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September

Blog Posts in September, 2015

  • $50,000 FOR BROKEN HAND BONES

    || 29-Sep-2015

    On June 14, 2015, a client was traveling on SR-25 just 1/10 of a mile south of US-101 in Santa Clara County when another driver in an SUV made a left-hand turn directly in front of his vehicle. The client was unable to stop his Honda in time and a collision occurred between the two vehicles leaving our client’s right hand injured from the force of the impact. He was taken by Santa Clara ...
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  • A Visalia man was riding in a car driving by a distant relative when the relative caused a severe accident. The relative turned out to be driving on a suspended license and without insurance. The police told the Visalia man that his relative was at fault, had no insurance, and he was “out of luck.” The insurance carrier for the second vehicle involved in the accident denied the injured ...
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  • A 60 year old grandmother from the Central Valley at first suffered cuts and bruises from a hard crash that sent her spinning into oncoming traffic. She was extremely panicked at the scene. After going to the hospital, she thought she felt better, but the next day she suddenly felt like she was about to suffer a heart attack. She knew the signs as she had a bad heart from before the accident. She ...
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  • A Visalia grandmother was seated as a passenger in a car carrying her grandchildren. One of her grandchildren, who was autistic, began to cry when the car started to brake hard for an accident ahead. As the car slowed and this grandmother was turned in her seat to comfort her grandson, their car was hit hard from behind. The teen driver who caused the accident panicked at the scene and told them ...
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  • A trim and fit Monterey County resident, training for tri-athalons, was riding his bicycle in the bike lane. Suddenly, a college student who was texting at the time pulled out of a stop sign and broad-sided this athlete, fracturing multiple bones throughout his body. He was lucky to be alive. Right after this athlete got out of the hospital, where he had stayed for almost a month, he came to The ...
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