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We’re a litigation firm dedicated to obtaining justice on behalf of anyone who has suffered a personal injury, with offices in California including: Orange County, Riverside, Los Angeles and San Bernardino, and in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Our premier team has been serving clients for over 30 years by tackling a variety of personal injury and wrongful death cases including premises liability, product liability, car accidents, dog bites, nursing home negligence, bicycle accidents, at-work injuries and more.

We only represent people, not corporations or big insurance companies and we’ve spent the last three decades fighting for our people; giving them our personal care and attention every step of the way, getting them the settlements they deserve.

We are proud to further serve our clients by billing by contingency fee only – this means that our representation comes at no cost to you unless we win your case – and we plan to. Our firm has already served over 25,000 people and has recovered countless millions. We are AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and are certified members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which comprises less than 1% of all U.S. attorneys.

William Seegmiller founded The Seegmiller Law Firm over 30 years ago with the sole focus of serving individuals and families who have experienced serious personal injuries. He has a deep knowledge on how to successfully approach death and injury cases, resulting in settlements totaling in excess of one hundred fifty million dollars ($150,000,000). Mr. Seegmiller served as a Pro Tem judge for the California Supreme Court for ten years in addition to serving as a mediator. He is also a member of the Professional Association of the Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, The American Bar Association, The Consumer Attorneys of California, and the American Association for Justice.

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We are proud to further serve our clients by billing by contingency fee only - this means that our representation comes at no cost to you unless we win your case - and we plan to. Our firm has already served over 25,000 people and has recovered countless millions. We are AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and are certified members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which comprises less than 1% of all U.S. attorneys.

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MODESTO: Joseph Thomas Johnson Killed in Fatal Bicycle Accident with Vehicle on Sylvan Avenue and Keller Street

MODESTO: Joseph Thomas Johnson Killed in Fatal Bicycle Accident with Vehicle on Sylvan Avenue and Keller Street- file photo

MODESTO: Joseph Thomas Johnson Killed in Fatal Bicycle Accident with Vehicle on Sylvan Avenue and Keller Street- file photo

17-year-old Modesto teen killed in bike accident

MODESTO, CALIFORNIA (July 23, 2014)- Authorities are investigating a fatal bicycle collision involving a 17-year-old teenage bicyclist, his passenger and a 23-year-old female driver which took place Monday evening at 8:45 p.m. on Sylvan Avenue, according to the KCRA 3 News.

Joseph Thomas Johnson was riding his bicycle along with his friend Eric Collins, 17-years-old from Modesto. Collins was supporting himself on the handle bars of the bicycle while the two were in route to a nearby skate park. Neither of the teenagers were wearing protective helmets.

As the two were riding along Sylvan Avenue, they were struck by a 23-year-old female driver, Katherine Bakus, driving a 2014 Volkswagen Jetta.

Both of teenagers were ejected from the bicycle. Collins and Johnson were both rushed from the scene to a nearby hospital for emergency treatment.

Johnson sustained major trauma to the head and body. He was sadly pronounced dead shortly after arriving to the emergency room.

Collins sustained a broken ankle and a fracture pelvis. He is expected to make a full recovery.

Officers believe the two teenagers may have been intoxicated at the time of the accident but have not come to that conclusion just yet.

Bakus, the driver who struck the boys, was cooperative with the authorities and passed a sobriety test the police issued on scene ruling out any possibilities of her being intoxicated.

Officers have yet to determine the party at fault. The investigation is ongoing.

We from The Seegmiller Law Firm extend our sincerest, most heart-felt condolences to the friends and families affected by this tragic loss.

We have posted this blog for general informational purposes. Our offices handle these types of cases, however whether a law firm is needed is a very personal decision which we honor.

DISCLAIMER: The material on this article is copyrighted by The Seegmiller Law Firm. This material is for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to express or constitute legal or medical advice and may not apply to the facts of your situation. The laws referenced in this website are substantially based on general legal principles. Laws are often different in different jurisdictions.


CARLSBAD: Vehicle Hits 3 Pedestrians on Old Coast Highway

Vehicle crashes and injures 3 pedestrians in Carlsbad

CARLSBAD: Major injuries in collision with 3 pedestrians- file photo

CARLSBAD: Major injuries in collision with 3 pedestrians- file photo

CARLSBAD, CALIFORNIA (July 19, 2014) – A 49-year-old woman crashed her vehicle on Old Coast Highway and injured three pedestrians, according to California Highway Patrol reports. The crash occurred Saturday at 12:45 a.m. in the 3200 block of Carlsbad Boulevard, north of Walnut Avenue, police Captain Mike Bolton said.

Paramedics arrived on the scene to treat the injured parties. Two pedestrians were taken to the hospital by ambulance, while the most severely injured person was rushed by helicopter to an area hospital. While the identities of the victims and the extent of their injuries is unknown, Bolton confirmed that two of the pedestrians were 29-year-old women and one was a 31-year-old man.

The driver of the vehicle stayed at the site of the crash and was not arrested. Police are still investigating and no fault has been determined, said Bolton.

Our law office wishes a swift and steady recovery to the driver injured in this devastating accident.

If you or your loved one has been injured in a car accident, contact an experienced professional at the Seegmiller Law Firm. We will fight hard to obtain the care you deserve and just compensation for your injuries. We have offices in Auburn, Sacramento, Santa Rosa, Oroville and several others throughout northern and southern California. Call us at 877-557-4239 for a free consultation and speak with a lawyer today. There is no cost or obligation.

DISCLAIMER: The material on this article is copyrighted by The Seegmiller Law Firm. This material is for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to express or constitute legal or medical advice and may not apply to the facts of your situation. The laws referenced in this website are substantially based on general legal principles. Laws are often different in different jurisdictions.


SAN DIEGO: Pedestrian Fatally Injured in Hit-and-Run on Interstate 5

Sandro Garcia Arrested on Suspicion of Felony Hit-and-Run

SAN DIEGO: Female pedestrian struck and killed in fatal accident - file photo

SAN DIEGO: Female pedestrian struck and killed in fatal accident – file photo

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA (June 19, 2014) - A pedestrian was struck and killed Thursday on Interstate 5 by a driver who allegedly fled the crash, according to a California Highway Patrol report. The name of the fatally injured woman was not released.

A Ford Focus struck the woman around midnight in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5, north of the connector road to State Route 163. Two southbound lanes were temporarily closed from First Avenue to state Route 163, as well as the connector road to the highway, and were cleared by 2:10 a.m.

Sandro Garcia, 32, initially fled the scene, but later called California Highway Patrol and said he was involved with the crash, according to CHP officer Tommy Doerr. He was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and felony hit and run around 3:30 a.m., said officer Doerr.

“The potential causes of accidents and their associated complications can seriously affect both a victim and their family, and should, therefore, be treated with the seriousness they deserve,” – said Attorney West Seegmiller.

If your loved one has been involved and injured in an accident and are seeking answers on what steps to take, contact an experienced professional at The Seegmiller Law Firm. We will fight hard to obtain the care you deserve and just compensation you for your losses. We have offices in Manteca, Stockton, Sacramento, San Jose and several others throughout California. Call for a free consultation with an experienced accident lawyer today. There is no cost or obligation. Call us today at (877) 557-4239.

 

 

DISCLAIMER: The material on this article is copyrighted by The Seegmiller Law Firm. This material is for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to express or constitute legal or medical advice and may not apply to the facts of your situation. The laws referenced in this website are substantially based on general legal principles. Laws are often different in different jurisdictions.