are involved in an accident can be catastrophic.  One accident involving a bus and multiple […]

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Cartwright - June 24, 2013 - Blog, Personal Injury

Mild concussions can cause serious injuries

According to a recent study published in the journal Radiology, patients who have suffered mild traumatic brain injuries exhibit damage to the brain that is similar to patients with Alzheimer’s disease. The study provides yet more proof that even mild head injuries can lead to more serious complications than previously believed. Experts estimate that approximately […]

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Cartwright - February 8, 2013 - Blog, Personal Injury

A few tips to prevent a potentially painful dog bite

Dogs are great pets when trained properly. When their owners are loving; when they take them out for walks regularly, when they properly socialize the dog; and when they take them to the veterinary clinic to ensure they are healthy; a dog can be a tremendously nice animal. But under the tutelage of a negligent […]

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Cartwright - December 20, 2012 - Blog, Personal Injury

New study outlines link of brain injuries and contact sports

As many San Francisco residents know, football has taken a beating over the last year or two regarding player safety and brain injuries. More specifically, concussions have come to the forefront as an extremely dangerous injury — one that was merely shrugged off in the past. However, there are even more alarming signs linking brain […]

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Cartwright - May 25, 2012 - Blog, Personal Injury

Failure of Duty Complaint vs. City of Alameda – Crown Beach Drowning

On May 25, 2012, The Cartwright Law Firm filed a Complaint asserting Failure of Duty in California Superior Court, County of Alameda (RG 12632015) against the City of Alameda, and the County of Alameda, California, over the drowning of Raymond Zack on Memorial Day, 2011, on Crown Beach in Alameda, California. The emergency fire and […]

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Cartwright - May 9, 2012 - Blog, Personal Injury

Research reveals new hope for spinal cord injury victims

Spinal cord injuries are some of the worst injuries that can be sustained in a motor vehicle accident. Severe spinal cord trauma can cause a wide range of disabilities, including paralysis. In most cases, damage to the spinal cord will not heal on its own. Researchers have long been searching for a way to restore […]

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