Rear-End Collision Lawyers
A rear end collision occurs when a driver fails to pay attention to the road in front them, or does not safely or reasonably realize the speed at which others around them are traveling.
Tailgating is another major cause of rear end collisions. People who are in a hurry will try to get to where they are going at risk of engendering others. In both cases you are entitled to fair and adequate compensation not only for the damages done to your car, but also injuries that you may have sustained as the result of the rear end collision.
Bobby Saddian and the collision lawyers at Wilshire law firm represent people suffer the following injuries, all of which can be sustained in a rear-end collision:
If you have been injured in a rear end collision it is important to seek medical help to asses your injuries properly. If you have been injured in a rear end collision in California, please do not hesitate to call Wilshire law firm. We will make sure you get all the help you need right away and make sure you get fair and adequate compensation.
When dealing with insurance companies you need a professional that specializes in motorcycle accidents. Our consultation is free and we work on a contingent fee basis, which means that there is no fee unless your case is resolved. Please contact one of our motorcycle lawyers to setup a consultation, or speak to a representative 24/7 for immediate assistance call us toll-free at (800) 649-9988.
"This is the lawyer you want on your side if you ever get into a motorcycle accident."
- George Cantu, Los Angeles Motorcyclist
"Mr. Saadian took over my case when nobody else would step up to the plate to represent me. Both the police and driver of the other involved car placed me at fault for the accident, but Mr. Saadian was able to recover the maximum amount available under my insurance policy for me."
- Anthony Rush, Motorcyclist
"Bobby's the man. He won me more than even I had expected, and considering the details of my accident, I was expecting a lot!!! He outdid my every expectation."
- Marlon Williams, Motorcyclist