Tag Archives: Pedestrian Accidents
Do Silicon Valley Company Buses Get Sued?
When it comes to bus accidents, transportation authorities and cities are usually the parties scrutinized for responsibility. However, here in the Bay Area, even tech companies can be responsible for crashes of this nature. One such crash could soon lead one of Silicon Valley’s largest companies to the courtroom. Can Victims Hold Silicon Valley… Read More »
Are Pedestrian Accidents More Common in School Zones?
If you have children and you drop them off at their school every morning, then you are probably familiar with the bright yellow “School Zone” signs near their school building. These signs are meant to control the speed limit near schools to prevent any pedestrian accidents while students are walking to and from their… Read More »
Driver in zombie parade incident pleads not guilty
California residents may be interested to learn that a driver who was responsible for driving through a crowd of pedestrians during San Francisco’s Comic-Con pleaded not guilty to charges on May 3. The incident occurred at a zombie parade near 2nd and Island avenues in July 2014. During the preliminary hearing, more than a… Read More »