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Determining Damages When You Have A Preexisting Condition

By Boone Callaway |

It’s another beautiful San Francisco day. You approach a red light, slow down and come to a stop. Unfortunately, the truck behind does not see you stop and barrels into the back of your car. Air bags deploy, and you feel the jolt down your entire body. You feel you are well enough to… Read More »

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How to Prove Who’s At Fault for Your Injury

By Boone Callaway |

When you’ve been injured because a person or entity didn’t care enough about public safety to prevent an accident, how do you prove they’re at fault? The question of fault (liability) is key to pursuing a personal injury claim to hold the other party responsible for all the monetary damages for your accident, and… Read More »

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Who do you sue in a personal injury case?

Who to Sue in a Personal Injury Case?

By Boone Callaway |

If you’re injured in an accident, who will pay? When a person is hurt by someone else the law says that someone else should pay to compensate the injured person, but who? There are a few different answers to that question in cases of personal injury. The most obvious place to start is that… Read More »

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Bitten by a dog? Get the facts on dog bites.

Dog Attack Sparks Campaign to Ban Dogs At Parks in California

By Boone Callaway |

California Woman Seeks Changes At Park After Dog Attacks Son A northern California woman has begun a campaign to get dogs out of certain parts of an area park after an American bulldog attacked her son. According to a NBC Bay Area report, the city had placed signs stating that dogs were not allowed,… Read More »

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California family seeks punitive damages in wrongful death case

California Family Pursues Punitive Damages in Wrongful Death, Fraud & Conspiracy Case

By Boone Callaway |

Family Pursues Punitive Damages in Wrongful Death, Fraud, Conspiracy Case A family, seeking to recover for the loss of their loved one, who allegedly died from an untreated complication of a routine surgery, received an unusual favorable ruling when a trial court allowed them to pursue punitive damages in the case. The court determined… Read More »

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SF attorney Boone Callaway discusses the wrongful death case lawsuit brought against Delta Sigma Theta sorority.

Mother’s Suit Claims Sorority Hazing Played Role in Daughter’s Fatal Car Wreck

By Boone Callaway |

A grieving mother recently sued a sorority her daughter was pledging, contending that the actions of the sorority’s leaders contributed to the auto accident that took her daughter’s life. The mother expressed hope that the lawsuit might help end the “hazing culture” at the sorority, the Charlotte Observer reported. Sorority Required Pledges To Endure… Read More »

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Learn more about ways to ride safely according to California law.

Motorcycle Riding Safely According to California Law

By Boone Callaway |

California Motorcycle Safety Laws There are strict requirements for motorcycles in California. The reason for these requirements is clear: motorcycle riders are more vulnerable in collisions. Of course, properly riding a motorcycle requires more skill than driving a typical car. But on top of that, driver of cars are often ill-informed about how to… Read More »

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Peer-to-peer car sharing insurance

Peer-to-Peer Car-Sharing Leads to Big Insurance Questions for Consumers

By Boone Callaway |

Peer-to-Peer Car-Sharing and Your Insurance In the wake of the green movement and the country’s current financial situation, a bevy of cutting-edge companies have arrived to meet the needs and desires of today’s consumer. As recently reported in the New York Times, one such company is RelayRides. RelayRides is a car-sharing service where one’s… Read More »

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Bicyclists Face Many Dangers in San Francisco

By Boone Callaway |

San Francisco Has More Bicyclists Than Any Other American City San Francisco has more bicycle riders per capita than any other American city. Those of us working in Bay Area bike injury law realize that bike riders can be injured in a number of ways. Aside from being struck by a vehicle, bicyclists are… Read More »

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Boone Callaway, a San Francisco accident attorney, discusses vehicular manslaughter in UCSF shuttle accident.

UCSF Shuttle Driver Facing Vehicular Manslaughter Charges For Passenger Death

By Boone Callaway |

A University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) shuttle bus driver is facing vehicular manslaughter charges due to his role in a fatal accident that took place last year on Octavia Boulevard. The San Francisco Examiner reports that Wallace J. Richardson, was driving a shuttle bus that collided with a big rig truck on July… Read More »

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