$100,000 California Pedestrian Accident Settlement

$100,000 Pedestrian Accident Settlement

A California woman was hit while walking through a crosswalk when a driver ran a stop sign and drove through the intersection. Luckily the woman survived, but she suffered severe injuries as a result of the California pedestrian accident—a two-part distal radius fracture and a left ulnar styloid fracture.  The radius fracture required open reduction […]

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What Evidence Is Needed to Convict a Hit and Run Driver?

What Evidence Is Needed to Convict a Hit and Run Driver?

California has the nation’s largest share of fatal hit-and-run accidents. Our state also has a hit-and-run death rate that increased by 44% over a decade. It’s frightening to consider what would happen if someone hit you, hurt you, and fled. When you’re the victim of a hit-and-run driver, you’re left reeling from the crash and […]

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$100,000 Car Accident Settlement

car accident settlement

Imagine driving down a California highway and seeing an oncoming car drift into your lane. Suddenly they hit you in a head-on collision, destroying your car and sending you to the hospital with severe injuries. That’s what happened to one of our clients at Sally Morin Personal Injury Lawyers. They contacted us shortly after the […]

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How Do I Prove Chronic Pain From an Accident?

How Do I Prove Chronic Pain From an Accident?

When you have chronic pain, it’s an invisible illness that’s difficult for other people to comprehend. You don’t “look sick” but you’re living with serious health challenges.  The CDC estimates that at least 50 million U.S. adults have chronic pain, yet it remains one of the nation’s under-diagnosed illnesses. Many people with chronic pain minimize […]

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Memory Loss and California Car Accidents

Memory Loss and California Car Accidents

While temporary memory loss after an accident can be normal, prolonged memory loss and cognitive impairments can be a sign that something more severe is going on. However, even if you think your memory loss is minor or temporary due to shock, you should still seek immediate medical attention.  Evidence that you sought medical attention […]

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