Articles Tagged with Modesto Auto Accident Attorney

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Train Kills Pedestrian

I’m Ed Smith, a personal injury attorney in Modesto. An Amtrak train struck a 27-year-old man in the vicinity of Hughson on the afternoon of Wednesday, October 19, 2016. Unfortunately, the man passed away due to the severe nature of his injuries.

Car Crashes Into Modesto Bee Office

Car Crashes Into Modesto Bee Office

Hi, I’m Ed Smith, a Modesto Auto Accident Attorney. In the early hours of Sunday morning, a car carrying at least two passengers crashed into the Modesto Bee newspaper office in downtown Modesto, shattering multiple glass panels and the front doors. Crews were seen making repairs to the office Sunday afternoon.

Tuolumne River Rescue

Tuolumne River Rescue

I’m Ed Smith, a Modesto Personal Injury Attorney. Many people enjoy spending time at the river in the warm summer months. The water is beautiful to look at and refreshing when the sun is hot. In the fall and winter months, the river water cools even more and turns dangerous, as flow levels tend to increase. One man is thankful to be alive after falling into the Tuolumne River on Saturday October 15, 2016.

Missing Hikers Found

Missing Hikers Found

I’m Ed Smith, a Modesto personal injury lawyer. The three missing hikers who were two days late in returning from a hiking trip over the weekend in Emigrant Wilderness have been located in Tuolumne County, according to officials. The hikers were found near Sheep Camp.

Injured Passenger

Injured Passenger

I’m Ed Smith, a Modesto auto accident attorney. If you are a passenger involved in an auto accident, you may have the right to bring a claim or personal injury lawsuit against the motorist who crashed into you, or the person driving the car you were in, or both. Anyone who by their inattentiveness or carelessness causes you to be hurt is responsible for your injuries and can be held responsible.

Teen Crash Statistics

Teen Crash Statistics

I’m Ed Smith, a Modesto car accident lawyer. In a recent post we encouraged motorists not to Snapchat and Drive because of the devastating injuries and fatalities we encounter in our law practice due to distracted driving collisions. Let me tell you, nothing is quite as sobering as the words of regret and sorrow coming from a person who has suffered serious bodily injury while using their cellphone while driving. Now imagine that same person learning they are responsible for the wrongful death of their passenger or another motorist on the roadway.