Car Accident Attorney: San Mateo And Santa Clara Counties
Even with all the transportation options available for people in the Bay Area, driving remains an inevitable part of life for most people in the region.
With so many cars on the road and the ever-increasing number of distractions, getting into a car crash can seem like a matter of time. You’re looking for a lawyer now because you or your loved one has been the victim of another driver’s careless or reckless actions, and you need experienced, aggressive legal help to make sure you get adequate compensation. Our Bay Area firm can help you do just that.
Our region has some of the country’s most scenic roads, from 280 to the always-majestic Highway 1. We also have some of the most congested urban freeways. Whether you were the victim of a head-on crash on Highway 1, a serious fender bender on 101 or a driver who ran a red light on surface streets, we’re ready to take on your case and fight on your behalf.
Experience That Matters In Getting You Fair Compensation
Car crash victims in San Mateo County and Santa Clara County turn to our firm not just because our attorney, Matthew Haberkorn, has more than 15 years of experience helping accident victims in California. They also turn to our firm because he began his career in the field of insurance defense, working for the same types of companies he now takes on for our clients.
Why is this experience important? As with most things, the best way to beat your legal opponents is to understand how they operate, and the best way to understand them is to have experience working for them. We know how the claims process works, the most common ways insurance companies will try to block compensation and the evidence that creates the strongest argument for full compensation.
With this experience in your corner, you or your loved one will have an edge when it comes to getting compensation for:
- Short- and long-term medical expenses (e.g., hospital stays, rehabilitation, medications)
- Lost income (and reduced earning capacity if your injuries prevent you from going back to your current job, or back to work at all)
- Physical and emotional pain and suffering