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San Francisco Home to the Most Dangerous Drivers in California

A study released earlier this month found that San Francisco has the most dangerous drivers in California.

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California Enacts Bicyclist Protection Law

California has enacted as law Assembly Bill 1371 titled “Three Feet For Safety” to protect bicyclists on California roads and highways. The new law requires drivers to allow three feet of clearance when passing a bicyclist, which goes further than existing law which required clearance of an undefined “safe distance.”

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Superior legal services to injury victims for over 30 years
One of the foremost San Francisco Bay Area personal injury firms, Meisel, Krentsa & Burneikis has an unyielding dedication to obtain maximum compensation for our clients who have been injured or lost a loved one due to the fault of another. For more than 30 years the Firm has combined extensive legal experience, knowledge and superior service to serve the interests of our clients. We carefully and completely prepare each case, building the case with investigation, legal discovery, retention of experts and strategic positioning based on years of experience. The Firm has an exemplary record of success with many million dollar and multi-million dollar results. Our work has been recognized by our clients and the legal community has bestowed awards and distinctions to our attorneys.

9 year old girl falls out of hotel window obtains confidential case settlement

Our client sustained a broken leg after she fell from a third story hotel room window that was open and seemingly protected by a screen.

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Products liability case against car manufacturer ends with 1.5 million dollar settlement

72 year old man sustained a spinal injury in a single car spin out where vehicle air bag fails to deploy.

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Injured Alaskan Fisherman Receives $641,000.00 Settlement from Accident on Fishing Vessel

Mr. Selhorst was working on an Alaskan Fishing Vessel. The Vessel encountered rough seas causing Robert to fall  into an unsecured plastic garbage bag. As Robert put his hand and arm out to break his fall, his hand struck the plastic bag and was pierced by glass that had been disposed in the garbage bag. This caused a deep laceration and a severed nerve complicated by development of carpal tunnel syndrome.

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