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Common Causes of Pedestrian Injuries

By Boone Callaway |

A vulnerable human body is no match for a car, SUV, or truck. So, if you were a pedestrian hit by a motor vehicle and received serious injuries or a loved one was killed, the pedestrian accident attorneys at Callaway & Wolf is prepared to vigorously fight for justice and the maximum compensation available… Read More »

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Uber & Lyft Car Accident Information

By Boone Callaway |

Until 2011 and 2012 respectively, if you were without a vehicle and needed car transportation, a taxicab was your only option until San Francisco-headquartered Uber and Lyft ridesharing (also referred to as “transport networking”) appeared on California roads.  Uber started as a luxury service, but quickly expanded its service with “Uber X” to compete… Read More »

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With the new law, California pedestrians will now legally be able to enter the crosswalk after the countdown timer has begun.

New Law Changes the Crosswalk Rules for Pedestrians in California

By Boone Callaway |

What the law change means for California pedestrians You probably didn’t know it, but if you live in California, there’s a good chance that you’ve been breaking the law when you walked across intersections with countdown signals. It’s easy to break this traffic law without even thinking about — especially in busy, crowded San… Read More »

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San Francisco pedestrian accident lawyer Boone Callaway examines accidents involving pedestrians in San Francisco's Sunset District.

San Francisco Pedestrian Attorney on Sunset District Accidents

By Boone Callaway |

On May 8, 2014, a 20 year-old woman suffered multiple injuries when she was struck by a Honda CRV in the crosswalk. The woman properly hit the crosswalk button and waited for the flashing lights before entering the crosswalk. The front bumper of the CRV hit the woman and she was thrown to the ground. The driver of the CRV told police she did not see the pedestrian, however police stated the flashing warning lights are difficult to miss, and they cited the driver with failure to yield.

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The San Francisco WalkFirst safety initiative from Mayor Ed Lee was instituted to help decrease the instances of pedestrian injuries.

WalkFirst – San Francisco’s Pedestrian Safety Initiative

By Boone Callaway |

Even those of us who drive, take transit, or bike practically everywhere we go end up as pedestrians a good deal of the time. When we are on foot we are particularly vulnerable to injuries in the event of an accident. Pedestrian injuries are a serious public health issue in major metropolitan areas such as San Francisco, and data published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), show that approximately 70,000 pedestrians were injured in traffic accidents in 2011 alone. When pedestrian accidents occur as a result of driver negligence, victims may be able to recover for their losses by filing a California personal injury claim.

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A string of accidents involving pedestrians in San Francisco is examined.

High Pedestrian Injury Rates Continue in San Francisco

By Boone Callaway |

Winter has been deadly for San Francisco pedestrians in the last few years. Seven pedestrians were killed in accidents in December 2013, rounding out the deadliest year for pedestrians in the Bay Area since 2007. SF Pedestrian Injuries and Fatalities The pedestrian injuries and fatalities continued through January and February, prompting San Francisco police… Read More »

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Personal injury attorney Boone Callaway examines the high rate of pedestrian deaths in the city of San Francisco.

Examining Higher-than-Average Pedestrian Injuries and Deaths in San Francisco

By Boone Callaway |

What Makes San Francisco so Dangerous for Pedestrians? According to an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, an estimated 7,250 injuries and 250 pedestrian deaths occurred in San Francisco in the last ten years. A study by UCSF showed that more pedestrians died in San Francisco over the last ten years than motor vehicle… Read More »

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