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Takata airbag recall expands to nearly 34 million vehicles

Takata Corp has announced that it is doubling its recall of defective airbags. At nearly 34 million vehicles made by 11 auto companies, it is the largest automotive recall in the history of the United States. Quite a “feat” for a company that initially resisted issuing a recall at all. We have spread the word… read more

The Walkup firm applauds Shaun Livingston of for biking to work!

The Walkup firm applauds Shaun Livingston of the fabulous Golden State Warriors for biking to work! We will root extra hard for him to do well during the playoffs. The Walkup law firm is celebrating Bike-to-Work-Day next Thursday, May 14, by giving out 15,000 safety lights to bicyclists in San Francisco and the Peninsula and… read more

Be Seen Be Safe Bike To Work Photo Competition

In honor of Bike to Work Day 2015, we bike safety lawyers are hosting a friendly competition to identify the Brightest, Lightest Cyclist (hey, it rhymes) on our streets. The lucky winner will receive San Francisco Giants club level tickets and a parking pass for Sunday, June 14 (3rd game against the Diamondbacks). Entry is… read more

Bruce Jenner sued for wrongful death after deadly Feb. accident

Former Olympic athlete and reality TV show star Bruce Jenner has been in the news a lot lately, and not just for his recent interview on national television. In February, Jenner was involved in a car accident that resulted in the death of a woman. Now, that woman’s family has sued Jenner for wrongful death,… read more

Bay Area Good Samaritan hit by car during rescue attempt

Anyone who stops and helps a stranger in distress after a car accident is a hero in our book. Unfortunately, sometimes helping others puts your own safety at risk. Passing drivers may not get out of the way of the accident scene, and secondary crashes sometimes happen. Recently, a Good Samaritan in the East Bay… read more

Dashboard cam footage shows San Francisco hit-and-run crash

Sometimes, it seems like we are constantly being photographed while outside the house. Besides the selfies and other photographs that we purposely take and pose for, video cameras document our every move on the streets. This raises some questions about privacy, but it also documents more than ever before. Unlike most of past history, the… read more