Category Archives: Personal Injury Attorneys

Danay Gonzalez Answers Commonly Asked Questions About Being a Lawyer

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Danay Gonzalez, attorney at Rodriguez & Associates, answers a few commonly asked questions people have for her about being a personal injury lawyer.

What made you become a lawyer?

I wanted to be a voice for my community and make a difference.

How did you become a lawyer?

After high school, I attended UCLA, where I earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. I went on to attend and graduate from Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law. I was fortunate enough to pass the July 2017 Bar Exam on my first try.

Is being a lawyer hard?

Absolutely the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but so rewarding!

Watch California personal injury lawyer, Danay Gonzalez answer these questions in her TikTok video:

Danay grew up in Kern County, CA, and knew she wanted to help others by becoming a personal injury lawyer after seeing how Daniel Rodriguez, founder and senior partner at Rodriguez & Associates and successful member of the Hispanic community, advocated for her friends and neighbors.

Danay, along with Daniel Rodriguez and partner Chantal Trujillo, obtained the highest personal injury verdict in Kern County history of $70,578,289 for a truck vs SUV case.

Danay is passionate about fighting for people’s rights and helping them find their own voice.

CONTACT OUR BAKERSFIELD PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS

Rodriguez & Associates is conveniently located in downtown Bakersfield, CA. We are available for weekend and evening appointments, charge no fee for consultations, and speak both English and Spanish. To contact us, please call 661-323-1400 or 800-585-9262 Toll-Free.

Posted by Lorrie Ross at 9:11 pm

Trucks vs. Cars: Are All Vehicle Crashes the Same?

Thursday, December 2, 2021

Every car crash has its own unique set of circumstances that individuals, law enforcement, and insurance companies must handle, but when a crash involves a commercial truck (also referred to as a semi-truck or tractor-trailer) additional layers of trucking law, regulations, insurance policies, and negligence come into play. Handling a lawsuit that involves a commercial trucking accident requires representation with knowledge and experience of these factors.

Determining Liability

Typically, in a car crash, there is one person who is determined to be at fault. Due to the nature of the trucking industry, multiple parties, including or excluding the driver of the truck, can be held responsible for damages. Depending on the specifics of an accident, the truck driver, the truck manufacturer, the trucking company, and even more players may hold some or all of the responsibility for the incident. Because of these layers of involvement, determining liability in a commercial truck accident can be a logistical nightmare that requires deep knowledge of trucking laws to sort out who is at fault.

More Serious Personal Injury

The weight of the average American car will range between 2,000 to 4,000 pounds, whereas a commercial truck can range from 10,000 to 80,000 pounds. Trucks also have significant physical dimensions that require longer stopping distances, wider turn radiuses, and larger blind spots.

In an accident involving any two vehicles, the physical size and proportions affect the force inflicted. A crash involving two cars will potentially cause far less damage than a car that is struck by a vehicle 20 times its size. It is for this reason that accidents involving commercial trucks typically cause greater physical injury, more fatalities, and more totaled cars. Read more about trucking accident statistics here.

Trucking Insurance Policies

A commercial truck accident case can be worth a huge amount in court because the trucking industry requires massive insurance policies. Trucking insurance providers will aggressively defend their clients to avoid liability. A rise in truck accidents has influenced increases in insurance policies for trucking companies with more at stake in a lawsuit. Bakersfield Truck Accident Attorneys of Rodriguez and Associates has the expertise to handle all situations that arise in court.

Investigating Truck Accidents

Due to the many complexities of a truck crash, investigations are extensive and can require many months of research in addition to knowledge of federal and state trucking regulations. Familiarity with different types of evidence required throughout an investigation is imperative. Examples of evidence include:

  • Accident reports
  • Electronic logs
  • Photos and witness statements
  • Evidence requested in a spoliation letter

Trucking accident attorneys of Rodriguez & Associates have handled hundreds of truck accidents. Founder and senior attorney Daniel Rodriguez, along with attorneys Chantal Trujillo and Danay Gonzalez, obtained the highest personal injury verdict in Kern County history of $70,578,289 for a truck vs SUV case. We are familiar with truck accidents’ engineering, truckers’ fatigue, and other issues that lead to catastrophic accidents.

If you – or someone you love – have been a victim of a truck accident, contact us today. Call us at (661) 323-1400 for a free consultation to discuss your case and legal options.

Posted by Lorrie Ross at 4:41 pm

Common Mistakes People Make After Being In a Motor Vehicle Accident

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

We understand how a serious injury or losing a loved one in a car crash can and will impact your life. It’s very common to be shaken up after a motor vehicle accident, but it’s very important to remember these key steps so we can help your case to the best of our ability.

  • Get a police report.
  • Take pictures of the scene, injuries, and/or vehicles.
  • Get witness contact information.
  • Don’t tell the police/ambulance that “you’re fine”, it will go in the report.
  • Make sure to seek medical attention within 3 days.
  • Don’t give a statement to your insurance company without having a lawyer.

Watch personal injury attorney, Danay Gonzalez explain these steps in her educational TikTok video:
We understand just how stressful it can be to experience a significant motor vehicle accident in Bakersfield, CA. Our trusted personal injury attorneys at Rodriguez & Associates have handled hundreds of motor vehicle accident cases. We will review every aspect of your claim, and discover the party responsible for your situation.

Whether your car was struck by a drunk driver or you were involved in a collision while riding your bicycle, a crash can cause emotional trauma, property damage, and permanent injuries. Our team diligently fights to maximize your settlement and protect your best interests.

CONTACT OUR BAKERSFIELD MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS

Rodriguez & Associates is conveniently located in downtown Bakersfield. We are available for weekend and evening appointments, charge no fee for consultations, and speak both English and Spanish. To contact us, please call 661-323-1400 or 800-585-9262 Toll-Free.

Posted by Lorrie Ross at 10:25 pm

Pros and Cons of Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

After an unexpected accident, you may ask yourself if you should retain a Bakersfield personal injury attorney. Hiring a lawyer can deliver significant advantages to your case, but in some situations, you may wonder if it is worth the cost. To identify whether you should hire a personal injury attorney, it is important to understand the pros and cons of retaining legal representation.

Cons of Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney

Generally, there is only one disadvantage to hiring a personal injury lawyer: the perceived cost of legal services. After a recent injury, you can face significant financial hardship due to medical bills, lost wages, and other costs. Some lawyers charge hourly fees that can be very expensive, making it difficult to afford proper representation. 

However, many firms operate on a contingency fee basis. Under this type of arrangement, you will only pay legal fees if the attorney secures a settlement on your behalf. To limit your out-of-pocket costs, your attorney will take an agreed-upon percentage as payment. 

Advantages of Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

The benefits of hiring a personal injury lawyer far outweigh the potential disadvantages. Personal injury lawyers have strong knowledge of your case area and the processes that you will need to follow to recover compensation. By hiring a lawyer to represent your case, you gain access to valuable skills, resources, and experience that you can leverage to prove your claim.

A Lawyer Can Fully Investigate Your Case

After a recent injury, you may not have the time, energy, or resources to investigate your accident. However, an investigation is necessary to identify the at-fault party and gather enough evidence to prove his or her liability. In these situations, your personal injury lawyer can help.

A California personal injury attorney can leverage the full power of his or her firm’s resources to investigate your claim. Your lawyer could consult with expert witnesses, like medical professionals and accident reconstruction specialists, who can testify on your behalf. 

An Attorney Can Negotiate on Your Behalf

Many personal injury claims involve negotiation, whether it occurs during an insurance claim or before a lawsuit heads to trial. Navigating a negotiation can be extremely stressful without experience or the right skill set.

Your attorney will have significant experience negotiating with insurance representatives and defense attorneys. He or she will be able to advocate aggressively for your best interests and fight against proposals that harm your recovery.

A Lawyer Can Help You Calculate Damages

In a personal injury claim, you can recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. However, you may not know the full extent of the compensation that you qualify for. A personal injury lawyer can identify all possible avenues to compensation and accurately calculate your settlement, helping you avoid an insufficient settlement.

What to Do After an Unexpected Accident

If you are involved in an unexpected Bakersfield car accident, it is important to remain calm and seek help as soon as possible. Call 911 if necessary and file a police or incident report. Seek emergency medical attention and save all records related to your injuries. 

While a lawyer may not be necessary in all situations, you still want to protect your best interests following your accident. After receiving treatment for your injuries, contact a California personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss your legal options. Your lawyer will evaluate your claim and help you identify your optimal path to maximum compensation.

Posted by highrank at 6:46 pm

What Is NOT Included in Attorney-Client Privilege?

Thursday, September 30, 2021

If you plan on hiring legal representation, you have probably heard of the term attorney-client privilege. The attorney-client relationship is a sensitive one, and attorneys have an obligation to keep their communications with clients private and confidential. A lawyer cannot openly share or be forced to share information about his or her client, but there are certain exceptions to the rule. If crime or fraud was involved in a client’s communications with a lawyer, for example, attorney-client privilege no longer applies. 

Understanding Attorney-Client Privilege

Attorney-client privilege protects communications between lawyers and people who seek legal representation. This rule allows clients to share information without hesitation so that their attorneys can provide the most effective representation possible. Attorney-client privilege typically applies whenever an existing or potential client consults a lawyer who is acting in their professional capacity for legal advice, and the client reasonably expects the lawyer to keep their communications private.

Clients can choose to waive or forfeit this privilege at any time, but an attorney cannot. Attorney-client privilege can last long after the lawyer stops representing the client, and even after the client passes away. Potential clients who never hire an attorney are also protected.

In simple terms, an attorney can never share confidential information about any past, present, or potential client without his or her permission. However, there are some exceptions.

The Crime-Fraud Exception to Attorney-Client Privilege

When consulting with a lawyer, a client may choose to disclose information about past crimes or previous wrongful acts. These communications are protected by attorney-client privilege, and the lawyer will likely be unable to disclose this information. If the client communicates with an attorney with the purpose of committing a crime or fraud, the attorney-client privilege rule no longer applies. 

The crime-fraud exception applies if the following conditions are met.

  • The client was in the process of committing or intended to commit a crime or act of fraud.
  • The client communicated with his or her attorney to either cover up the crime or fraud, or to further his or her mission.

For example, say that a client seeks an attorney’s advice after a car accident. The client admits to the lawyer that he or she caused the accident but wants advice on how to manipulate evidence so that another driver looks to be at fault. In this situation, the client intends on defrauding an insurance company and the attorney is not obligated to keep his or her communications private. If the potential client was later arrested, the lawyer could be subpoenaed and required to testify against him or her. 

Confidentiality Exceptions for Imminent Harm

Under California law, if a client tells his or her attorney that he or she plans on committing a crime that that may lead to death or serious injury, an attorney is required to disclose it. Before disclosing this information, the lawyer must make a good faith effort to stop the client from committing the act and inform the client of his or her obligation to report.

For example, say that a lawyer receives a call from a client who says that he intends to kill the person who is filing a lawsuit against him or her. The attorney will be obligated to call the police and report the threat to the police. 

If you are facing any type of legal process, it is important to have an attorney on your side. As soon as possible following the initial incident, speak to a lawyer to discuss your legal strategy.

Posted by highrank at 4:54 pm

What Causes Poor Road Conditions?

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

When we think of traffic accidents and collisions, we tend to think that the situation must have been caused by a driver that was reckless, distracted, or under the influence. However, unsafe roadway conditions are an underlying contributor to a number of accidents across the country. A poorly designed, ill-maintained, or naturally hazardous roadway can pose significant risks to even the most careful driver. In this article, we’re going to discuss some of potential hazards that can lead to unsafe road conditions.

  1. Ill-Maintained Roads: If a road is not actively monitored and maintained by qualified professionals, it may deteriorate to the point that it becomes an active hazard for drivers using it. A poorly maintained road can result in a number of problems, including potholes and cracks in the blacktop. In some instances, a driver that hits an unexpected pothole may lose control of their car. This can cause the vehicle to veer into another lane or oncoming traffic. The car can also blow a tire or break an axle, resulting in a major collision.
  2. Defective or Confusing Roadways: In other cases, a highway may be unusually dangerous due to an improperly maintained center barrier. When properly installed and maintained, a center barrier reduces the risk of drivers entering the opposing lanes of traffic. They are designed to redirect vehicles on impact, lessening the impact of a collision and protecting drivers on the opposite side of the road. If not kept in good collision, the barrier may fail and lead to a significant crash. Roads with hard-to-see lines or a lack of proper signage can also cause problems for drivers. Particularly on difficult or unfamiliar roadways, a lack of proper direction can lead to a collision.
  3. Poorly Designed Roads: Some roads are dangerous due to intrinsic design flaws or oversights. Poor design can take a number of different forms, including: sudden or sharp curves with low visibility, blind corners, poorly lit roads, overly crowded roadways, inefficient merges that cause bottlenecks, ineffective drainage systems, a lack of shoulders for emergency stops, and obstructions such as trees or utility poles. If a roadway has a history of significant dangers and accidents, there may be an underlying factor in its design that contributes to such issues.
  4. Unorganized Construction Zones: From time to time, it’s vital to repair, expand, or reconstruct sections of roadway. However, if a construction zone is poorly marked or traffic is directed in a confusing or inefficient manner, drivers can be at additional risk of an accident. Misleading signs and unpredictable changes to the roadway can substantially increase the chances of a crash. Additionally, construction vehicles can pose an unfamiliar risk to many drivers. Large trucks, bulldozers, excavators, and other heavy-duty vehicles may be present on or near the roadway in a construction zone.

Contact Rodriguez & Associates for Collisions Caused by Dangerous Roads

It can be challenging to prove that your collision was caused or influenced by a poorly maintained road. The skilled Bakersfield dangerous road lawyers at Rodriguez & Associates evaluate your accident to help determine whether:

  • A public agency controlled or owner the road the accident occurred on
  • The road involved was dangerous at the time of the accident
  • A dangerous roadway condition directly influenced the collision
  • The crash occurred in such a way that the public entity could have reasonably expected given the dangerous condition
  • The dangerous roadway came about because of the public entity’s failure to mediate the risk to drivers

We’re prepared to support you through the legal process and provide the justice you and your loved ones deserve.

Posted by highrank at 3:10 pm

What Are Soft-Tissue Injuries?

Friday, August 20, 2021

The soft tissues in the body, such as the muscles, ligaments, skin, and tendons, can sustain serious trauma during an accident. Soft tissue injuries can result in severe pain, swelling, bruising, and other physical symptoms. If you sustained a soft tissue injury due to another person’s negligence, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Our Bakersfield catastrophic injury attorneys can help you explore your legal options in greater detail if you’ve suffered a soft tissue injury.

Types of Soft Tissue Injuries

There are two main types of soft tissue injuries: acute traumatic injuries and overuse injuries. Acute traumatic injuries come on suddenly and often occur due to an accident, such as a motor vehicle collision or a slip and fall. Overuse injuries occur slowly and develop over time.

Specific types of soft tissue injuries include the following.

  • Open soft tissue injuries: Lacerations, avulsions, and abrasions are acute traumatic injuries that involve open wounds. These injuries often result in a loss of blood and may leave permanent scars. Open soft tissue injuries can be very painful and require lengthy recovery times.
  • Contusions: This type of soft tissue injury does not involve open wounds but does occur due to acute trauma. Blunt force usually causes a contusion, leading to pain, swelling, discoloration, and bleeding under the skin at the injury site.
  • Sprains: A sprain occurs when a ligament is partially torn, usually in the knees, ankles, and wrists. This type of soft tissue injury also occurs due to acute trauma and may take weeks to heal.
  • Strains: This injury often occurs due to overuse, force, or stretching. Strains typically involve the muscles or the tendons and can severely limit mobility during the recovery period.
  • Tendonitis: This overuse injury occurs when the tendons, bands of tissue that connects muscle to bones, become inflamed. It often affects the elbows, hands, shoulders, hips, knees, and other joints.
  • Whiplash: This condition is a soft tissue injury that often occurs during a car accident. Whiplash occurs when the neck suddenly moves back and forth in a forceful, unnatural way. As a result, the muscles and tendons in the neck and upper back tear and twist, leading to serious pain.

Signs and Symptoms of a Soft Tissue Injury

A soft tissue injury may not be apparent at first, even after an instance of acute trauma. The signs of the condition may begin slowly and worsen over time. Common symptoms of a soft tissue injury include the following.

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Visible bruising
  • Bleeding
  • Muscle weakness
  • A limited range of motion
  • Joint instability
  • An inability to carry heavy weight
  • Muscle cramping or spasms
  • A lump or knot at the injury site

Legal Options After a Soft Tissue Injury

Many incidents can lead to a soft tissue injury. For example, you may sustain whiplash when another vehicle collides into the back of your car. You may slip on a puddle of water at the grocery store and sustain a contusion on your tailbone. These injuries can be very painful, requiring medical care and weeks of recovery time.

If you sustained a soft tissue injury due to another person’s negligence, you may qualify for an insurance claim or lawsuit. Through your claim, you can recover compensation for the medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages you sustained due to the soft tissue injury. To determine whether you are eligible for legal action, speak to a Bakersfield premises liability attorney as soon as possible.

 

Posted by highrank at 3:06 pm

California Oilfield Statistics 2021

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

California is one of the top 10 oil-producing states in America, with Kern and Ventura counties home to much of that production. In these counties, oilfields provide employment for thousands of individuals, making it an important industry for the livelihoods of many families.

While work on the oilfield is inherently dangerous, the right safety precautions and processes can avert many disasters and oilfield injuries. It helps too, to be up to speed on recent facts about the ever-changing industry, and what those points and statistics mean for oilfield workers.

Some recent figures include:

● The California Geologic Energy Management Division (CalGEM) has jurisdiction over more than 242,000 wells, including nearly 101,300 that are defined as active or idle. The Division’s authority extends from onshore to three miles offshore.

● Annually, 34.9 percent of oil supply sources to California refineries came from California oil sources. Overseas sources as well as those in Alaska made up the rest of the percentages, according to the California Energy Commission.

● While California remains one of the top 10 oil-producing states in the U.S., production has been on the decline since the middle of the 1980s. CalGEM is currently working to further the state’s goal of becoming carbon-neutral by 2045.

● From 2008 through 2017, 1,566 workers died trying to extract oil and gas in the U.S. During the same time, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited companies in the extraction industry for 10,873 violations.

● According to the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, 489 oil and gas extraction workers were killed on the job between 2013 and 2017. Top hazards that can become fatalities are vehicle accidents, being struck by, caught in, or caught between equipment, explosions and fires, falls, being trapped in confined spaces, and exposure to harmful chemicals.

● Roughly 35,000 wells currently sit idle in California, with production suspended. An analysis by the Los Angeles Times and the Center for Public Integrity found that regions, including Kern County and Los Angeles, do not have enough money set aside to ensure these sites are cleaned up and made safe for all, now and in the future.

Daniel Rodriguez himself worked in the oilfields for years as a roustabout and mechanic, and knows firsthand how difficult and dangerous the work can be. If you have been injured in an oilfield accident, these statistics can help you determine if your situation warrants contacting an oilfield injury attorney and pursuing a claim. Please reach out to us today to discuss your case and receive support by filling out our online form or calling (661) 323-1400.

Posted by Lorrie Ross at 1:18 pm

What Is Sudden Unintended Acceleration?

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Car accidents can happen at any time, in any place, and for any reason. Many of these collisions occur due to negligent driving behaviors, such as speeding, running a red light, or driving under the influence. Other accidents occur due to bad weather, poorly maintained roads, and sudden unintended acceleration. If you are injured in an accident due to sudden unintended acceleration, you could hold the at-fault party accountable for your losses through an insurance claim or lawsuit.

Understanding Sudden Unintended Acceleration

Sudden unintended acceleration refers to the unexpected or uncontrolled acceleration of a motor vehicle. Some drivers may be unable to brake or control the vehicle once it starts to accelerate. This dangerous occurrence can cause you to lose control of your vehicle, resulting in a motor vehicle accident. If another vehicle in your vicinity experiences sudden unintended acceleration, the driver can crash into without warning—leading to severe injuries and vehicle damage.

Many factors may contribute to sudden unintended acceleration. These accidents may occur due to defective vehicle parts, such as defective brakes or a mechanical or electrical issue inside of the vehicle. However, some of these accidents occur due to driver error. For example, a driver may accidentally step on the gas pedal instead of the brake, causing him or her to collide into another vehicle.

Legal Options for Sudden Unintended Acceleration Victims

Victims of sudden unintended acceleration have multiple options for compensation after their accident. Since California is a fault accident state, the at-fault party is responsible for the collision must pay for his or her victims’ damages. If you are injured after a driver accidentally hit the gas instead of the brakes and collides into you, you could file an insurance claim or lawsuit against him or her.

Many cases of sudden unintended acceleration occur due to a defective vehicle part, however. In this situation, you could file a product liability lawsuit against the manufacturer, distributor, or retailer of that defective part. You may need help from a Bakersfield car accident attorney to identify the nature of the defect.

What to Do If You Experience Sudden Unintended Acceleration

If your vehicle starts accelerating uncontrollably while you are on the road, it is important to remain calm and take careful steps to regain control of the vehicle. The following tips can help you reduce the risk of a serious collision in the event of sudden unintended acceleration.

  • Try hitting your brakes and apply as much force as possible. Keep the pressure on the brakes steady. Do not pump the brakes.
  • Avoid jerking your steering wheel—this could cause you to lose control of your vehicle. 
  • Do not turn off your engine. This will not stop the vehicle; it will only cause you to lose control of the brakes and your steering wheel, which you need to safely bring your car to a stop.
  • Put your vehicle in neutral or depress the clutch. This will hopefully stop the engine from moving your vehicle forward.
  • Once your vehicle starts to slow down, pull over in a safe location on the side of the road. 
  • When the vehicle comes to a stop, turn off the engine, set the parking brake, and exit the vehicle.

While these tips can help protect yourself in case of sudden acceleration, accidents may still occur. As soon as possible after your collision, seek medical attention, call 911, and contact a Bakersfield car accident lawyer. Your attorney will be able to evaluate your case and help craft a compelling case for your right to compensation.

Posted by highrank at 4:53 pm

What to Do if Your Uber Has Been in an Accident

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Many Bakersfield residents rely on rideshare services such as Uber or Lyft to travel from place to place. While these services may seem safe and reliable, Uber and Lyft drivers are not exempt from accidents. If you are in a collision while riding in an Uber or Lyft, it is important to remain calm and take a series of important steps to gather evidence, protect yourself, and secure the compensation you need to recover. 

Call 911

First, call 911 and report the accident to law enforcement. The responding officer will create a police report that you can use to prove your case. Collect the officer’s name and badge number so you can find the report later.

Seek Medical Attention

As soon as possible following the accident, seek emergency medical attention. Save all documents related to your treatment and injuries. These medical records will provide valuable evidence in your case, helping prove the nature and extent of the harm that you suffered in the collision.

You should always seek medical treatment, even if you do not feel hurt. You may have internal injuries that you are not aware of, and prolonged treatment could lead to serious complications. Additionally, failure to seek medical attention could harm your case’s credibility.

Record Important Information

After your accident, you will likely need to file an insurance claim against the Uber or Lyft driver or the rideshare company’s internal insurance policy. To file your claim, you will need to collect the following pieces of information from your rideshare driver.

  • The driver’s name, address, and phone number
  • The driver’s personal insurance information
  • Information about the Uber or Lyft insurance policy
  • The registration number, license plate, make, and model for the driver’s vehicle

You may not know who is at fault for the accident at this stage. To ensure that you have access to all available options, speak to the other driver involved in the collision. Collect his or her contact information, license and vehicle details, and insurance policy information for use in your future case. A California rideshare accident lawyer can evaluate your case and help you identify who is responsible for your accident. 

Document Evidence at the Scene

If you are able to move around the accident scene after the collision, you can gather other pieces of evidence that you can use in your future claim. Take photographs of your injuries, property damage, and the area around the accident. You should also photograph any damage to the driver’s vehicle. 

You can also take a screenshot of your Uber or Lyft app to prove that you were a passenger in the driver’s vehicle at the time of the accident. If there are any witnesses who saw the accident happen, ask for their names and contact information for use in your future claim. These individuals could provide valuable testimony on your behalf.

Contact an Attorney

As soon as possible after your collision, contact a Bakersfield rideshare accident lawyer to discuss your case and legal options. Navigating an Uber or Lyft accident claim can be complicated due to the presence of multiple insurance policies, and you may need assistance identifying your optimal path to compensation. 

A rideshare accident attorney can help you strategize your case and advocate for the recovery you deserve. He or she can evaluate your accident, conduct a full-scale investigation, and gather the evidence you need to secure maximum compensation. Speak to an attorney as soon as possible following your accident to discuss your legal options.

Posted by highrank at 2:43 pm