Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Temecula

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As experienced motorcycle lawyers, we understand how significant injuries from a motorcycle accident can throw a rider and his or her family into chaos as a consequence of the injuries, being out of work and without transportation, and having unpaid medical bills. At the Gancedo Law Firm it is our charge to see to it that those responsible properly compensate our clients for their losses, including property damage, loss of use, lost wages, medical expenses, loss of consortium, pain and suffering and other damages. While we can’t undo our client’s injuries, we do everything we can to get them the recovery they deserve.

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Unique experience and skills allow us to successfully stand up for motorcycle riders against those responsible and their insurance companies

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Yasmin Carroll
Yasmin Carroll
2021-08-25
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Mr. Gancedo and his secretary Joki were super professional and attentive and kind with me! They handled my case promptly and courteously!! I highly recommend their office for all of your legal needs!
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2021-08-15
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Patty Gallard
2021-05-31
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When I first contacted the Gancedo office I wasn't sure what to expect. I've never been in this situation before. But once speaking to both Joki and Mr. Gancedo I felt completely at ease. They were both very helpful and explained the entire process. They were very understanding and compassionate to my needs. Thank you both. I would definitely recommend. Thanks again, Sincerely PG.
Elizabeth Gutierrez
Elizabeth Gutierrez
2021-03-29
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When me and my husband were having legal issues this law firm provided excellent service that we highly recommend. The team was very efficient and ensured we won our case. Their services are also provided in Spanish, which was of great help for my husband. 5/5 Rating.
Keisha Allen
Keisha Allen
2021-03-27
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I am very pleased with the results of my legal matter with Gancedo Law Firm and would highly recommend Mr. Gancedo to represent you he has your best interests. This Law firm helped me through terrifying , situation, Staff was very extremely devoted and professional and very aggressive. Again I HIGHLY recommend him to anyone who needs sound legal advice.
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2021-03-23
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Professional service, had a very good experience. Highly recommendable. Servicio muy exelente y profesional. altamente recomendable.
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Amparo Arias Breton
2021-03-15
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The office of Mr. Gancedo was helpful in my case.
BILL “Wildman” LEGGETT
BILL “Wildman” LEGGETT
2021-03-15
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I was in stop and go traffic the car in front of me would move forward and hit her breaks. Did this about 6 times. The last time I hit my breaks from hitting her. I was rear ended by another driver, WHO happened to be her husband. Had problem with his insurance company. I contacted Gancedo Law Firm. I have great respect for them and their staff who helped me. I cannot say enough about the staff they were. OUTSTANDING, Mr. GANCEDO, and I talked several times. I would recommend, him to any who needed a LAWYER. Once he got involved in my case, I had no more problems. Had my truck repaired. Again, he has a GREAT staff.
Rachel Ragusa
Rachel Ragusa
2021-03-15
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I worked with Hector after I was rear-ended. He and Joki walked me through every step and helped me secure a settlement so I was able to pay my medical bills and physical therapy. Very thankful for Gancedo Law Firm's professionalism and attention to detail. Highly recommend.

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Motorcycles are practical transportation solutions for city dwellers. They can also provide a unique opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and scenic drives in Southern California. Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents do happen – sometimes the fault of another driver who failed to see a motorcyclist. In such situations, you may be eligible for compensation. Motorcycle accident attorneys in Temecula will explain your rights and guide you through the claims process. Here are a few common types of motorcycle accidents and their causes.


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Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Temecula

Motorcycles are practical transportation solutions for city dwellers. They can also provide a unique opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and scenic drives in Southern California. Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents do happen – sometimes the fault of another driver who failed to see a motorcyclist. In such situations, you may be eligible for compensation. Motorcycle accident attorneys in Temecula will explain your rights and guide you through the claims process. Here are a few common types of motorcycle accidents and their causes.

Car or truck driver fails to yield to a motorcycle

When a car or truck driver fails to yield to a motorcyclist, the outcome can be disastrous. This type of accident can be caused by a number of different factors, including driver distractions such as changing the radio station or music, or a small child or pet. Other common reasons for a driver’s failure to yield include drug or alcohol use, or simply being fatigued. All of these factors can lead to a motorcycle accident, but the causes of driver impairment are complex.

When a car or truck driver fails to yield to a biker, there are many consequences for the injured biker. Medical bills may include medications, extended hospitalization, or assistive devices, and ongoing physical rehabilitation. These costs can be recovered from a personal injury claim. A failure to yield collision can also result in lost income for the injured biker, who may never be able to return to his or her job. Other damages may include lost wages and mental anguish.

In Texas, a car or truck driver fails to yield to a motorcyclist in an intersection. The driver on the left must yield to the vehicle approaching from the right. Motorcyclists do not automatically have right of way in intersections, and it is the responsibility of the driver on the right to yield to an approaching motorcycle. If the driver fails to yield to a motorcycle, it could result in serious physical injuries or even death. In such a case, a plaintiff can pursue compensation from the negligent motorist.

In some cases, motorists fail to notice a motorcycle and are unaware that it is present. In other cases, poor visibility or driver vision makes it hard to see a motorcycle. Additionally, a motorcyclist may be partially hidden by another vehicle, giving the impression that the motorcycle has cleared the road ahead. As a result, drivers may be inattentive to motorcycles and fail to yield.

Driver lane splits too close to a bike

The danger of lane splitting for a motorcycle is real and widespread. It takes longer to make the morning commute than usual. When the road ahead is empty and a highway exit is in sight, a driver puts on their blinker and switches lanes, only to see a motorcycle zoom by. This is one of the reasons that the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration is looking into the danger of lane splitting for motorcycles.

When a motorcycle tries to lane split, the driver must be at least two feet away. This is enough room to see the motorcycle’s wing mirrors. The driver’s lane splitting technique is also not allowed when the lane is narrow, wet, or slick. In addition, the driver must be aware of other road users. Even though lane splitting is legal, there is no guarantee that other road users will move out of the way.

A motorcycle rider is more vulnerable to rear-end collisions than a car, and lane splitting gives the motorcyclist more room to avoid being hit. By giving motorcycle riders a dedicated lane, the driver also frees up more space for cars. The driver may be unaware of the motorcycle’s presence, and they may be left pinned between two cars. Some motorcycle riders may even be thrown off their bikes, causing terrible personal injuries.

When a motorcycle driver lane splits too close to a car, he risks crashing into the motorcycle. Although the driver will always be in the wrong, the motorcycle may not be safe in the driver’s blind spot for an extended period of time. Road rage may cause the driver to intentionally swipe the motorcyclist or open the door in order to hit the motorcyclist. This can be a serious mistake.

Lane splitting is a contributing factor in motorcycle accidents

It’s no secret that speed is one of the leading causes of motorcycle accidents. On multi-lane roads, there is little room between lanes for motorcycles to swerve and merge. As a result, drivers are unable to see motorcyclists, leading to a deadly chain reaction. Because the motorcycle is close to the car in front of them, drivers often do not see the motorcycle until they are already past.

While many motorcyclists may think that lane splitting is an ideal way to reduce traffic, it can actually increase the risk of motorcycle accidents. Lane splitting is illegal in most states, and the motorcyclist has less room to maneuver in these situations. Motor vehicle drivers are liable for any resulting accidents, so lane splitting is a dangerous practice. It’s also illegal in North Carolina, so drivers should be aware of its risks.

While lane splitting is legal in California, the practice is not always permitted. Lane splitting is a contributing factor in many motorcycle accidents, and California law enforcement has taken notice. It’s important to always be vigilant in intersections and be aware of left hand turns. Another contributing factor to motorcycle accidents is alcohol use, which is considered a major cause of many other types of motor vehicle accidents. If you’ve been drinking, take the time to get yourself checked out by a reputable alcohol abuse attorney.

During traffic congestion, motorcycle riders are at a much higher risk than other drivers. They have minimal protection from the elements, and rear-end collisions can cause devastating injuries or even death. However, some studies have shown that lane splitting may actually protect motorcyclists from accidents, even when they’re traveling at low speeds. Lane splitting is also illegal in New York, where motorcycles operate alongside cars.

Medical expenses after a motorcycle accident

The majority of medical costs incurred after a motorcycle accident are paid by the government or private insurance companies. These entities have a vested interest in determining the size of the motorcycle crash medical cost. They include Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross, and various forms of managed care. However, if you are a self-pay patient, you may be eligible for Medicaid if your medical bills exceed certain thresholds.

In many cases, these expenses are fully compensable depending on the circumstances of your accident. Among other things, they may include ambulance bills, hospital bills, prescription drugs, and equipment. You may also be able to recover lost wages. You may not be able to earn as much money as you were before due to the injuries you sustained in a motorcycle accident. In some cases, you may be unable to work for a few months and require daily care.

Although there are many factors that contribute to the cost of medical expenses after a motorcycle accident, one thing that will help you make an informed decision is to find out which insurance companies cover the costs for you. If you have a private insurance, it is a better idea to opt for that policy than the government. After all, if you have medical coverage, you can expect the government to cover a large portion of your medical expenses.

In addition to your motorcycle insurance coverage, it is a good idea to purchase medical insurance. These policies will cover the cost of your medical bills and may even include an optional MedPay policy. These policies are also good for motorcycle accidents, as they do not include PIP. If you have personal health insurance, the policy will cover medical expenses, but it may come with a deductible and co-pays. If you do not have health insurance, you may also want to look into a work-sponsored health insurance policy.

Compensation for pain and suffering

When a Temecula motorcycle accident lawyer files a claim, he will work with a team of financial experts to establish the truth behind the injuries and bills. These experts can testify as to the value of your lost earning capacity. These expenses will likely be included in the compensation you receive. Your medical bills and records are vital proof of your injuries. If you have lost income due to the accident, you may be eligible to receive compensation for pain and suffering.

Even if you don’t feel pain, it’s best to seek medical treatment as soon as possible. Your injuries could lead to a lifelong condition that requires expensive treatments. Even if you feel no pain, you should consult with a Temecula motorcycle accident attorney. The attorney will have a good idea of the extent of your injuries and how they affect your life.

Your motorcycle accident attorney in Temecula will also fight to maximize the compensation you receive. If you’re unable to work because of your injuries, the insurance company will likely pay for the medical bills and will not pay for future expenses. However, if your injuries are serious and you cannot return to your job within a reasonable time frame or at all, you can also seek compensation for your pain and suffering.

For more information, contact the Law Offices of Clay R. Sides in Temecula, California. He and his team have been handling personal injury cases for more than 15 years. They are dedicated to fighting for your rights and are familiar with California state and federal law. He is a Certified Federal Mediator and member of the American Society of International Law. A motorcycle accident attorney should know the legal process and be able to explain it to you.

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