Posts From December, 2017

Wrongful Death Car Accident

Venus Williams Should Expect to be Served Per Widow’s Attorney

  • Dec 31 2017

Will Venus Williams be found liable in a fatal car crash that claimed a man’s life?

Venus Williams, regarded as one of the all-time best professional women’s tennis players in America is no stranger to the Grand Slam on the court –and on the road.

Williams was involved in a two-car California car accident that sent an elderly man to the hospital with head trauma and after two weeks in ICU he died of his injuries. His wife, who was the driver of the other car, was also taken to the hospital with broken bones and other injuries but survived.


What Is Causing All of the Bicycle Accidents?

What Is Causing All of the Bicycle Accidents?

  • Dec 30 2017

The University of Southern California reported recently on an alarming study released by the University of California San Francisco.  The study showed that over the past 17 years, bicycle accidents have cost America more than $237 BILLION, and that the cost of those accidents is only going up.  Some of the study’s most alarming findings include:

  • The frequency of bicycle accidents has increased by 120% over the course of the study
  • The costs of treating injuries from bicycle accidents has increased by 136%
  • Older bicycle riders are increasingly more likely to be injured while cycling than younger riders
  • Accidents involving both bicycles and automobiles are increasing,

Construction Accident Details Covered Up at California Zoo

Construction Accident Details Covered Up at California Zoo

  • Dec 28 2017

What kind of accident occurred the day before the Africa Rocks exhibit at the San Diego Zoo opened?

What happens in San Diego stays in San Diego. At least that appears to be the case with respect to a California construction accident that occurred recently on San Diego zoo property.

Representatives and spokesmen for the San Diego Zoo– as well as the construction company that the three (or possibly four) injured workers had contracted with– were tight-lipped about all aspects of the accident which occurred the day before the new Africa Rocks exhibit was to open and halted construction work for the day.


California Hit-and-Run: After the Biker Flew, the Driver Fled

California Hit-and-Run: After the Biker Flew, the Driver Fled

  • Dec 26 2017

Must those involved in car accidents stay at the scene?

An aerospace engineering student experienced flight via a California motorcycle accident. But unlike in space, we don’t have zero gravity on Earth. And his landing was particularly rough.

Video surveillance footage indicates that the San Diego hit-and-run accident occurred when a Jeep made an illegal U-turn into the path of the student’s motorcycle. The impact, estimated at about 35 to 40 mph, caused the biker to be ejected, “front flip” over the vehicle,


cruise ship traveling

What Duties Do Cruise Ship Companies Owe to Passengers?

  • Dec 24 2017

Nothing says vacation like a long cruise filled with dancing, drinking and all-you-can-eat buffets. Most people do not board cruise ships with the expectation that they will be injured or killed. However, this happens more frequently than we realize. Since 2005, 448 major cruise ship accidents were reported, according to the World Maritime News. Of those 448 accidents, 66 of those ships ran aground, 79 have crashed into other vessels, and more than 15 have sunk, according to this same study.

With these types of numbers, it’s natural to wonder what duties cruise lines owe to their passengers.



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