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We understand the devastating effects that an accident can have on your life, family, and finances. Anaheim Motorcycle Accident Lawyer is here to help you cover your expenses while you recuperate from your injuries. Don't try and negotiate with the opposing party or insurance company without talking to us first, you could be jeopardizing your settlement. Our lawyers have experience fighting for clients with all types of injuries and accidents including Motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and personal injury cases.

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Out of court settlements: We will work hard to get you the maximum settlement and keep you out of court. If their Insurance Company is being unreasonable than we will be with you side by side to present your case to the trier of fact. We have an excellent track record in and out of court.

When you need top Anaheim personal injury lawyers call us. All of our attorneys have experience settling even the most complicated and difficult cases reaching a 98% settlement rate without even having to go into a lengthy trial. With many years of experience and millions collected for our clients, we are in a whole different league than other law firms

Personal Injury Most Frequently Asked Question

If I am involved in an accident, what should I do?

  1. If anyone is injured, call 911. Make sure an ambulance is on the way, call the police.
  2. Be safe. Make sure that you are safe and that all people involved are safe. Don't step out into traffic. Traffic is an extremely dangerous place.
  3. If there is a dangerous or serious situation at hand, do what you can to help or get help, e.g. a Motorcycle is burning with someone trapped inside, someone is bleeding severely, someone is laying in traffic, etc.
  4. Document what just took place. Quickly take a note of your perception of what just happened.
  5. Don't admit any liability at this time. Responsibility will be sorted out later when all of the facts are reviewed. You don't want to damage your case by making rash statements in a stressful situation.
  6. Take detailed notes. Get license plate numbers, describe vehicles and occupants, directions, locations, conditions of vehicles, make and models of vehicles, colors of vehicles, vehicle conditions. Take pictures of everything. Document time of day and the date, traffic conditions, etc.
  7. Exchange information with the other parties involved. Get all of their information including insurance info (usually a policy number and Motorcyclerier name), names, addresses, phone numbers, vehicle tag numbers, vehicle descriptions.
  8. Don't leave the scene of the accident until the police have arrived and the necessary information has been obtained. If the police are not coming then make sure you have all above information before leaving.
  9. Get witness information – names, phone numbers, statements on what they saw and where the witnesses were. Document a description of the witnesses, i.e. gender, race, age, clothing, vehicle tag, vehicle description, etc.
  10. If the police arrive, get the badge number of officer and any information on getting a copy of the police report. Take note on what agency the officer is with, i.e. county sheriff, city police dept (and what city), etc. Record info on the vehicle the officer is in.
  11. If tow trucks are involved, get all necessary information on the drivers, trucks and towing companies. Find out where they are taking the vehicles.