Wrongful Death – Fatal Motorcycle Accident
San Francisco | San Jose | Oakland | San Rafael CA
If you have lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident, you want an experienced lawyer to help you get full and fair compensation for all your losses. Though no amount of money can bring your loved one back, you have a right to compensation and to hold careless and negligent parties accountable for all your losses, including loss of companionship, affection and financial support. When you are grieving the loss of a loved one, it can be difficult to make objective decisions about protecting your interests. An experienced attorney can help you take the right steps to protect your interests while letting you fully express your grief.
At Weber & Nierenberg, we have provided strong but compassionate counsel to people throughout northern California and the San Francisco Bay area, including individuals and families who have lost a loved one because of an accidental or wrongful death, for nearly 30 years. We built our practice on a commitment to personal service and attention. We will work closely with you throughout the legal process, listening carefully to your needs, questions and concerns, so that we can get the results you seek. As a small law practice, we have the flexibility to act quickly when there are developments in your case. But we also offer the resources, knowledge and experience often found only at a large law firm.
San Francisco Wrongful Death Attorney
The emotional challenges you face after the accidental or wrongful death of a loved one can make it painful and difficult to take the steps required to safeguard your interests. At Weber & Nierenberg, we will take care of all your legal needs so that you can focus on your emotional needs. When you hire us to represent you and your family in a motorcycle accident wrongful death claim>, we will take swift action to:
- conduct a thorough investigation of the facts and circumstances surrounding the accident so that we can identify all potentially responsible parties.
- learn the role your loved one played in your family, so that we can determine the full extent of your losses, including wages and income, medical expenses, and loss of care, comfort and society.
- set up the estate of your loved one and determine who may have a claim for damages.
- work with life and health insurance providers to make certain that you receive all benefits to which you are entitled as a result of your loved one’s death.
- provide guidance regarding funeral arrangements and grief counseling.
Contact Weber & Nierenberg
To determine whether you have a claim for the loss of a loved one involving a motorcycle accident, contact our office by e-mail or call our office toll-free at 1-866-288-6010 for an appointment. We will meet with you at no cost or obligation to evaluate your claim. If we take your case, we will only charge attorney fees if we recover compensation for your losses.
Contingency Fees Negotiated On Every Case.
At Weber & Nierenberg we understand your anxiety about getting all of your medical bills paid, loss of earnings reimbursed, compensation for pain, suffering or the loss of a loved one and the costs of high quality legal representation. We provide an initial evaluation of your claim at no charge to you. If you decide to retain us we will negotiate a contingency fee with you that you are comfortable with so that you will not pay any attorney fees or costs unless we get you compensation for your losses.
Recent Examples of How We Have Helped Our Motorcycle Accident Clients
Our 36-year-old client was lawfully driving his motorcycle on I-80 near Hayward when a commuter van suddenly and without warning changed lanes into him, striking his motorcycle and foot. The defendant claimed that our client was speeding because he looked in his rear-view mirror and never saw our client. Our motorcycle expert reconstructed the accident and helped us prove our client wasn’t speeding. Our client suffered a severe foot fracture, requiring surgery and a career change.
Our 30-year-old client from Vallejo was driving his motorcycle slightly above the speed limit when a slow-moving backhoe in front of him moved partially into the shoulder and then started turning left in front of our client, causing him to lay down his motorcycle, fracture his back and injure his spinal cord, which required spinal fusions at two vertebral levels. The adverse party predictably argued that our client was going at an excessive speed, but our expert motorcycle accident reconstructionist proved otherwise.