Parachute Accident Sucks Navy Seal Vet From Plane

Who is liable in a parachute accident death? When you go skydiving-- whether for pleasure or as part of a military mission-- there is an expectation that the parachute will open and function properly. And if there is any concern about the primary chute opening, the existence of the reserve chute offers added safety and...
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Bay Area Bike Accidents on the Rise

Q: Who is at fault in a bicycle accident? With the beautiful weather and healthy, active lifestyle of Californians, it’s not surprising that bicyclists are out in full force on park trails and roadways. Unfortunately, when sharing the road with automobiles, accidents are bound to happen. When they do, even the most safety-conscious, protective...
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Death in the Slow Lane: Truck Accident Law in California

Are commercial trucks subject to specific safety laws and regulations? While many may joke about driving on the California freeways, a recent truck accident tragedy on the 5 Freeway in Gorman reminds us how grave the consequences of sharing the roadways with the big rigs can be. On June 28, 2016, the unthinkable happened. Two families...
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Blaming the Auto-Pilot Driver

Who is at fault in a self-driving car accident? The nation’s first auto-pilot fatal car accident just happened in Florida. The accident occurred when a Tesla driver using the auto-pilot, self-driving feature crashed into the side of a tracker trailer that had crossed its path at a turning point in a divided highway, sending the...
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