San Francisco Wrongful Death Attorney Looking for someone to blame is natural if a loved one has fallen victim to a fatal accident. Death is an inevitable part of all of our lives. We accept that old age or bad habits can lead to death. Smoking cigarettes, using alcohol and drugs, and bad overall health […]read more
Chipotle, the so-called fast casual chain, recently reached a settlement with a food poisoning victim. The nationwide outbreak of foodborne illness affected hundreds of people and put many people in California off the idea of eating at the popular restaurant. However, the recent personal injury settlement included something that might surprise most — coupons for […]read more
A hit-and-run accident has California police searching for the driver who sent one woman to the hospital. The victim — a wheelchair-bound woman — was hospitalized after the auto-pedestrian wreck left her with severe injuries. Despite what many people believe, it is still possible for victims of hit-and-run accidents to recover compensation for a personal […]read more
A couple of weeks ago, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration made an announcement that it was pairing with numerous other agencies and organizations to combat distracted driving. According to the announcement, 3,179 people were killed in 2014 as a result of distracted driving accidents in the U.S. Another 431,000 people suffered injuries that year […]read more
Attorney Robert Cartwright Sets the story straight relative to the double decker bus accident which occured in Union Square of San Francisco on November 13, 2015. Unfortunately, the accident caused numerous individuals to suffer castrophic injuries. What is unclear, is why the mechanical failure occured which caused the driver to lose control of the bus’ […]read more
When it comes to good driving, just about everyone thinks they are an expert. But almost anyone can make a mistake while on the roads, including during the beloved holiday season. Still, it is important to discuss some safety tips to avoid getting injured in an accident over the course of the next week. In […]read more
We are picking up where last week’s post left off, talking about risks that California drivers face during the summer months. Summer presents its own set of challenges to drivers, even drivers who are sober and paying attention to the road. Some of them we have control over, but some of them we just have […]read more
The Bay Area is settling in to summer. The weather has been cooperating; school is out or will be out soon, and family trips are in the works. This part of California has a reputation for being laid-back, but we know better. We may not be blue suit and red tie types, but we work […]read more
A South San Francisco man was among the dead in a recent wrong-way accident near Sacramento — the fourth wrong-way crash in 2015. Three people in all died in that accident, bringing the total number of lives lost in wrong-way accidents this year to 14. Both state police and lawmakers are wondering if this is […]read more
We are continuing our discussion of the Feb. 24 collision between a commuter train and a heavy-duty pick-up truck at a road-grade crossing near Oxnard. Of the 28 people injured, four were reported in critical condition. Earlier this week, authorities announced that one of those victims, the engineer of the Metrolink train, had died from […]read more
No one was killed but dozens were injured in the Feb. 24 accident involving a heavy-duty pickup truck and a Metrolink commuter train. The accident happened between the Southern California cities of Oxnard and Camarillo, less than an hour away from the site of the 2008 train crash in Chatsworth that left 25 dead. The […]read more
Don’t believe it for a second if someone tells you that money isn’t a factor in important ballot initiatives. The Los Angeles Times reported recently that last November’s Proposition 46 fight cost both camps about $70 million altogether. More than 80 percent of that came from opponents of the measure — the winning side. Prop […]read more
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