Nadrich & Cohen, LLP
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San Francisco, CA 94127
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San Francisco Personal Injury Law Firm
Not all attorneys have the excellent track record of Nadrich & Cohen, LLP, and you need a proven San Francisco personal injury and accident lawyer to get the full compensation you deserve – we promise you we’ll do that. We have an office in San Francisco, and each experienced personal injury attorney and auto accident lawyer from our law firm know how to fight for your rights, whether you need a motorcycle lawyer, a bicycle lawyer or even a wrongful death lawyer.
If you’d like an understanding and highly competent San Francisco personal injury attorney, Nadrich & Cohen, LLP is the law firm of San Francisco injury lawyers you want. Our San Francisco injury attorneys are experienced in all situations in which an accident attorney can obtain justice. Consult with a San Francisco lawyer from Nadrich and Cohen for times when you require an aggressive accident attorney:
- Car Accidents
- Uber, Lyft & Rideshare Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Motorized scooter injuries
- School bus injuries
- Train or BART accident injuries
- Slip-and-fall injuries
- Dog bite injuries
- Wrongful death
Several major freeways connect to San Francisco. Interstate 80 is the only direct link to San Francisco via car. U.S. 101 connects to the western side of I-80. From the north, you can reach San Francisco via State Route 1 through the Golden Gate Bridge. From the south, you can travel via State Route 35, which ends at State Route 1.
Given that so many people live in such a small area (49 square miles), driving and finding parking is extremely difficult. It’s also inconvenient. Therefore, residents use other forms of transportation to get from Point A to Point B. San Francisco ranks first in the west for public transportation use among commuters. More than 30 percent of the city’s residents use Muni, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), CalTrain and Amtrak to get to work on a daily basis.
Cable cars are also popular in the city. There is also a ferry that takes passengers to nearby cities such as Oakland, Alameda and Vallejo. Walking and bicycling are also common, as are ridesharing and taxis.
San Francisco is one of many large cities that adopted the Vision Zero initiative. The goal is to eliminate pedestrian deaths altogether in a time span of 10 years. While most cities saw decreases in traffic fatalities after adopting this initiative, San Francisco was the exception.
In 2013, there were 34 deaths related to traffic accidents in San Francisco. That number went down to 29 in 2014. Most of these deaths involved bicyclists and pedestrians. In fact, 10 percent were bicyclists and 59 percent were pedestrians.
There are 1,200 miles of road in San Francisco. Approximately 70 percent of the serious accidents in the city occur on 125 miles of road.
Most Dangerous Intersections
Based on data from 2005-2012, here the three most dangerous intersections in San Francisco:
- 12th St., Mission St., Otis St., and South Van Ness Ave. You’ll find seven crosswalks and 17 lanes of traffic at this large intersection. There were 92 crashes there between 2005 and 2012. Twelve involved pedestrians, six involved bicycles and the rest involved cars.
- Market St, Octavia Blvd. and Hwy 101. The 101 ramp complicates things here. There have been 42 accidents here during that time period.
- Potrero Ave and 16th St. Five lanes cross into four, making this a dangerous intersection. Between 2012 and 2013, 10 pedestrians were hit there, and one was killed.
The accident lawyers of Nadrich & Cohen, LLP have already recovered in excess of $350,000,000 for our clients. Our attorneys will take your case on contingency. If we do not get you a settlement, you pay nothing, no matter what. Some San Francisco Car Accident Lawyers require upfront fees; we do not.
Known as the City by the Bay, San Francisco is the headquarters of many major companies, including Yelp, Craigslist, Reddit, Levi Strauss & Co., Gap Inc., Twitter, Lyft, Uber and Pacific Gas and Electric Company. The city is a popular tourist destination known for its foggy and cool weather. San Francisco is home to many landmarks such as cable cars, the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown and Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary.
San Francisco is divided into numerous neighborhoods, such as the Financial District, Pacific Heights, Western Addition, Union Square, Chinatown and the Mission District. Tourism accounts for 1 in 7 jobs in the city. San Francisco is known for its entertainment options. It is home to several professional sports teams, as well as many museums and performing arts centers.
Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer from Nadrich & Cohen
If you have been injured by a third party, you could be dealing with the resulting damages for many years – perhaps even the rest of your life. Medical bills could amount to hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars. If you don’t hold the liable party responsible for the accident, you’ll be on the hook for all your damages.
That’s why the right legal help is so important. The personal injury lawyers at Nadrich & Cohen have helped thousands of clients recover compensation for injury accidents, and they can help you as well.
We have been helping personal injury victims since 1990. We have offices all over California, including San Francisco and the surrounding areas, so we’re local to you. We can handle personal injury cases of all types.
Bay Area residents seeking legal representation for a motor vehicle accident or personal injury should call Nadrich & Cohen. LLP. We offer a free and confidential consultation. Call us now at (415) 526-8949, use the live chat feature or complete the “Do I Have A Case?” form on this page.