Shaana A. Rahman

Shaana A. Rahman

Bio as of June 2017:

Shaana A. Rahman is the owner and founder of Rahman Law PC. Ms. Rahman is an accomplished and experienced civil trial attorney, and represents people with personal injury and wrongful death cases. As a cyclist and an active member of the Bay Area and Central Coast bicycle communities, Ms. Rahman devotes a large part of her practice to representing injured cyclists. Ms. Rahman  has been recognized as a Super Lawyer for Northern California, a Top 40 Under 40 attorney,  a Top 100 Trial Lawyer, and as a Preeminent Woman Lawyer by Martindale Hubbell.  Ms. Rahman has authored many legal articles on the subject of personal injury litigation and trial practice and frequently speaks on the topic of bicycle safety. Rahman Law PC has offices in San Francisco and Paso Robles.  She can be reached at www.rahmanlawsf.com or by phone 415-956-9245 (SF) 805-619-3108 (Central Coast).

Articles written by this author:

Establishing school district liability in student on student assaults

Who is liable for protection of children while they are at school? A look at negligent supervision on school campuses

Shaana A. Rahman

2010 October


Bike law 101: Four tips for representing cyclists

The growing numbers of urban cyclists create focus on the laws affecting cyclist versus motorist collisions

Shaana A. Rahman

2011 May


Wanted: Women trial lawyers

While women are well represented in law schools, the disparity in the numbers of men and women trial lawyers continues

Shaana A. Rahman

2013 February


Diversity: Making it more than just a buzzword

A plan for increasing diversity and the motivation for taking action

Shaana A. Rahman

2015 November


Speed kills

The road to stopping pedestrian fatalities begins with the speed limit

Shaana A. Rahman

2016 July


Bike bias in jury selection and using challenge for cause

In trial, driver attitudes towards cyclists can be a barrier to justice

Shaana A. Rahman

2017 January


Sidewalks

Sidewalks

The often neglected people movers that injure pedestrians, often from defects the defense calls trivial

Shaana A. Rahman

2017 July