Monthly Archives: March 2014

How a school sports waiver can complicate liability claims

Some of our California readers may have already heard the story about the Massachusetts football player who is currently in a coma and believed to have suffered brain damage because of his involvement in the sport. This isn’t the first time his story has captured national attention, but because of the circumstances surrounding his injuries, … Read More

Researchers find sleep loss causes brain damage in mice

There are a lot of ways that a person can suffer a brain injury. From slips and falls to motor vehicle accidents, a brain injury is often caused by a sudden impact to a person’s brain. This has always been the long-standing belief held by millions the world over. But researchers at the University of … Read More

Failure to yield to pedestrians leaves boy and babysitter injured

A serious pedestrian accident here in San Francisco this month is once again highlighting the many dangers in our city, even in crosswalk areas. Some of our readers may have already heard about the crash that left a 5-year-old boy with a head injury and injured the leg of his babysitter. Officers with the San … Read More

California student injured by car while crossing street

The most important aspect of many San Francisco residents’ lives is their children. Parents expect their children will be safe when they send them off to school, and it can be devastating when that is not the case. Recently, for example, a California student was injured after a motor vehicle accident occurred outside the student’s … Read More

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