Year: 2017

Driverless Car

It’s no surprise to anyone who has followed automotive news in recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) in vehicles is rapidly developing. Already, in-car sensors warn drivers of proximity to other cars and some have driving systems that can automatically apply the brakes to prevent an accident. A Toyota concept car…

Sacramento Lawyers and personal injury claims

North Bay Fires Including Tubbs Fire, Atlas Fire, Nuns Fire Thousands of people lost their homes and everything they owned when wildfires swept through Northern California neighborhoods in October. Many people escaped with only their lives. Some weren’t so lucky – more than 40 people lost their lives in the…

Dog Bite Attack California

Police officers were forced to shoot and kill two aggressive dogs running loose in Elk Grove after they reportedly attacked and injured a jogger. According to a CBS13 news report, the incident occurred along the 9400 block of Misty River Way. Police say an animal service officer responded to the…

Driverless Car Accident Sacramento

Will Driverless Cars Decrease Accidents? Cars that are entirely driverless aren’t quite here yet, but they are coming. Tech companies like Google have been using California roadways for several years now to test out self-driving cars. Driverless cars have been touted as a way to dramatically decrease crashes, particularly those…

Wrongful Death Claim California

Steve S. v. City of Sacramento, et al., Motor Vehicle Collision: Wrongful death of 9- month-old infant Record settlement of $9.75 million obtained in trial Attorney John Demas represented the parents of Raiden S., a 9-month-old baby that was killed in a motor vehicle collision involving a police officer for…