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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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


What You Should Know About E-Scooters?

June 22, 2021

Over the past few years, a surge of electric scooters (e-scooters) has hit the city streets across the country. And, along with that, so has the increase of e-scooter-related injuries – 50,000 ER visits from 2017-2019, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, to be exact. Here in San Francisco, there were seven severe injuries […]


Flavored Tobacco Ban on Hold Until 2022 Ballot

May 17, 2021

Californian officials recently put a hold on a new law banning the sale of flavored tobacco products after it qualified as a referendum for the November 2022 ballot. This move suspends the law that was passed by the Legislature and signed by Governor Gavin Newsom last year. Californian voters will now have a chance to […]


Will New Plan Save Californians on the Roads?

April 14, 2021

California has seen a stark increase in vehicle deaths over the Covid-19 pandemic. Traffic deaths are up 5%. Pedestrian deaths saw 485 fatalities in the first six months alone. Without the usual traffic, drivers have become increasingly dangerous behind the wheel. Will the Administration’s plan give California the resources it needs to curb the rising […]


Motorcycle Accident While Lane Splitting in California? What You Need To Know

March 15, 2021

Lane splitting is legal in California. If you were injured on a motorcycle while properly moving between two vehicles, a San Francisco motorcycle accident attorney can help you establish your claim against the parties responsible for your injuries. At Allegiance Law our skilled personal injury attorneys know how to successfully argue on behalf of California motorcycle […]


Cyclists Deaths Are At An All-Time High In California

February 17, 2021

People are becoming more aware of a motor vehicle’s impact on the environment and are turning to bikes. The nation’s infrastructure, for the most part, hasn’t been designed to handle cyclists. Every year, hundreds of bikers die or are injured from preventable accidents while biking around their city. Many cities rely on drivers to be […]


Bicycling In The Time Of Covid

January 14, 2021

In the time of Covid, people have started to covet bizarre things like toilet paper and bicycles. Because people are being forced to stay inside and avoid places where people gather, like restaurants or gyms, people turn to ride bikes to give them a sense of freedom.  Even though fewer cars are on the road, […]


Fatal Car Accident Caused by Wrong-Way Crash Killing Four People

December 18, 2020

Taking a taxi home at night is a smart idea. You want to get there safely after a night out. You might not feel comfortable behind the wheel. You might have had a bit to drink. But when another driver is being careless and making terrible decisions, everyone is in danger, no matter what decisions […]