Fighting For You After Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents can lead to complications that last for life. Head injuries and traumatic brain injuries may never heal properly. Amputations change your life forever. Spinal cord injuries can lead to lasting paralysis. These are all very common injuries in motorcycle accidents, which also have a disproportionately high fatality rate. In fact, some reports claim that the fatality rate is 29 times higher for motorcyclists than for those in cars and trucks.

If you have been injured, you have rights. It does not matter how old you are, what your immigration status looks like, what you do for a living or whether or not you have health insurance. You still have rights.

Here at the Law Offices of Philip M. Tobin in San Jose, California, we fight hard to protect those rights. We have more than 50 years of combined experience; our attorney, Mr. Tobin, has handled personal injury cases for more than four decades. We have recovered millions for our clients. We are fully fluent in Spanish, we are a client-focused office, and we put you first. Every time. In every case. After every accident.

The Benefits Of Our Experience

Our years of experience really help us sort through your case quickly and effectively. We can make sure that you do not undervalue the claim. For instance, you may be mostly concerned about immediate medical bills and lost wages, but we also look at lost future wages, long-term care and many other costs. We help you look into all of your options. We show you how the law is on your side. We seek settlements or go to trial; our only focus is on doing what is best for you. That is our priority from day one.

Call For A Free Consultation

If you want to get started, we would be happy to set up a completely free consultation. There is no risk and no obligation to work with us. It really costs you nothing, and you get to see first-hand how we are here for you when you need help the most. Please contact us online or call 408-444-8772 to talk to an experienced lawyer.