Car Accidents

Auto accident victims face medical bills, lost wages, and potentially life-long medical conditions as a result of their injuries. As San Francisco auto accident attorneys at The Cartwright Law Firm, Inc., we've seen how head trauma, spinal cord injuries, and bone fractures can impact a person's quality of life. While there's no way to restore what's been taken away by the carelessness or recklessness of another driver, recovering financial compensation that meets the needs of our clients is an important component of the healing process. We're San Francisco personal injury lawyers who won't stop until we've uncovered the facts that caused your car wreck injuries and consulted with medical experts who can explain to jurors the scope of your situation.

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The extent of a person's injuries is not always obvious shortly after an accident. Don't agree to a settlement before you talk to a lawyer or medical doctor. Avoid discussions with insurance claims adjusters who will urge you to agree to a settlement. Remember, anything you sign may prevent you from recovering further damages at a later date. To protect your rights, it's important to take the following steps immediately after your accident:

We're Prepared To Go The Distance

With over 23 years of litigation experience, we've seen just about every trick and tactic available to insurance companies who want to avoid paying what they should in a negligent driver liability case. Using medical experts, accident reconstructionists and eye-witness testimony, our San Francisco auto accident lawyers build cases on facts and evidence. When the other side tries to distort what happened or avoid their responsibilities under the insurance policy, we're right there with the facts concerning:

  • Car Accidents
  • Common Injuries from Accidents
  • Common Misconceptions About Auto Accident Litigation

Contact us online, or call 415-433-0444 in San Francisco or 707-901-3020 in the North Bay. The consultation is free!