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$125,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Pedestrian vs. Auto Accident

$125,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Pedestrian vs. Auto Accident

$125,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Pedestrian vs. Auto Accident$125,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Pedestrian vs. Auto Accident A 34-year-old marketing professional and dedicated athlete suffered serious injuries in a pedestrian vs. automobile accident at the intersection of Buchanan Street and Chestnut Street in San Francisco, California. The marketing professional suffered a fractured thigh bone and permanently crushed cartilage in her knee, […]

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$212,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Motorcycle vs. Auto Accident

$212,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Motorcycle vs. Auto Accident

$212,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Motorcycle vs. Auto Accident$212,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Motorcycle vs. Auto AccidentA 40-year-old program director and athlete suffered serious injuries in a motorcycle vs. automobile accident at the intersection of Broadway and Embarcadero Streets in San Francisco, California. The program director suffered two open ulnar fractures and an open radial shaft fracture in his left […]

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$485,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Bicycle vs. Commercial Vehicle Accident

$485,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Bicycle vs. Commercial Vehicle Accident

$485,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Bicycle vs. Commercial Vehicle Accident$485,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Bicycle vs. Commercial Vehicle AccidentA 38-year-old direct sourcing senior manager at Apple, Inc., and avid bicyclist suffered serious injuries in a Bicycle vs. Commercial Vehicle accident in San Francisco, California. The cyclist was riding his bicycle on Twin Peaks Boulevard through the intersection of Panorama […]

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$420,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Bicycle vs. Bicycle Accident in San Francisco

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$420K Settlement for Bicycle vs. Bicycle Accident in San Francisco$420,000 SETTLEMENT FOR Bicycle vs. Bicycle Accident in San FranciscoA 38-year-old creative producer and avid bicyclist was on her way to work in San Francisco, California, commuting alongside several other cyclists as she did every morning for the last 18 years. She had just passed the […]

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