Proving Negligence In A Commercial Truck Accident Case

The aftermath of a commercial truck accident can be frightening, overwhelming, and confusing. You should not be concerned with gathering evidence and proving negligence to recover compensation for your injuries. You need to focus on your recovery and your family while our Fresno truck accident attorney and our legal team work on your behalf to prove your claims. Proving liability in a truck accident case is much more complicated than proving liability in an accident involving two passenger vehicles. We need to perform a thorough truck accident investigation. Because there is evidence available in a truck accident case that is not available in other motor vehicle accident cases, you want an attorney who understands these types of traffic accident claims to handle your case. Our Fresno truck accident attorneys have extensive experience handling truck accident claims.

Why Does My Insurance Company Tell Me Not To Say “I Am Sorry” After A Car Accident?

We are taught from a very early age to say “I’m sorry” when we accidentally do something to injury another person. We are also taught to say “I’m sorry” when we do something “wrong.”  Offering an apology comes as second nature for many of us; however, saying “I’m sorry” after a car accident can hurt

Pedestrian Accident – If A Pedestrian Walked Out In Front Of A Car, Is The Driver Still Responsible?

A pedestrian was critically injured in Fresno, CA near Olive Avenue and First Street in a pedestrian accident when he apparently walked out in front of a car driven by a 64-year old woman. According to reports, the driver of the vehicle and witnesses at the scene of the accident said the pedestrian attempted to

April 22nd, 2016|Injury Lawyer, Pedestrian Accident, Personal Injury|

If I Was Not Wearing a Seat Belt Can I Still Get Paid in a Car Accident?

Seat belts save thousands of lives each year and prevent serious injuries in motor vehicle accidents. Because studies have shown that wearing a seat belt reduces the risk of fatality and injury in a car accident, only one state has failed to enact a primary or secondary seat belt law for adults (New Hampshire). California