San Francisco Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

San Francisco Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

There were an estimated 21,546 motorcycles in San Francisco in 2019, according to the DMV. The streets of San Francisco provide unique challenges to drivers, from steep hills to cable cars. The aggressive, experienced San Francisco motorcycle accident attorneys at Nadrich & Cohen are here to fight for you if you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident. We’ll fight to obtain justice for you by recovering fair compensation for your lost wages, medical bills, injuries, damage to your motorcycle and more.

We offer our clients a no fee promise, which means that we never charge a fee unless we obtain a recovery.

Call us now at (415) 526-8949 for a free consultation if you or a loved one was injured or killed in a motorcycle accident in San Francisco. We may be able to obtain a financial recovery for you. You can also complete the form on the right, talk with our live chat or email us at info@personalinjurylawcal.com.

Do I Need A San Francisco Motorcycle Accident Attorney?

It is vital that you contact an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer if you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident in San Francisco and would like to receive fair, adequate compensation for your injuries and any damages resulting from your injuries, like medical bills and lost wages. The best accident lawyers will also be able to get you the finest medical treatment available for your injuries.

You won’t be able to obtain fair compensation for your injuries without a lawyer because insurance companies won’t offer you fair compensation if you don’t have a lawyer. Insurance companies don’t fear you and they don’t respect you if you don’t have a lawyer, so they will offer you a pittance and dare you to take them to court.

Insurance adjusters are also trained to manipulate you into admitting fault for an accident. They can literally trick you into admitting fault for an accident that wasn’t your fault! It’s very dangerous for you to talk to the insurance companies; you should have a lawyer talk to them for you instead while you focus on recovering from your injuries.

Insurance companies fear and respect Nadrich & Cohen. They know we’ve amassed a network of the best motorcycle accident experts in the Bay Area. They know we’ve been successfully obtaining policy limits settlements for our motorcycle clients for 30 years. They know it’s a waste of time and money to go to court against us. They almost always settle out of court with us because of this.

We’ve developed multiple relationships with the best doctors in the Bay Area over our three decades of representing motorcycle accident victims in San Francisco. These doctors can not only provide you with top-rate medical care, but they won’t even charge you until your case is over.

Contacting a well-respected motorcycle accident law firm like Nadrich & Cohen, LLP is of the utmost importance if you want fair compensation and the finest medical treatment for your injuries.

The Path To A Motorcycle Accident Recovery

The path to your motorcycle accident recovery is paved by California Civil Code Section 1714 (a), which holds those who cause injuries via negligence responsible for those injuries.

Negligence, according to California civil jury instructions, is not using reasonable care for the sake of harm prevention. California juries are instructed that it is negligent to not do what a reasonably careful person would do in the same situation. However, the juries are also instructed that it is negligent to do what a reasonably careful person would not do in the same situation. Thus, doing something and doing nothing can both be negligent.

Additional California civil jury instructions establish what must be proven in a negligence claim, that being:

  • Negligence occurred
  • Someone was hurt
  • The negligence substantially caused the harm

We can obtain compensation for many things by proving that your motorcycle accident occurred because of somebody else’s negligence, including:

  • Medical bills
  • Physical and mental pain and suffering
  • Motorcycle damage
  • Wrongful death
  • Loss of wages
  • Lost earning potential
  • Modifications to vehicle or home for disability accommodation
  • Disfigurement
  • Loss of consortium

San Francisco Motorcycle Accident Statistics

San Francisco saw 482 motorcycle collisions in 2018, leading to 532 injured people and four deaths, according to UC Berkeley data. 68 of the collisions involved severe injuries.

138 of the collisions were sideswipe collisions and 131 of the collisions were broadside collisions. 67 of the collisions were rear-end collisions.

The busiest time for motorcycle collisions was 3 PM to 5:59 PM.

121 of the collisions involved unsafe speed and 72 of the collisions involved improper turning. 67 of the collisions involved unsafe lane change and 66 of the collisions involved automobile right of way violations.

San Francisco motorcycle accident collision victims were overwhelmingly male, with the most representation in the 25-29 and 30-34 age ranges.

San Francisco Motorcycle Accident Lawsuits

We’ve been specializing in motorcycle accident cases since 1990, having recovered over $350,000,000 on behalf of personal injury clients in that time. Our success comes down to our experience and tenaciousness. We’ve mastered the game of proving that motorcycle accidents were caused by driver negligence and we’ll stop at absolutely nothing to obtain justice for our clients. We relish our role as David against the Goliath that is the insurance companies.

We only charge a small portion of your recovery as our fee, and only in the event that we obtain a recovery for you. This means that our services are free if we don’t obtain compensation for you, and that you can never lose money by retaining our services. There will never be any upfront cost for our services and you will never owe us money out of your own pocket.

Call us now at (415) 526-8949 for a free consultation. You might be eligible for financial compensation if you or a loved one was injured or killed in a motorcycle accident in San Francisco.