Monthly Archives: June 2014

California driver injures 2 in separate hit-and-run accidents

According to the assistant district attorney prosecuting him, a 26-year-old man hit two people, a mini-bus and a hotel in San Francisco on the night of June 8. The prosecutor detailed the events of the pedestrian accident during the man’s arraignment on June 13, and he was taken into custody that day after his bail … Read More

Trial continues in case of fan who suffered brain injury in fight

When the San Francisco Giants squared off against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2011 Opening Day game at Dodger Stadium, many expected a cut throat competition between these two California teams. But after the game, in the stadium’s parking lot, another clash took place that forever foreshadowed the game and begged the question: was … Read More

Store’s negligence with statue ends in fatal injuries for boy

On behalf of Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. posted in Pedestrian Accidents on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. A tragic and unfortunate accident in the Fisherman’s Wharf area of San Francisco this month could lead to compensation if the victim’s family decides to take legal action in the case. For those who have not heard yet, … Read More

Dan Marino among those suing NFL over brain injuries

Back in November we discussed with our readers over the course of two separate posts the rising concern about brain injuries among athletes. Scientists and doctors are now starting to see a connection between multiple traumatic brain injuries and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, which is a degenerative brain condition that can be fatal. Most … Read More

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