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San Jose Company Develops Solution For Sleepy Drivers
San Jose Company Develops Solution For Sleepy Drivers

NeuroSky, a San Jose technology company, may have developed a gadget that can help warn drivers who are nodding off – a tool that could save lives and prevent injury by decreasing the number of drivers who fall asleep at the wheel, causing accidents. The company, which ...

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Blog posts in August, 2011

  • San Francisco Bay Boater Loses Life In Boating Accident

    San Francisco Bay is a beautiful place, especially during the summer, but, in our experience as personal injury attorneys in San Francisco, it can ...

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  • Capitola Considers New Rules After Fatal Skateboarding Accident

    Capitola’s city council is planning to vote on new regulations to govern skateboarding in Capitola Village after a 17-year-old skateboarder plowed ...

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  • Traumatic Brain Injuries Can Have Life-altering Consequences

    Any accident in which a person’s head is injured may produce a traumatic brain injury. The most common type of traumatic brain injury is concussion, ...

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  • Bicyclist Remains Hospitalized After Crash With Car

    A twelve-year-old bicyclist who was hit by a car while riding in a San Jose neighborhood was recently transported to a San Diego hospital to be nearer ...

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  • 1 Dead, 1 Injured In San Jose Car Crash

    A recent car accident in San Jose on Interstate 880 left one person dead and another injured, according to a recent article in the San Jose ...

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  • California Dog Bite Law Holds Owners Liable For Bites

    Dog bites can be terrifying, especially for children. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 800,000 Americans ...

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  • Santa Cruz Residents Injured In Graham Hill Road Crash

    Two Santa Cruz residents were injured recently in a head-on vehicle crash on Graham Hill Road, according to a recent article in the San Jose Mercury ...

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