Practice Areas Overview
Albert G. Stoll, A Law Corporation assists clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area in a wide range of personal injury cases, including those arising from:
- Motor Vehicle and Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Bus, BART, and Public Transportation Accidents
- Truck, 18-Wheeler, and Commercial Vehicle Accidents
- Dangerous Roads
- Elder and Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
- Products Liability
- Premises Liability, including slip and fall accidents
- Dangerous Drugs
- Wrongful Death
- Construction Site Accidents
- Insurance Bad Faith, including Life Insurance Rescission
- Unlawful Employment Practices
Severe Injuries and Complex Cases
The above incidents often result in serious injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, severe burns, amputations, and spinal cord injuries and paralysis. These injuries can have a devastating impact on you and your family. Our extensive experience handling cases of this nature has helped us build a network of experts who can assist with completely investigating and evaluating your case to ensure the maximum amount of recovery to which you are entitled. For more information about the challenging nature of cases involving these types of injuries, please see our page regarding serious injuries.
In California, you can recover for both the economic and non-economic damages you suffered. Economic damages include current and future lost wages, current and future medical expenses, incidental expenses, and lost earning capacity. Non-economic damages are meant to compensate you for the pain and suffering you have endured because of your injury. To help you recover the maximum amount to which you are entitled, our attorneys work with medical and financial experts to thoroughly investigate each case we take on, frequently using accident reconstruction and visibility studies to prove fault.
Seek Experienced Legal Representation
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury, it is critical that you consult with experienced lawyers as soon as possible. Although California law allows you two years to sue a private defendant, we perform lengthy, thorough investigations in order to determine every possible liable party. If we find that a government body was partially or wholly liable for your injury, you have a much shorter time (six months and sometimes one year) in which to notify the government that you wish to file a lawsuit.
To schedule a free initial consultation about your case, contact Albert G. Stoll, A Law Corporation today.