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Attention on California’s Roads during Distracted Driving Awareness Month

April marks Distracted Driving Awareness Month, a critical time to address the alarming rise in distracted driving incidents in California. With over 800 lives lost since 2021, our blog provided some resources to help you understand why these tragedies “accidents” undermines their preventability and what we can do to foster safer driving habits. Join us …

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UPDATE ON PEOPLE V WILLIAMS MURDER TRIAL – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Today at the preliminary Hearing in the case involving the double murders of two Dublin residents, Benison and Maria Tran, by Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Devin Williams, Judge Paul Delucchi Denied the District Attorney’s motion to dismiss the special circumstances charges and enhancements. The Tran family strongly opposed the DA’s efforts to do so as …

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DA Price Drops Charges of Life Without Patrol in Double Murder case against Alameda County Deputy Sheriff

 March 27, 2027 at 1:15 p.m. (Today) PRESS CONFERENCE ALAMEDA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT 5151 Gleason Drive, Dublin, CA 94568  On the late evening /early morning of September 6/7, 2022, Alameda County Deputy Sheriff Devin Williams shot and killed Maria and Benison Tran in their home in front of Benison and Maria’s son, Brendon Tran and …

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$11.8 Million Verdict in a Motorcycle Collision case

with Trial Attorneys Christopher Dolan and Kimberly Levy of the Dolan Law Firm, PC Gonzalez v. Smith (San Francisco Superior Court Case No. CGC-20-582006) arose from a motor vehicle versus motorcycle collision caused by Defendant Luke Thomas Smith’s negligence which permanently injured, disabled, and disfigured Plaintiff Julian Gonzalez. Just after 5:30 p.m. on August 21, …

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Distracted Drivers Increase the Chances of Deaths and Injuries in California and U.S. Roads

Written By Christopher Dolan and Jeremy Jessup This week’s question comes from a Daly City resident who asks: I recently received a call from my son, saying he was involved in an “accident.” Luckily, he is fine. He went on to say that the other driver was looking down at their phone, not paying attention and rear-ended him. I …

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If You Are Injured as a Passenger on Public Transportation and the Defendant is a Government Entity, Here is What You Need To Know:

Written By Christopher Dolan and Cristina Garcia This week’s question comes from Anonymous in West Portal San Francisco, CA who asks: I am a frequent city bus rider who rides to work every day. While on the bus last week, I felt a sudden acceleration through the intersection followed by a strong impact on the right side of the …

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What To Do in a Case of a Collision With a Self-Driving Car

Written By Chris Dolan and Breanna K. Martinez This week’s question comes from Mark from Walnut Creek, CA, who asks: If a self-driving car were to leave the scene of an accident, how would this be handled legally? Would it be considered a hit-and-run? If so, who would be held accountable?  Dear Mark, Self-driving cars …

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Who is liable for a falling tree on a privately owned property?

Written By Christopher Dolan Last week, I addressed a question posed by a reader who asked who is responsible for damage caused by a tree branch falling from an adjacent yard and crashing through the roof of their house, narrowly missing their child. The article addressed the answer to that question with the assumption that …

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