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The following articles include News and Blog Posts with relevance to Personal Injury as well as to our firm.

Meisel Law Group wins 9-million-dollar verdict for injured pedestrian

A car driven by George Chang backed up onto the sidewalk on Irving Street in San Francisco, striking L.K., a 72-year old man who was out shopping with his wife. The impact caused brain injury that left the man disabled and dependent on… read more


Meisel Law Group wins award of 35 million dollars in tree branch failure case

On September 26, 2020, a large tree branch failed in a public park in Burlingame, California. One person was killed, and another severely injured, when the three-thousand-pound branch fell from a tree while a group was having a picnic… read more


Why Asiana Airlines passengers need lawyers and why they should not have to pay normal fees

One thing we know for sure:  The crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was not the fault of any of the passengers.  In obtaining a ticket, each passenger was receiving the right to be transported safely from one point on the planet to… read more


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… read more


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. 

The study focused on cities in California with populations over 100,000.  Of the 59 cities that fall into this category… read more


Uninsured Personal Injury Claimant’s Afforded Benefits Under The ACA and California Law

As of December 31, 2014, under the Affordable Care Act Section 501(r) of the Internal Revenue Code, nonprofit hospitals have a social obligation to provide community benefits in exchange for favorable tax treatment. The purpose of many… read more