Kentfield Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Motorcycles are a blast to ride. There is nothing like that feeling of freedom. However, every day, people are injured or killed in motorcycle accidents on the freeways, highways and roads in Kentfield and throughout Northern California. In fact, each year approximately 500 motorcycle accidents happen across the state of California and nearly 55 people die in California motorcycle accidents each year. These accidents can take a significant physical, emotional and financial toll on the victims and their loved ones. Our law firm represents clients in a wide variety of personal injury cases involving motorcycle accidents and collisions.
After a motorcycle accident, it is crucial to consult with an experienced lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected as soon as possible. Vital evidence could be lost, memories fade and witnesses can be lost if a prompt and thorough investigation is not conducted. This law firm has experience representing clients in all types of motorcycle accidents.
We understand that your primary concern following an accident is getting the medical care you need and protecting your family from financial difficulties. We will calculate the full cost of your accident, from medical bills and lost wages to damage to your bike and pain and suffering to ensure that you receive a settlement that meets your current and future needs. We will handle all aspects of your insurance claim, from negotiating with the insurance company to taking your case to trial if necessary to guard your rights.
If you have been in a motorcycle accident in Kentfield, CA or on Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Highway 101, or any other major thoroughfare in Northern California, Moseley Collins is here to help you get the compensation you need. Our firm was founded over 40 years ago by Moseley Collins and we have the knowledge and resources to go up against the insurance companies and get you a fair settlement.Have You or a Loved One Been Injured in a Motorcycle Accident in Kentfield, CA? Call (916) 444-4444 to Speak With a Motorcycle Accident Attorney Now
Motorcycle Accident NewsMotorcyclist Seriously Injured in Crash in Kentfield, CA.(KRON/BCN) — A 19-year-old motorcyclist was seriously injured Friday in a crash on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in Kentfield.Officers with the California Highway Patrol responded at 8:15 a.m. to a report of a crash involving a motorcycle and a vehicle at the intersection of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and Broadway.The motorcyclist, identified as Benjamin Velasquez, 19, of Albany, suffered major, life-threatening injuries in the crash, according to the CHP.He was transported to a hospital for treatment.The driver of the vehicle, identified as 46-year-old Amy Glass, of Kentfield, complained of pain following the crash but declined medical transport, according to the CHP.Read MoreSuperior Court Info Legal Self Help Services
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3501 Civic Center Dr
San Rafael, CA 94903
Room C-27 (across from courtroom C)
Phone: (415) 444-7130Marin County Bar Association, Lawyer Referral Service
Marin County Bar Association (MCBA) Lawyer Referral Service is now being offered through the San Francisco Bar Association (SFBA) at (415) 989-1616. The SFBA Lawyer Referral Service has bilingual staff members to receive calls, and they also operate a Marin Annex that includes many of the lawyers from the MCBA Lawyer Referral Service. Callers only need to state that they are seeking a Marin lawyer.Family and Children’s Law Center
This agency provides low-cost (based on sliding fee schedule) legal representation in family law matters, including domestic violence.
30 North San Pedro Road, Suite 245
San Rafael, CA 94903
Phone: (415) 492-9230
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30 N. San Pedro Road, Suite 220
San Rafael, CA 94903
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