ENCINO, CA, May 14, 2013 LawFuel.com – — Mr. Farhad Hamdam, Encino personal injury attorney, offers legal help for victims of motorcycle accidents. Whether the accident caused moderate injury or a severe brain injury, Mr. Hamdam can help victims recover financial damages for their injuries.
Each year in the United States, thousands of people are injured in motorcycle crashes. Whether the crash is caused by an inattentive driver of an automobile or even another motorcycle, the injuries can be catastrophic, leaving the victim with serious problems.
Any injury leaves behind medical bills, pain and suffering, and is a major inconvenience to the victim. In some cases, these injuries are so severe that the patient finds that their quality of life is affected, and they may even have to find a new job because their injuries have left them unable to perform their previous job.
Victims of motorcycle accidents can even recover damages from the other party if they were partially at fault for the accident. This is because California is a comparative fault state, which means that victims can sue the other party as long as they can prove that the other person or people were partially responsible for their injuries. The amount of the award may be reduced to accommodate for the fact that the victim was also partially to blame, but this fact means that California residents can at least recover some damages for their injuries.
Mr. Hamdam, personal injury lawyer in San Fernando Valley, specializes in helping victims of motorcycle crashes. He has over a decade of experience with helping victims of personal injury accidents recover damages for their medical bills, pain and suffering, decreased quality of life, loss of a career or job, and more. Mr. Hamdam is more than just another Reseda personal injury lawyer; he truly cares about his clients and he is a strong advocate for helping them get the compensation that they deserve for their injuries.
Contact Mr. Hamdam, personal injury attorney in Tarzana, to find out how he can help. No personal injury case is too severe or too complex for him to discuss. The initial consultation is free and Mr. Hamdam only collects if you win your case.
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