- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Personal Injuries
The case of a high-speed, head-on motor vehicle collision in Lassen County was settled this year for $1.5 million.
Our client, a 54-year-old church youth counselor, sustained severe fractures to her leg and ankle during the drunk driving accident. Multiple surgeries were required to repair the bones with hardware. She was unable to walk or move naturally for some time and continues to have functional limitations as a result of the accident.
The collision occurred when the intoxicated driver of a 2008 Lexus crossed over a highway center divider, impacting the victim’s vehicle head-on. Our personal injury attorneys were able to prove the residual nature of the injuries and focus on the horrific conduct of the defendant drunk driver.
If it can be proven that your injuries were the result of a drunk driver’s negligence, the driver’s insurance company will be required to compensate you for damages in an amount up to the policy limit. Actual personal injury case settlements are determined by several variables, such as:
As shocking as it may seem, insurance companies and their adjusters will try to avoid accepting liability even in a drunk driving case. They will do their best to blame your injuries on pre-existing medical conditions, prior accident injuries, or degenerative changes in order to minimize your settlement. An experienced car accident lawyer will make sure you get the full compensation you deserve.
While local stay-at-home orders were fully in place and freeways were seeing a significant reduction in traffic, state officials were taking advantage of the situation by ramping up their roadwork projects. Road workers were able to work during the daylight hours instead of at nighttime, and were enjoying being able to close down long stretches […]
Delivery truck accidents, like a FedEx truck accident, can be very complicated as there are usually many different companies and people involved and accountable for the incident. Unfortunately, delivery truck drivers often have a great deal of pressure on them to deliver their packages quickly, which can lead to speeding, reckless driving, and dangerous situations. […]
With the state-wide stay-at-home order in full effect, our state freeway traffic is reduced significantly. The problem is that many of those who remain on the road are violating California basic speed law. In fact, according to the LA Times, the California Highway Patrol has reported an increase of over 87% in citations for motorists […]