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How to Avoid Causing a Drunk Driving Accident

April 13, 2022

You never want to be involved in a motor vehicle accident resulting from your own intoxication. Although you might promise yourself you’re not the type to get behind the wheel while drunk, you could make a mistake one day. That doesn’t need to happen. To avoid causing a drunk driving accident that could result in […]

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3 Tips to Avoid Being Injured in a Pedestrian Accident

March 15, 2022

Pedestrians must exercise caution when navigating busy California cities such as San Francisco, San Mateo, Daly City, and numerous others. The chances of being harmed in a pedestrian accident tend to be much greater in busy urban areas than they are in parts of the state where traffic isn’t as dense. The following tips will […]

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How to Respond After a San Francisco Car Accident

February 16, 2022

San Francisco has a “Vision Zero” initiative in place. The city is working diligently to make its streets safer than ever before. In doing so, San Francisco officials are hoping car accidents will decline across the city. As a result, this could lead to fewer car accident injuries and fatalities. The Vision Zero policy is […]

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Pandemic Blamed for Record Pedestrian Death Toll

January 13, 2022

Authorities say that more pedestrians than ever are dying on America’s roadways, and they believe that the COVID-19 pandemic is behind this record spike. Officials say that the uptick in pedestrian deaths over the past two years can be tied directly to reckless driving—a behavior that has been on the rise since the pandemic’s beginning […]

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Commercial Truck Regulations that You Need to Know in Case of an Accident

December 15, 2021

After an accident with commercial trucks, people oftentimes have a lot of questions concerning the intricacies of commercial trucking and how it affects their case. Allegiance Law hears this time and time again, meaning that there is a clear need for better communication of federal, state, and local trucking regulations. Knowing these can not only […]

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San Francisco Is the Most Bike-Friendly City but Still Has Cyclist Hot Spots

November 17, 2021

Despite San Francisco’s many twists and turns and traffic-laden streets, it is still considered one of America’s most bike-friendly cities. The city has embraced cycling and consistently ranks high in both road safety and neighborhood accessibility. But no matter how far the city goes to ensure safety, bicycle accidents resulting in injuries and fatalities will […]

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New Report Says Broken Bones May Lead To Future Breaks

October 14, 2021

In a recent study conducted by Veterans Affairs, both minimal and serious trauma resulting in a bone fracture for middle-aged and older people more often leads to additional broken bones. Since broken bones are the most common type of injuries suffered from a slip and fall and the incidence of slip and fall increase dramatically […]

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Hit-And-Run In San Jose Leaves Two Injured And One Dead

September 16, 2021

The horrific accident occurred the night of September 3. A BMW ran a red light on East Santa Clara Street and 10th Street, slamming into a Nissan, killing a passenger, before ricocheting into an Acura that was waiting at the red light. The driver emerged from the BMW and fled on foot. Unfortunately, hit-and-run accidents […]

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New Concussion Study Claims TBI Should Be Treated Like A Disease

August 19, 2021

A new study conducted by the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) examined a large array of CT scans of concussion and mild traumatic brain injury patients around the United States. The results showed a definitive link between mild head injuries and long-term problems associated with more moderate or severe head trauma. Concussions are a […]

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The Sinister Reality Of Walking In San Francisco

July 21, 2021

The Bay Area community is roaring over the harsh reality of pedestrian safety on its streets. Each year, over 600 people are severely injured on San Franciscan streets while around 30 more lose their lives completely. Even though elderly folk makes up the majority of the fatalities in pedestrian-related deaths, there is additionally an alarming […]

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