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Accidents happen every day across California. As a result, Californians suffer from various injuries that are not their fault. An accident that was not your fault may entitle you to fair compensation.

Our award-winning injury firm has decades of experience helping Contra Costa County‘s residents recover money for their injuries. Our Contra Costa accident attorneys can help you recover from the financial and emotional burdens that accidents cause. Call our Contra Costa County attorneys at (888) 488-1391

Car Accident
$6,000,000.00
Our client was driving with his wife and son on a two-lane highway when a drunk driver crossed the double yellow lines, causing a head-on collision that claimed the life of a loving wife and mother.
–  Arash Khorsandi

How Are Californians Injured?

Accidents can be caused by simple mistakes or by intentional actions. A great Contra Costa accident lawyer can help no matter what the cause. But how do you know if it is a good case? Take a look at these examples:

  • When another driver is impaired by drugs or alcohol or is driving irresponsibly
  • There is a construction site accident
  • Misdiagnosis that leads to further illness or death
  • When a store fails to de-ice or clean a walkway, and you slip and fall
  • You get burned by a defective product

Whatever the cause of the injury, the attorneys at Arash Law led by Arash Khorsandi, Esq. can help. Our Contra Costa County accident attorneys have recovered over $500 million in personal injury settlements for people all over California, including San Francisco, Riverside, Sacramento, San Jose, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Sherman Oaks. Here are just some of the areas that Arash Law has had decades of experience of successful outcomes for our clients:

  • Car accidents
  • Wrongful death
  • Premises liability
  • Product liability
  • Medical malpractice
  • Dog bites
  • Construction accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck accidents

2020 Saw a Drastic Decrease in California Car Crashes

Amid the horrible year that was 2020, there was some good news. In 2020 the California roadways were safer. The frequency of car accidents decreased 39.3% from 2019. Car crashes that ended in death decreased by 23.4%. It is essential to understand what caused the decrease to continue this trend.

One reason for the decline from 2019 to 2020 is the COVID -19 pandemic. Californians drove 25 million miles in 2019. That number decreased to 20 million miles in 2020. The reduction in accidents makes sense. California reported 3,723 deaths caused by car crashes in 2020.

The fatal crashes included passenger vehicles, trucks, and motorcycles. One out of every 107 Americans will be involved in a fatal car accident during their lifetime. The number has decreased significantly since the 1970s. We can thank stricter safety standards. The data on the decrease in motor vehicle accidents is exciting.

However, there will always be car accidents, even with this drastic decrease. Now that the country is starting to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic and begin sharing the roads again, we have to be careful to watch out for many different kinds of accidents and watch out for the causes of those accidents. This article discusses car accidents and other types of personal injury accidents and what causes them.

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What Usually Causes
Motor Vehicles Accidents in Contra Costa County?

Lots of factors can cause an accident. Our skilled attorneys are here to help you when another driver is at fault. Drunk driving is a significant cause of accidents across the country. While drunk driving is an essential contributor to car accidents every year, virtually anything can cause accidents.

Other causes of car accidents in California and across the country include:

  • Distracted driving
  • Speeding
  • Bad weather
  • Running intersections
  • Design defects
  • Unsafe lane changes
  • Improper turns
  • Driving the wrong way
  • Cars in your blind-spot
Victims deserve compensation regardless of whether a driver is under the influence of drugs and alcohol, falls asleep at the wheel, or is otherwise careless. We are here to help. Our acclaimed injury firm has decades of experience getting monetary recovery for clients. Our top-notch attorneys have recovered over $500 million for victims of these kinds of accidents.
What Happens if I Hit a Car in My Blind Spot?

It is called a blind spot for a reason. Another unavoidable risk that drivers take every day is not being able to see everyone that is on the road. A blind spot is an area where your view is blocked. When driving, a blind spot is the part of the road that is not easily seen by the driver.

The car’s rearview mirrors were designed to eliminate the dangers created by the blind spot. However, blind spots are still a problem. Accidents often happen because we just did not see the other driver coming. So, whose fault is it when you are involved in an accident that is caused solely by being in another driver’s blind spot or another driver being in your blind spot?

A blind spot is created when a driver is attempting to merge into another lane or when a driver tries to pass another car. Merging and changing lanes must be done safely. The driver that is merging or changing lanes creates the risk of ending up in a blind spot. As a result, in most cases, the driver who changed lanes or merged is responsible for the accident.

However, every case is different. The attorneys at Arash Law headed by Arash Khorsandi are committed to fully investigating your case to best represent you. If you are involved in a car crash that is caused by someone in your blind spot we are here to help you. Accidents caused by blind spots are common across the United States. Determining which driver is responsible can be a difficult task.

Whether you were the driver that had the blind spot, or you attempted to change lanes or merge, it is important to determine who is responsible. After an investigation of the accident, it may be determined that both drivers are at fault. California law allows a driver who is partially at fault to recover.

Even a driver that is 99% responsible for a car accident can recover for their damages. Arash Law has decades of experience helping people get the recovery they are entitled to even if they are partially responsible for the accident. Our Contra Costa County injury firm is committed to ensuring that our clients get the money they need to start putting their lives back together after an accident.

What Are Common Types of Car Accidents That Occur in California?

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Rear-End Accidents

These accidents are usually caused by closely following the vehicle ahead of you. Rear-end accidents occur when a driver hits your car from behind. Common injuries related to rear-end accidents include concussions, whiplash, broken ribs, etc.

Even with a rear-end accident, liability may not be clear. There may be more than one driver. That is why you need to have a solid and talented legal team behind you when you have been in a rear-end accident.

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Head-on Collisions

Head-on accidents are often caused by distracted or negligent driving, including driving under the influence. A head-on collision is caused when two or more vehicles travel in different directions and hit their front ends. Common injuries resulting from a head-on collision are broken bones, internal injuries, cuts, bruises, etc.

You will need an experienced attorney in Contra Costa County to help you navigate the process of assigning liability. Contact the injury attorneys led by Arash Khorsandi, Esq. to get the assistance that you need today.

Traffic Accident Rollovers
Rollovers

Rollovers are often the result of distracted driving or failing to account for poor weather conditions. A rollover accident happens when a large vehicle loses control and flips over on its side or topples all the way over. Typical injuries for rollover accidents include spinal cord injuries, broken bones, concussions, etc.

It may be difficult to determine liability in these types of cases. You need to have the decades of experience that our legal team offers to help you get the recovery that you deserve.

T-Bone Accidents

T-bone accidents can be caused by negligent driving. A T-bone accident happens when the front end of one vehicle collides with the side of another car. Injuries that commonly occur as a result of T-bone accidents can vary.

However, blunt force trauma commonly occurs after an accident of this type. Other injuries can include concussion, whiplash, broken bones, cuts, and bruises.

Motorcycle Accident
$1,550,000.00
Largest motorcycle settlement in Tulare County in 2021; client suffered spinal and wrist injuries.
–  Judd Ross Allen
What Are Some Common Types of Personal Injuries?
Your injuries can vary depending on the type of accident you were involved in. Although any damage disrupts your life, some injuries can cause life-altering results. The Contra Costa accident lawyers at Arash Law headed by Arash Khorsandi have decades of experience getting successful outcomes for clients who have suffered injuries like.
  • Severe neck pain
  • Whiplash
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Bone fracture
  • Injury to internal organs
  • Loss of hearing or vision
  • Internal bleeding
  • Burns
  • Crushing injuries
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Severe neck pain
  • Whiplash
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Bone fracture
  • Injury to internal organs
  • Loss of hearing or vision
  • Internal bleeding
  • Burns
  • Crushing injuries
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
What Are Some Common Car Accident Injuries?

Although every car accident is unique, some common injuries can occur. Car accident victims may suffer anything from cuts and bruises to severe injuries that require multiple surgeries to recover. Some common car accident injuries include:

  • Whiplash
  • Concussions and other head injuries
  • Back and spinal cord injuries
  • Facial injuries
  • Burns
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Knee trauma
  • Internal bleeding
  • Arm injuries
  • Wrist injuries
  • Neck injury
  • Broken clavicle
  • Broken shoulder
  • Ruptured or herniated discs in the back
  • Broken jaws and other dental injuries
  • Loss of the ability to speak
  • Tinnitus
  • Whiplash
  • Concussions and other head injuries
  • Back and spinal cord injuries
  • Facial injuries
  • Burns
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Knee trauma
  • Internal bleeding
  • Arm injuries
  • Wrist injuries
  • Neck injury
  • Broken clavicle
  • Broken shoulder
  • Ruptured or herniated discs in the back
  • Broken jaws and other dental injuries
  • Loss of the ability to speak
  • Tinnitus
These accidents are caused by multiple factors. This list is not exhaustive. Our Contra Costa firm has had decades of experience getting recovery for clients who have suffered these injuries and many other types of damages. We are excited to assist you.
What Should I Do if I Get in a Car Accident?
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Step One: Check for Injuries

Make sure you and your passengers are okay after a car accident. Seek medical attention right away if necessary. If you have serious injuries, call an ambulance.

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Step Two: Observe the Scene

It is essential to preserve the scene as much as possible. Talk to the other driver if they do not have injuries that need immediate medical attention. Take pictures of any damages, the vehicles, and anything else you think should be documented. Then call the police to create an accident report.

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Step Three: Call Our Contra Costa Firm
You need a qualified injury attorney in Contra Costa County to help you get the compensation you deserve. Our experienced lawyers will help you understand your rights. Led by famous attorney Arash Khorsandi, the lawyers at Arash Law can help you avoid paying for medical bills or property damage you’re not responsible for.

How Can a Contra Costa County Accident Attorney Help Me?

We want to help you become whole again. You need and deserve to be compensated for your injury. Medical bills, property damage, and mental anguish have a dollar value. Our renowned personal injury firm works very hard to investigate the accident to ensure that you recover the compensation you are entitled to.
We work with various experts to form a complete idea about your case. We work with the following types of experts to determine liability. These expert opinions help us know what your case is worth. These expert opinions help us start to structure our representation:
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  • Investigators
  • Accident reconstructions
  • Traffic specialists
  • Investigators
  • Accident reconstructions
  • Traffic specialists

To get a precise idea of what your case is worth, we take the following steps:

  • Review police reports
  • Consult with doctors who specialize in treating the type of injury that you may have
  • Research safety history of the vehicles involved

We are committed to getting you the best result. Here are some of the areas where we have had great success:

  • Poor road design or dangerous roads
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Hit-and-run accidents
  • Multi-vehicle accidents
  • Adverse weather conditions
  • Vehicle design defects
  • Rear-end accidents
  • Uninsured/ underinsured motorists
  • Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing accidents
  • Poor road design or dangerous roads
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Hit-and-run accidents
  • Multi-vehicle accidents
  • Adverse weather conditions
  • Vehicle design defects
  • Rear-end accidents
  • Uninsured/ underinsured motorists
  • Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing accidents

What Happens if I am Involved in a Hit-And-Run Accident?

A hit-and-run accident happens when a driver causes an accident and leaves the scene. After a hit-and-run accident, the driver that caused the accident does not exchange insurance or contact information and does not report the accident. Being involved in a hit-and-run accident is frustrating because you have no information about the person responsible for causing you harm.

A hit-and-run driver may have what they see as valid reasons for leaving the scene. Sometimes drivers believe they will be charged with multiple criminal charges like driving without a license or driving under the influence. The driver may even be afraid because the car is stolen.

Whatever the reason for the hit-and-run, your injury should be compensated. So, what do you do when you do not have any information about the responsible driver? Arash Law founded by Arash Khorsandi, Esq. has decades of experience in recovering damages for our clients even if they are victims of a hit-and-run accident.
Unfortunately, if you are the victim of a hit-and-run accident, you will likely have to use your uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance policy. Even your very own car insurance company can force red tape on you. However, we stand up for your right to get the compensation you need, even if your insurance company resists.
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My Vehicle is Defective. What Do I Do if I Get Hurt?

We all know that companies are concerned with their bottom lines. Car manufacturers are no exception. However, with so much attention to the bottom line, car manufacturers often forget important details about making a car correctly. But lax standards in manufacturing can cause tragic events. Our firm has vast experience fighting for victims of vehicle manufacturing defects.

In our decades of experience, we have recovered compensation for damages caused by:

  • Defective brakes
  • Defective door latch
  • Fuel tank defects
  • Automatic seat reclining mechanism failure
  • Defective airbag design
  • Rollovers caused by a bad design
  • Defective tires
  • Transmission defects

A scary realization is knowing that a manufacturing defect can cause an accident without warning. What do you do when you are hit with an accident because of a design defect? You contact the exceptional attorneys at our Contra Costa firm. You act as your representative against a large corporation that is avoiding liability. We fight for you while you do what is important-heal.

California has a lemon law in effect for poorly manufactured vehicles. California’s lemon law allows customers to be compensated for defective car parts that impair the use, value, or safety of a new car purchased in California. The lemon law covers severe defects that the car manufacturer cannot repair or any defect that caused the vehicle to be unable to use for at least 30 days since it was purchased. If both conditions are met, then the car is considered a lemon, and the vehicle owner may be entitled to compensation.

If an owner has a defective vehicle, they can be compensated in one of two ways. First, the owner can choose to have the manufacturer replace or repair the car, or the owner can request a refund from the manufacturer. It is not just vehicles that are subject to pay compensation. Any manufacturer of a defective product is strictly liable for damage caused by the product.

A company is strictly liable for the harm, meaning that it does not matter whether it was negligent; it still must pay. Our expert legal team will thoroughly investigate the cause of your accident. We will develop a strategy to win your case throughout our investigation and find who is responsible for your harm. We preserve any evidence, including evidence that exposes designed flaws and negligent maintenance that led to your injuries. We are committed to getting you the compensation you deserve.

What if I Have a Car Accident Because the Roads Are Dangerous?

If you are injured because of a dangerous road in California, call our personal injury law firm immediately. Way too often, Californians are injured because of poorly maintained roadways or roadways that are just poorly designed. California is a densely populated state. Because of the bustling roads, it is of the utmost importance to have well-maintained and well-designed roads.

The state or county may be liable for injuries caused to its citizens by negligent maintenance or design. Arash Law and the team headed by Arash Khorsandi will expertly find who is responsible and fight for you to receive compensation. Our accident attorneys in Contra Costa County have recovered over $500 million in damages for plaintiffs injured because of poorly designed and maintain roadways. Some of our client’s cases have involved:

  • Poor visibility because of overhanging vegetation
  • Lack of warning signs
  • Lack of guard rails
  • Failure to warn drivers about crosswalks
  • Short entrance and exit ramps that make merging difficult
  • Improper banking of roads
  • Lack of reflective markings that can be seen after dark
  • Lack of variation in the road surface, such as rumble strips, to warn drivers of hazards or upcoming changes in the roadway
  • Inadequate shoulder
  • Allowing passing when visibility is usually restricted by weather, hills, or curves

You have recourse if you are hurt after having an accident on a dangerous road. You sue for the damages depending on whether you were injured on a private road or a public road. If you are hurt on a public road, you must file a claim with the appropriate government agency within six months of your injury. The government agency accepts your claim; then, you must sue within two years of the acceptance.

If you are hurt on a private road, you must file a lawsuit against the private entity within two years of having the accident. When it comes to suing government entities, lawsuits can get complicated. That is why you need to ensure that you have the best legal team to help you navigate these muddy waters. We have decades of experience assisting clients and advocating for our clients against prominent defendants and government agencies. Call our Contra Costa accident attorneys today if you have been injured due to a dangerous road.

What Types of Compensation Can I Expect?

When you are injured in an accident, your injuries can take many forms. And just like your injuries can be in many different forms, the damages can also be various. Damages typically take one of two primary forms. Injuries are either economic or non-economic.

Economic Damages Include:
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Lost wages
  • Property damages
  • Bills for medical procedures, surgery, pharmaceutical, and rehabilitation costs
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Lost wages
  • Property damages
  • Bills for medical procedures, surgery, pharmaceutical, and rehabilitation costs
Non-economic Damages Include:
  • Pain and suffering
  • Physical pain
  • Disability
  • Emotional distress
  • Punitive damages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Physical pain
  • Disability
  • Emotional distress
  • Punitive damages

California allows injury victims to seek punitive damages. Punitive damages are designed to punish the defendant. They are recovery that goes above and beyond typical economic damages. Punitive damages awards are used to deter the defendant, and others, from acting in the same way.

Understanding what compensation you are entitled to can be complex. That is why you should contact us immediately after an accident. The Contra Costa County injury attorneys at Arash Law managed by Arash Khorsandi take on the challenge of complicated cases. Not only is it important for us to get our clients the money that they deserve, but it is also part of our mission to make a statement for all Californian drivers to help maintain safe roads.

What Happens if I Am Partially at Fault?

Even if you share some fault that the accident occurred, California still allows you to recover damages. You can recover because California is a pure comparative fault state. That means that recovery for damages is based on the percentage of fault assigned to each party. Since California is a pure comparative fault state, you can recover from your injuries even if a judge finds that you are 99% at fault for the accident.

No matter the cause of the accident, California requires that the correct percentage of fault is assigned in every personal injury case. For example, if the potential recovery is $100,000, but the judge finds that you are 20% at fault, your maximum recovery will be limited to $800,000. California has several negligence doctrines. The negligence doctrines include:

You may have a great case but not realize it because you believe you are at fault and cannot recover. You may not know that you are the victim and are entitled to compensation. You need to act immediately after an accident. Our experienced attorneys can answer all your questions about your rights. If you have been injured in a California accident, call us.

What Are the Long-Term Effects of Injury?

An accident can lead to a wide range of injuries. Some injuries are moderate, like whiplash or fractures. Some injuries are significant and can alter your life permanently. These types of damages will change your life forever. However, you may have never considered the catastrophic effects of these severe injuries. Examples of life-long injuries that you may suffer because of an accident include:

Paralysis
Paralysis is the inability to make bodily movements voluntarily. The condition is caused by nerve damage. Nerve damage is usually caused by a spinal cord injury. Spinal cord injuries are typically caused by high-impact accidents or jolts to the spine.
The severity of paralysis varies. It can be partial or complete paralysis. A paralysis accident can cause a person to be:
  • Monoplegia (unable to move one limb)
  • Paraplegic (unable to move both legs and torso)
  • Quadriplegic (unable to move limbs from the neck down)
  • Monoplegia (unable to move one limb)
  • Paraplegic (unable to move both legs and torso)
  • Quadriplegic (unable to move limbs from the neck down)
In case of a paralyzing accident, you might not be able to do the same type of work or work in the same industry. You may have to hire a caregiver. The expense is not your fault. Our team of attorneys at Arash Law headed by Arash Khorsandi can help you receive fair compensation if you suffer this kind of injury.
Traumatic Brain Injury
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is typically caused by a catastrophic blow to the head. A TBI causes progressive brain dysfunction. A car accident can cause a TBI by the strong impact on any part of the vehicle or thrown from the car. A traumatic brain injury can have life-long effects that can range from unstable mood, depression, memory loss, amnesia, and loss of the ability to create new memories.
Some of the more common types of TBI include:
  • Concussion
  • Contusion
  • Penetrating
  • Injury
  • Anoxic brain injury
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a common injury to the brain caused by traumatic events. This is another type of brain damage seen in professional football players. This is caused by repeated head trauma. CTE cannot be diagnosed until after an autopsy.
  • Concussion
  • Contusion
  • Penetrating
  • Injury
  • Anoxic brain injury
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a common injury to the brain caused by traumatic events. This is another type of brain damage seen in professional football players. This is caused by repeated head trauma. CTE cannot be diagnosed until after an autopsy.
Loss of Hearing or Vision
The inability to hear or see will cause your life to change completely. It will more likely than not cause your work to change. It will change how you interact with family and friends and how you navigate the world. The significant changes that you will suffer call for compensation. Our proficient Contra Costa accident attorneys have decades of experience in helping people who suffer catastrophic loss receive the recovery they deserve.
Amputation
Amputation of one or more limbs or body parts has physical and emotional effects. Aside from the physical limitations, some of the emotional consequences of amputation include:
  • Phantom limb pain
  • Depression
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Phantom limb pain
  • Depression
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is an emotional side effect after suffering extreme trauma. Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder vary from person to person. Some symptoms may include agitation, irritability, hostility, flashbacks, irrational fear, severe anxiety.
 
Experiencing these symptoms may make you feel like a different person than before the accident. Emotional trauma deserves compensation. Our skilled legal team has decades of experience helping clients who have suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder start their road to recovery.
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$610,000
Personal Injury Settlement
Our client was the victim of a rear-end accident who was left injured and severely in pain. Arash Law was able to outshine other injury law firms when he searched online, and thankfully we were able to handle everything for our client from A to Z — All that he had to do was ask and focus on his recovery. Our client’s life has changed forever, and the compensation received for the pain and suffering has opened paths for new lifelong opportunities.
Personal Injury Settlement
Our client was the victim of a rear-end accident who was left injured and severely in pain. Arash Law was able to outshine other injury law firms when he searched online, and thankfully we were able to handle everything for our client from A to Z — All that he had to do was ask and focus on his recovery. Our client’s life has changed forever, and the compensation received for the pain and suffering has opened paths for new lifelong opportunities.

Call Us Today to Speak with a Contra Costa County Accident Lawyer

You need a good team around you after an accident. The lawyers at Arash Law led by Arash Khorsandi are committed to being a part of your team. Our holistic approach focuses on the law but does not forget that we serve humans and are here to help you get back to normal. We approach each case with empathy, compassion, and fierce legal skill.

There is no fee for your initial consultation. We will never charge a fee unless we can collect compensation for your damages. Time is of the essence when an accident happens. If you have been in an accident, call us today at 1-(888) 488-1391 or contact us online to schedule your free case evaluation with an accident attorney in Contra Costa County.

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