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$425K SETTLEMENT – Motorcycle Accident Case (left-turn collision in Berkeley)

Motorcycle Accident left-turn Berkeley

​​​$425K SETTLEMENT – Motorcycle Accident Case (left-turn collision in Berkeley)​​​ A 41 year-old husband, father, and avid motorcyclist, was riding his motorcycle straight through a green light, when a minivan coming the opposite direction made a left turn, cutting him off. The minivan had made the turn suddenly and without a turn signal, therefore, our […]

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How to get compensated for not being able to use your bike after a bike or motorcycle accident

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In almost all motorcycle and bicycle accident cases I handle as a California personal injury attorney, the cyclist or motorcyclist is injured to the point that they cannot physically ride their bike for a certain period of time while their injuries heal. Even if their injuries are not that severe, their bike or motorcycle is […]

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$100K POLICY LIMITS SETTLEMENT – Motorcycle Accident Case (Left-Turn Collision) in Alameda

$100K POLICY LIMITS SETTLEMENT – Motorcycle Accident Case (Left-Turn Collision) in Alameda

$100K POLICY LIMITS SETTLEMENT – Motorcycle Accident Case (Left-Turn Collision) in Alameda A 21 year-old apprentice electrician was a hit by a car while riding his motorcycle that made a left turn in front of him. The motorcyclist was proceeding straight with the right of way in Alameda when the motorist traveling in the opposite […]

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How POV Action Cameras Can Help Prove Your Bicycle or Motorcycle Accident Case

How POV Action Cameras Can Help Prove Your Bicycle or Motorcycle Accident Case

How POV Action Cameras Can Help Prove Your Bicycle or Motorcycle Accident Case Liability is often disputed in personal injury cases, especially in bicycle and motorcycle accident cases. Each parties’ version of the facts of how the accident occurred are very different, and unless there are independent witnesses who saw the accident, it’s going to […]

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