Thursday, March 20, 2008
Motorcycle accident attorneys in Los Angeles report that yesterday park rangers a motorcyclist who has been identified as Lucas Stelziede who was jumping his motorcycle at Oceano Dunes when he struck a large sand dune that caused the motorcycle to go airborne approximately sixty-five feet.
The accident occurred at about 3:30 Monday afternoon and Stelziede was transported to French Hospital located in San Luis Obispo where he died from internal personal injuries.
It is not believed at this time that Stelziede had consumed any alcohol and the accident occurred due to excessive speed.
This is the third such accident at Oceano Dunes this year and this accident is still under investigation according to statements from the supervising Ranger Robert Tolin. He also said that these jumps as well as other stunts are being done that is seen on popular Internet sites.
In Orange County there are experienced Orange County motorcycle accident attorneys who are waiting to assist motorcyclists and their families and can be reached at Address 633 W. Fifth St., 28th Fl. Los Angeles, CA 90071; 1875 Century Park East Suite 700 Los Angeles, CA 90067; 14003 Palawan Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292; 620 Newport Center Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660. Phone 888-400-9721.
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
According to reports with the St. Patrick’s Day festivities in full swing with the holiday on Monday that includes drinking green beer for many people.
The California Highway Patrol also has made plans and those are to be on the roads.
This plan also will include extra officer and all the officers on the highways and freeways will be on the lookout for impaired drivers in California.
In reports during the St. Patrick’s Day weekend of 2007 there were DUI accidents that ended with 16 fatalities and 304 people injured.
According to reports this year the California Highway Patrol have name this St. Patrick’s Day AVOID, this program is urging residents in the Bay Area to avoid driving if they have taken part in the festivities of drinking green beer or Irish whiskey. California Highway Patrol Commissioner Joe Farrow relayed in a statement that people who will be drinking should have someone with them to drive who will not be drinking, use public transportation or spend the night where the event is taking place. He went on to say they are attempting to save lives and not the amount of arrests the California Highway Patrol will arrest during St. Patrick’s Day.
If you are involved in a DUI accident and need a Los Angeles DUI attorney the most experienced Orange County attorneys can be reached at 888-400-9721.
Monday, March 10, 2008
Los Angeles DUI attorneys report into the charges that have been filed against Baron Hilton for his arrest earlier in the year according to People Magazine and other sources including Los Angeles DUI Attorneys a court date has been set for April 14.
The charges included from his February 12th arrest are a DUI, which is at the misdemeanor level, meaning a .08 blood alcohol level or higher in the state of California. Other alleged charges are driving without a license and unlawful use of a driver’s license, in this last offense it is a felony charge in the state of California.
According to reports in a statement by an L.A. County Sheriffs spokesman, Steve Whitmore when given a field sobriety test Hilton failed, he also had an alleged blood alcohol level of .14.
While the DUI law states that .08 is over the legal limit, this does not apply in cases where the driver is under the age of 21, the legal drinking age in California.
It has been reported in People magazine that with these current charges Hilton could face as long as six months behind bars for each count against him.
When facing a DUI charge there are Los Angeles DUI Lawyers waiting to review to case at 888-400-9721.
Saturday, March 8, 2008
There have been reports of an accident by Ehline Law Firm PC Los Angeles www.ehlinelaw.com, that occurred on Highway 178 according to the California Highway Patrol, which resulted in a vehicle rollover.
The accident happened at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday evening when a driver lost control of the vehicle they were driving in an eastbound lane of highway 178, which caused the vehicle to rollover several times and then the engine of the vehicle caught fire.
According to reports witnesses at the scene of the accident stated that the couple was seen having an argument as they got out of the vehicle. The California Highway Patrol said there were no apparent injuries sustained during the accident and that both of the people from the vehicle were detained as they were suspected to be under the influence.
The identities of the accident victims have not been reported as well as the model of the vehicle that was involved in the accident. Whether it was caused by argument remains to be seen. If you have information, or were injured in an accident like this, call 888-400-9721.
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
There were reports by Monday of a police chase according to reports and the California Highway Patrol that ended in a crash.
The chase began in the Orange County vicinity when a California Highway Patrol Officer observed a BMW that was driving in a reckless manner in Irvine. The officer attempted to pull the vehicle over, however the male driver ignored the officers attempt to stop him. The male driver of the BMW while being chased by the California Highway Patrol the driver of the BMW reached speeds as high as 120 mph, according to reports.
The chase ended in Carlsbad when the driver of the BMW struck a Saturn in the vicinity of Las Flores Drive on Interstate 5 and then crashing into the center divider of the highway.
The woman driving the Saturn sustained minor injuries, there are no reports of her identity or if she was transported from the scene of the accident to a hospital.
After using force to retrieve the driver of the BMW was reported to be a 22 year old male and he now faces felony charges for not stopping for the police officer as well as charges for the accident he was involved in with the Saturn.
According to reports there was also a 17-year-old female passenger seated in the BMW who was forced from the vehicle along with the 22-year-old male driver. When you need an Orange County auto accident attorney, call 888-400-9721,