Category Archives: Sherman Oaks

Pedestrian Crossing

This creative story is completely fictional. However, the scenarios and emotions represented in this piece are common in the Sherman Oaks, California area, as well as the state as a whole. The story takes the reader through the emotional and physical timeline of pedestrian accidents. Reading this story will help readers identify with this, unfortunately […]

Will Autonomous Vehicles Make Roads Safer?

When it comes to quality cars, Germany has dominated for decades with its luxury brands, like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi. It is no surprise then that they are at the forefront of the race to create an autonomous vehicle that will propel us, on “Highway Pilot,” into the future. While here in our own hub […]

Does Banning Cell Phones Make Roads Safer?

Let’s face it: driving is dangerous. In an attempt to make our roads safer, many states have cracked down on the use of cell phones while driving. California State and Cell Phone California is one of those states. Ever since July 2008, the state of California has banned the use of handheld cell phones, texting […]

Lane-Splitting Remains Legal in California

If you are the owner of a motorcycle, you are most likely well aware of the controversy surrounding lane-splitting. In fact, it’s very likely that the ability to slip between cars in times of congestion is one of the reasons you got your motorcycle in the first place. In a sense, your bike allows you […]

Catch the Final Rounds of World Cup Soccer Action at On The Thirty in Sherman Oaks, CA

The world’s game kicked off last month in Brazil, with eyes around the globe all focused on the World Cup. The biggest question is, where will you be watching? As a proud Sherman Oaks, California business, we wanted to share with you an opportunity to join local soccer fans as they celebrate the World Cup […]

Delays on San Diego Freeway Construction Leads to Lawsuits

As an auto accident attorney in Sherman Oaks, California, I hear questions from drivers quite frequently about the crumpled retainer walls along the San Diego (405) Freeway widening project over the Sepulveda Pass. Many who drive the freeway daily may remember that in 2011, several brand-new vertical retaining walls crumpled, creating a bizarre and somewhat […]