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  • Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Case
    Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Case

    As in any lawsuit, the evidence is essential, and personal injury claims are no different. If you were injured in a car accident , a slip and fall accident , a truck accident, a bicycle accident , or ...

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  • Tips to Prevent
    Tips to Prevent "Dooring" Bicycle Accidents

    Some say that Sacramento is a bike-friendly city. Others argue that this statement is far from true. Whatever the case may be, cyclists in any city run the risk of being “doored” by a negligent driver ...

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  • Bicyclists and distracted riding: a legislative focus
    Bicyclists and distracted riding: a legislative focus

    Bicyclists in California and nationally obviously need to be protected while out on the road. Do they need to be protected from themselves, though? That is one material tangent focused upon in a ...

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  • Who is at risk for getting into a bicycle accident?
    Who is at risk for getting into a bicycle accident?

    Riding your bike can be great, from both a transportation standpoint, as well as a fitness one. Many people like knowing they are getting their heart rate up and getting around, without having to get ...

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  • Safety agency tries new approach to implement AEB systems
    Safety agency tries new approach to implement AEB systems

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration seems to be working with a renewed sense of purpose and urgency. Our post earlier this week focused on the agency's decision to oversee the Takata ...

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  • Car company hopes bulk data will improve bicyclist safety
    Car company hopes bulk data will improve bicyclist safety

    With so many automakers facing scandals over safety defects, bad press seems to be the norm for this industry (just look at our post from last week about the Takata air bag recall). Even in good ...

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