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One Death And Two Injuries In A San Mateo Motorcycle Crash

September 14, 2020

Motorcycles can be exhilarating vehicles to operate, and there are plenty of motorcyclists in and around the Bay area. However, motorcyclists also face significant risks in the event collisions with vehicles occur. Recently, a disabled vehicle on the high rise portion of San Mateo-Hayward Bridge led to a collision that caused the death of one […]

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Fatal Pedestrian Crash Leads to Manslaughter Charges

August 17, 2020

Pedestrian accidents often lead to devastating injuries, or even fatalities, for victims. Unfortunately, these incidents are not uncommon in and around the San Francisco area. At Allegiance Law, our San Francisco pedestrian accident lawyers want to discuss a recent collision that took the life of a woman in the Western Addition of SF. This tragic […]

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Is There A Way To Keep Pedestrians Safe In San Francisco?

July 16, 2020

Pedestrian safety has been at the forefront of both advocate and city leaders’ minds for some time now. San Francisco implemented Vision Zero years ago with the goal of eliminating all traffic fatalities in the city by 2024. Unfortunately, traffic deaths still occur, including pedestrian fatalities. Are there measures that can be implemented to improve […]

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How Can I Avoid A Motorcycle Accident?

June 15, 2020

With the current pandemic of COVID-19, many drivers have started to see the appeal in motorcycles, especially due to growing fears of public transportation. However, motorcycle accidents tend to be more severe than most accidents, and they can lead to tremendous medical expenses for victims. As a result of this increased risk, the motorcycle accident […]

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San Francisco Introduces ‘Slow Streets,’ But Will They Be Permanent?

May 14, 2020

A few weeks ago, San Francisco followed in Oakland’s footsteps and launched a Slow Streets Program designed to give residents of the area extra space to physically distance themselves from others if they want to go outside their homes. As the COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the way of life for those in the city […]

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Coronavirus Has Lowered Traffic, But Pedestrian Accidents Still Occurring In San Francisco

April 15, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic that is spreading across this country has greatly affected all of us. San Francisco was one of the first big cities to issue a stay at home order for residents. While this has certainly cut down on the number of vehicles on the roadway, many people still have to walk to and […]

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Uber Resumes Testing of Self-Driving Cars in San Francisco

March 16, 2020

Uber has become one of the most popular companies in the San Francisco area. Most people in and around the San Francisco area have used Uber, but they may not realize that the rideshare company is now using self-driving vehicles San Francisco streets once again after a two-year hiatus. At Allegiance Law, our San Francisco […]

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Notoriously Dangerous Intersection For San Francisco Pedestrians

February 14, 2020

Vision Zero Was supposed to be a fantastic long-term goal for the city, with the hopes of zero traffic deaths by 2024. However, San Francisco has been plagued with traffic fatalities and serious injuries, particularly when it comes to pedestrian incidents. At Allegiance Law, our knowledgeable and experienced San Francisco pedestrian accident attorneys want to […]

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How Safe Are Pedestrians In San Francisco?

January 15, 2020

Those who are out on foot in San Francisco should not have to worry about being struck by careless or negligent drivers. Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents are not uncommon in the city. That was proven true as soon as the new year rolled around when three pedestrians were injured in a single day due to collisions […]

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Abandoned Vehicle Causes Serious Crash

December 16, 2019

Most people understand that driving can be risky. While we do what is necessary to stay safe on the roadway, there is no way to predict and prevent all of the dangers we may face. A recent Mountain View crash in which two trucks slammed into an abandoned vehicle on the highway illustrates some unexpected […]

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