Have You Been Involved in an Accident?
What Should You Do?
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, your life has been turned upside down. Your normal routine of working and caring for your family has suddenly come to an end. You are not only coping with an injury that may disable you, but without an income, who will pay for your family’s needs and your medical care?
If you or a family member find yourself in that situation, you need an experienced legal team that understands your situation and will ensure:
Your rights and your family are protected,
Your medical bills are paid, and
Your legal claims will be resolved with the best possible outcome.
You need to focus on recovery while AGNEWBRUSAVICH takes care of your legal claims and deals with the insurance companies. Since 1984, we have been meeting the legal needs of victims of serious accidents, including those injured due to automobile and bicycle accidents.
The Automobile and Bicycle Fatality Rate is Staggering
We all too often take our safety for granted when we drive or bike. We go to the same places so often, driving or biking can feel like I i’s automatic. They are everyday activities, but over the years we have learned how dangerous they truly can be. We have represented the families of those killed in these accidents and also those seriously injured, sometimes facing lifetime disabilities, because something went terribly wrong during what was supposed to be just another trip or bike ride.
The motor vehicle fatality and injury statistics for the state are sobering. According to the California Highway Patrol in 2011, 2,835 people were killed, and 225,602 were injured in motor vehicle accidents in California.
The number of those injured could fill the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum about two and a half times.
With 28,463,152 motor vehicles registered in the state that year, these statistics should not come as a surprise.
Nationwide 726 cyclists were killed, and about 49,000 were injured in motor vehicle accidents, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. About 17 % of those fatalities, or 124 people killed, were in California.Dangerous Roadways