Category: MJQLAW Blog

San Francisco Motorcycle Accident Study

The Bay Area provides a fantastic backdrop for any motorcycle ride. Unfortunately, San Francisco traffic can make any trip dangerous for a rider. Too many local motorists don’t take the time to look for the motorcyclists who travel our city. Distracted drivers can veer over on a motorcyclist in the next lane or fail to stop for a red light

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San Francisco County Trauma Center Information

Accident risks are present anywhere you go across San Francisco and the Bay Area. Some victims suffer traumatic injuries and are in need of urgent medical care. These injuries are often life-threatening and require immediate attention from skilled doctors working at area trauma centers. MJQ Law represents the victims of traumatic injuries hurt by the carelessness of an individual, a

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Motorcycle Accident Study in San Francisco

Motorcycle accidents are unfortunately all too common on San Francisco’s busy streets, and they can often lead to serious injuries or even fatalities. As a motorcycle rider, it’s essential to be aware of the risks and dangers associated with riding in the city. Throughout San Francisco, there are many different conditions and factors that can lead to an accident. Whether

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Woman Killed By Suspected Fallen Tree Limb Near Golden Gate Park

San Francisco enjoys the distinction of being one of California’s most picturesque cities. Situated in the heart of the Bay Area, our city offers great opportunities for people that want to get out and enjoy the city’s beautiful views. One of the most popular options for both locals and tourists is Golden Gate Park, an over 1,000-acre plot that runs

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San Francisco 2022 Bicycle Accident Statistics And Study

San Francisco provides a fantastic backdrop for any bicycle ride. Cyclists take to San Francisco streets to get a challenging workout, to travel to work or school, or for an outing with the family. Unfortunately, San Francisco traffic levels and driver carelessness combine to put many riders in jeopardy each day. Even on routes like Valencia Street, with dedicated bike

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2021 San Franciso Vision Zero Pedestrian Injury Report Results & Statistics

The Department of Public Health recently published a new report on pedestrian injuries in San Francisco over the past decade. It highlights the mixed results San Francisco has garnered while city leaders have worked to improve traffic safety through the Vision Zero program. The report examined the past ten years of victim data from the Trauma Center at Zuckerberg San

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Finalists Announced: Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship (March 2019)

Twice a year, the Law Offices of Matthew J. Quinlan funds a $1,000 scholarship to help raise awareness about the dangers of texting and driving amongst college-aged students. Studies have shown that 18-24 year olds are twice as likely to be involved in a texting and driving accident than any other age group. Students between the ages of 18 and 24 were

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Tips & Info for Northern CA Fire Victims

The North Bay is reeling as the “wine country fires” sweep through Northern California communities. It’s devastating. Tens of thousands of residents have been evacuated from their homes. Santa Rosa has been hit particularly hard, but many smaller communities and rural areas are also under siege. As of Wednesday, more than 3,500 homes and businesses are known to have been

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SF Skateboarders Have Rights Too!

It should come as no surprise that skateboard vs. car accidents result in serious injuries to the skateboarder. Like pedestrians, skaters are just as vulnerable against cars. However unlike pedestrian accidents, skateboarders are likely to be found at fault for their collisions due to unfair, negative stereotypes, failing to follow safety requirements, and violating specific laws that outlaw skateboarding on

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