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Claude Wyle

San Francisco Bicycle Accident Attorney Announces National Bike Month for May

National Bike Month is May and is a great time to refocus on your commuting costs, health and sense of community. Getting on your bicycle more, especially this month, can be a great way to set a…

Claude Wyle

San Francisco Bicycle Accident Attorney Discussing Golden Gate Bridge Speed Limit for Bicycles

The proposal to lower the speed limit on the Golden Gate Bridge for all bicycles to 10 mph has sparked some controvery with cyclists. The plan is intended to reduce bike-related collisions since…

Claude Wyle

Pit Bull Attack May Result in Criminal Charges

The Santa Cruz County Animal Services Authority is looking into filing charges against the owner of a pit bull that attacked a woman in Watsonville on New Year’s Day.

The 64-year-old woman…

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Claude Wyle of San Francisco firm Choulos Choulos & Wyle receives “Superb” rating

Claude Wyle of San Francisco firm Choulos Choulos & Wyle receives “Superb” rating

San Francisco, CA–Claude Armand Wyle, a partner with the law firm Choulos Choulos &…

Claude Wyle

Medicare’s Harsh Collection Practices Hurt Elderly Personal Injury Survivors?

At a time when many are questioning the very future of Medicare—financial support for the program is under attack, coverage is shrinking, the number of beneficiaries is climbing…

Claude Wyle

Lounge Chairs Recalled due to Risk of Severe Injury

The Rockingham Deluxe Lounge Chair has been recalled by its manufacturer, Bond Manufacturing Company. This voluntary recall occurred after the company received notice of consumers experiencing severe injuries to their shoulders, back, neck and head. Owners of this chair may call the consumer help-line at (866) 771-2663 for a full refund. Anyone using this chair should immediately discontinue…

Claude Wyle

"Sarge" Toy Car Poses Lead Poisoning Risk

Today’s toy box seems to pose a greater risk to children of lead poisoning that old, lead-based paint, ever did. Mattel announced earlier this week that the “Sarge” die cast toy cars, imported from China, may contain excessive lead levels. Parents should frequently consult the US Consumer Product Safety Commission to keep their children’s toy box non-toxic. For more information on this…

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Another chance for DVT victims?

Judge Vaughn Walker of the Northern District Court in San Francisco recently issued an opinion which essentially dismisses the majority of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) cases before him. The matter was originally raised by the various airline defendants at a hearing for summary judgment. The motions were heard on December 8, 2005 but it was not until August 18, 2006 that Judge Walker issued the…

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Three Presumed Dead in Small Plane Crash

A single-engine turboprop plane crashed in Utah Lake Thursday while on its final approach to Provo Municipal Airport. Only about 25 percent of the plane had been recovered from the debris field, and none of the three passengers on the plane had been rescued or recovered.According to Salt Lake City’s KUTV.com:Teams have used a grid-approach to search the lake, working outward from the area…

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Government Liable for Teen's Paralysis?

Tampa governmental liability lawyer, and fellow InjuryBoard blogger, Bob Carroll, brings my attention to the story of Minouche Noel, a Florida teen who was the victim of medical malpractice at the hands of a state-employed doctor. The doctor performed an unnecessary surgery on a lesion on her back, and the lesion led to a spinal infection which resulted in paralysis. Unfortunately, Florida’s…