At The Justice Brothers, we help clients throughout California get justice and compensation after being injured in a moving vehicle accident. As a result, we have successfully recovered tens of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients. Our team, known as The Justice Brothers, helps clients involved in the following accidents:
Auto accidents are one of the most common ways for personal injuries to occur. Accidents occur for a variety of reasons, including:
If you are in a car accident, you should follow the following steps to help your attorneys have the best information to build your case.
If you have been injured in an accident involving a similarly negligent driver, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. The attorneys at The Justice Brothers will fight for your maximum compensation.
Truck accidents are among the most catastrophic due to the size and weight of large trucks. In addition, truck accident claims are complicated by federal and state regulations, multiple-party involvement, and insurance companies.
Common causes of truck accidents include:
And like other moving vehicle accidents, trucking accidents can be caused by:
Truck accidents are quiet often catastrophic and lifechanging for those who suffer injuries such as:
Motorcycle accidents often involve traumatic injuries and property damage and are commonly caused by drivers of other vehicles not watching the road for motorcycle riders. When a motorcycle accident occurs, it is important to speak with an attorney who knows motorcycle accident law and can fight for you; that's where The Justice Brothers come in.
Proving negligence in a motorcycle accident can be complicated, and in California, five elements need to be established for a successful negligence claim.
Duty: It must be proven that the third party had a duty to exercise reasonable care towards a motorcyclist, which is nearly always the case.
Breach of duty: The driver must have breached their duty to exercise reasonable care, such as speeding or running an intersection on red.
Cause-in-fact: The injured party must prove that the driver caused their injuries and/or other damages
Proximate cause: It must be proven that the harm, damages, and injuries suffered by the victim are foreseeable due to the accident.
Damages: The injury victim must prove that damages occurred due to the negligence of the third party.
Get Help With Your Auto Accident Claim
If you or someone you love has been injured in an auto accident, The Justice Brothers want to speak with you. We want to help you understand your legal rights and the options you may have to pursue compensation. When someone else’s causes you harm, you deserve the opportunity to hold them accountable.
Find out how The Justice Brothers can help you by calling us for a free consultation. You can also fill out the form on our website to get started.