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Who Is Responsible for a Left Turn Motorcycle Accident in California?

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Motorcycle accidents are often the result of negligence of other drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), left turn motorcycle accidents account for 42 percent of fatal motorcycle accidents that involve another vehicle. Below, our San Jose … Continue reading

What Does It Mean When a Cyclist is “Doored?”

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Cycling in the busy city can be very dangerous. Cyclists run the risk of being hit by cars, crashing into pedestrians, or being “doored.” Below, our Bay Area bicycle accident attorneys explain dooring accidents, California dooring laws and legal options … Continue reading

Cycling Safety Tips: How to Be a Safe Cyclist in San Jose

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Cycling is a popular method of transportation in California. However, there are risks to being a cyclist. In the event of a collision with a vehicle, bicycles provide little protection for riders. This often leads to bicyclists suffering serious injuries. … Continue reading

What Do I Do After a Bike Accident?

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After a bike accident, there are certain steps that you should take as soon as possible. Our San Jose bicycle accident attorneys explain what to do after a bike accident below: What to Do After a Bicycle Accident #1: Call … Continue reading

Motorcycle Safety Tips for Drivers and Motorcyclists

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Motorcycle season is here. Like all motorists, motorcyclists face the usual roadway dangers. This includes dangerous road conditions, inclement weather and other drivers. However, motorcyclists are exceedingly more susceptible to severe injuries in the event of an accident. Motorcycle safety … Continue reading

Nursing Home Neglect During the Coronavirus Outbreak in California

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), older adults have a higher risk of suffering serious complications due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). This means that during the coronavirus pandemic, elderly individuals are more vulnerable to suffering serious … Continue reading

How to Recognize the Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

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The signs of nursing home abuse are not always obvious, especially given the nature of nursing home care. It is important to know how to recognize any clues pointing to potential nursing home abuse or neglect, so that you can … Continue reading

What Families Need to Know About Elder Abuse and Coronavirus

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) has begun to sweep across the nation and the federal government has declared it a national emergency. Nursing home and assisted living facility residents are particularly vulnerable to suffering fatal pneumonia from COVID-19. Long term care facilities in … Continue reading

What Are Traffic Laws When a Stop Light Is Out in California?

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Pulling up to an intersection with a broken traffic light can be confusing. Though uncommon, traffic lights can malfunction. It’s important to know how to behave because a blacked out traffic light is no excuse to disregard traffic laws or … Continue reading

How Do I Report Elder Abuse in California?

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Elders and dependent adults represent an especially vulnerable group of people. This is because physical and mental limitations often make elderly and dependent individuals a target for abuse. Elder abuse can come in many forms, sometimes at the hands of … Continue reading

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