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Mary Alexander Interviewed by KRON Regarding Ghost Ship Warehouse

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

With the Ghost Ship fire case settled and defendant Derrick Almena sentenced, a question has been raised by many involved in the case – what will become of the property? Mary Alexander spoke to KRON regarding what happens next. Mary Alexander, lead attorney on the case, reached a settlement in July 2020 with the… Read More »

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Oakland Bicycle Accident Attorney

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

Riding a bicycle is not just for children anymore. Increasingly, adults are turning back to this favorite childhood pastime. Whether for a challenging endurance workout, a more environmentally-friendly mode of transportation or simply for fun, increasing numbers of adults are riding bicycles. In more rural areas, cyclists have plenty of mountain paths to explore… Read More »

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Bay Area Bicycle Accident Attorney

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

With Bay Area streets becoming increasingly full of vehicle traffic of all sizes, more and more area residents are using bicycles to get wherever they need to go. As a mode of transportation, bicycles are often more efficient for navigating famously snarled Bay Area traffic, as well as being undeniably better for the environment… Read More »

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Oakland Nursing Home Abuse

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

The decision to place an elderly family member or loved one in a nursing home can be difficult and emotional for many people. Often the decision is made when a loved one is either no longer capable of living alone or is sick or injured enough that they require care beyond the expertise of… Read More »

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Mary Alexander Selected as One of Lawdragon’s Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers of 2020

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

Widely recognized as one of San Francisco’s top personal injury attorneys, Mary Alexander established her stellar reputation in the legal community after obtaining some of the largest and highest profile verdicts and settlements in the state of California over the course of her career. She has now been named one of this year’s Lawdragon… Read More »

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Bay Area Construction Accidents Highlight Persistent Safety Issues

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

The dangers inherent in construction work make it one of the riskiest professions available. Because worksites use both heavy machinery and materials, when injuries happen, they are much more likely to be serious or even fatal. Two construction accidents occurred this summer that reveal the need for construction companies to implement, train and enforce… Read More »

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San Francisco pedestrians’ safety at risk

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

San Francisco traffic is legendary. The Texas Transportation Institute consistently ranks the Bay area as one of the most highly-congested cities in the U.S. While the traffic may be aggravating for those who drive in San Francisco, it can be dangerous for those who are walking. A succession of pedestrian fatalities in early 2013… Read More »

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Tragic Berkeley balcony collapse provides lessons in premises liability

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

A fatal balcony collapse provides lessons in an offshoot of personal injury claims: premises liability. A birthday party took a tragic turn in Berkeley recently when the balcony of the apartment collapsed. The collapse occurred during the celebration of a birthday and led to the death of six young adults and injured seven more…. Read More »

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What is California’s Graduated Drivers’ License program?

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

California was one of the first states to enact a Graduated Drivers’ License program for teenage drivers. This is one way of reducing teen driver accidents. It is understandable that 16- and 17-year-old kids are not as mature as adults in California. This immaturity can naturally impact their driving and their ability to be… Read More »

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