Articles Tagged with Stockton Auto Accident Lawyer

Three Feet For Safety Act

The Three Feet For Safety Act

I’m Ed Smith, a Stockton Bicycle Accident Attorney.  In an effort to address the increasing numbers of cyclist injuries and deaths, California passed the Three Feet For Safety Act in 2014. According to this law, if a cyclist can prove that a driver violated the three foot rule and caused an injury, then a jury can presume that the defendant was negligent. However, it is still of the utmost importance to retain the services of an experienced bicycle accident lawyer who can conduct a thorough investigation.

stockton ports ticket prices
I’m Ed Smith, a Stockton personal injury lawyer. Listed below is the baseball schedule for the weekend of April 22nd through 24th. Let’s all get out and enjoy America’s favorite pastime!

Stockton Ports vs. Inland Empire 66ers this Weekend

Stockton Distracted Driving Dangers

Stockton Distracted Driving Dangers

I’m Ed Smith, a Stockton auto accident attorney. While technology keeps us connected and helps people in myriads of ways, people need to stay off their smartphones and similar devices while they are driving. According to statistics from the federal government, 3,179 people lost their lives with 431,000 additional people injured in vehicular accidents across the nation in 2014 due to distracted driving.

Stockton Pedestrian Fatality

I’m Ed Smith, a Stockton Pedestrian Accident Lawyer. On the night of Saturday, December 12, 2015 a Stockton pedestrian fatality occurred. Stockton Police said that in the vicinity of Lan Ark Drive and Hammer Lane a vehicle accident happened. In the accident, a vehicle struck a pedestrian. The pedestrian succumbed to injuries sustained when struck by the automobile.

Graidsamputering

Post amputation of a limb,  the human brain may create a neuromatrix.  This neuromatrix  in the brain can  cause the person who lost their limb to experience ‘phantom limbs.’ Like the movie franchised Matrix films, the brain is only perceiving the ‘phantom limb’ and/or any  pain and sensations they believe to be coming from where their lost limb was.

 This phenomena is still not completely understood. Nonetheless, it is real and is evidenced in hundreds of thousands of amputees.