In December 2018, both Lyft and Uber released rentable scooters onto the streets of San Diego. They join a wave of companies looking to capitalize on the dockless scooter rental trend that’s sweeping the country. However, this e-scooter craze has dangers that many users don’t know about. Here’s what our San Diego personal injury law… continue reading.
The incidence rate of fatal bike crashes is reportedly increasing across the United States. It’s believed that bicyclists being forced to share the road with vehicles has something to do with that. A researcher with State Farm Insurance notes that there’s been a shift in the profile of the average bike accident victim in the… continue reading.
Cyclists ride bicycles for a variety of reasons. Maybe’s it’s how you stay physically fit. Maybe you admire the athleticism of professional racers. Perhaps you aspire to complete a triathlon someday, want to reduce your carbon footprint or just find your commute to work more pleasant on a bike. Whatever your motivation when you climb… continue reading.
People in motor vehicles are supposed to share the road with smaller vehicles. That means motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles. Unfortunately for those who like to commute by bike, many people in larger vehicles fail to adequately check for bikes when merging, turning or backing up. While you may take every precaution, from wearing a helmet… continue reading.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) most recent statistics from 2013, at least 900 bicyclists lost their lives and over 494,000 suffered bicycle-related injuries that year. Their data from 2010 suggests that the resulting loss of productivity and medical costs associated with that level of catastrophic injury equates to approximately $10… continue reading.