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Blog Posts in May, 2011

  • Fireman Killed in Motorcycle Accident

    || 19-May-2011

    Client’s husband, a fireman, was riding his motorcycle on his way home from the station when a pick up truck operated by an inexperienced driver turned left directly in front of him. Unfortunately, the motorcycle operator died from the injuries he sustained in the accident. To make this young recently married woman’s life worse, the insurance company blamed her husband for not having ...
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  • Low Speed Highway Accident Results In Premature Birth

    || 18-May-2011

    In May 2009, a straightforward rear-end accident turned into near tragedy for an East Bay couple. Husband and wife were slowing for traffic on I-880 in Oakland when the driver of the car behind them sneezed, and in that moment, changed their lives. The couple ended up smashed between two cars; property damage was moderate, and the wife was taken to a nearby hospital as a precaution only because ...
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  • A young hardworking mason was injured in what appeared to be a minimal impact, rear-end car accident. He did not go to the emergency room and waited three weeks to see a doctor. When he returned to the hard labor of being a mason, he found he could no longer do his job and was let go. He eventually required back surgery nearly two years after the accident. The other driver’s insurance ...
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  • Clovis Man Injured in Yosemite National Park

    || 13-May-2011

    A Clovis resident had just arrived at Yosemite National Park for a day of recreational hiking when suddenly and unexpectedly his vacation was turned upside down when the driver of a car lost control of his vehicle striking several other parked vehicles. One of those parked vehicles was pushed into the Clovis resident, throwing him into the air and down an embankment. Other persons were also ...
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  • Uncooperative Defendant Not An Obstacle for The Dunnion Law Firm

    || 12-May-2011

    A San Jose resident was traveling through San Luis Obispo on vacation when she stopped at a gas station to get snacks. She attempted to throw some trash into the trash can placed near the parking spaces in a planter area and when she turned to leave the planter area, she tripped on the uneven surface within the planter area and sustained a displaced fracture of her forearm. At first, the gas ...
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  • LAWSUITS BITE: IRRESPONSIBLE DOG OWNERS ENDANGER OTHERS-AND THEIR ASSETS

    || 11-May-2011

    Dog bites accounted for more than one-third of all homeowners insurance liability claims paid out in 2010, costing nearly $413 million, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.). An analysis of homeowners insurance data by the I.I.I. found that the average cost of dog bite claims was $26,166 in 2010, up 5.3 percent from $24,840 in 2009. In fact, from 2003 to 2010, the cost of these ...
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  • Pedestrian Struck At Great Mall

    || 9-May-2011

    The client, a 54 year old African American, was shopping at The Great Mall when she stepped from the curb and was struck by defendant. The insurance carrier refused to compensate her for any injury. Frustrated she called the Dunnion Law Firm who proved to the insurance carrier that while the client was comparatively negligent, the defendant was also negligent and therefore, the value of the claim ...
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  • A 33 year old Merced woman, on her way to the store, stepped off the curb into the crosswalk and was struck by a car with such force that it threw her onto the hood, into the windshield and then onto the pavement. An ambulance took her to Mercy Medical Center, where she was diagnosed as suffering from multiple injuries, including a dislocated left shoulder. Unfortunately, the hit and run driver ...
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