Qué hacer después de un accidente de Motocicleta

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Qué hacer después de un accidente de motocicleta

Sabemos que es difícil pensar con claridad o saber a quién recurrir después de un accidente de motocicleta. Sigue nuestra guía a continuación:

Póngase en contacto con la policía de inmediato

El primer paso, si puede, es llamar a la policía. La ley de California requiere que se detenga, llame a la policía y haga que la policía complete un informe policial.

Llamar por ayuda

Si el accidente resultó en una lesión, esté seguro y llame a una ambulancia. Un operador del 911 enviará una ambulancia y un equipo de policía a la escena.

Intercambiar información

Debe intercambiar su nombre, dirección e información de seguro con el otro conductor involucrado en el accidente. Solicite ver la licencia de conducir, el registro y la tarjeta de seguro. Copie toda la información y guárdela en un lugar seguro. Cuando llegue la policía, copie el nombre, el número de placa y el recinto del oficial para que su abogado pueda obtener una copia del informe policial.

No hacer declaraciones

Protéjase, deje que su abogado maneje el caso. Intercambie información con el otro controlador, pero no haga declaraciones, participe en argumentos ni diga nada que pueda ser usado en su contra en el futuro.


Intente obtener el nombre, la dirección y el número de teléfono de cualquier testigo del accidente.

Tratamiento médico

Obtenga tratamiento médico inmediato en un hospital de emergencia o clínica médica. Asegúrese de informarle al médico sobre cualquier queja y lesión que tenga como resultado del accidente. Recuerde que algunas lesiones internas pueden no aparecer de inmediato.

Notificar a su seguro

Siempre que tenga un accidente que implique una lesión o daño a la propiedad, notifique a su compañía de seguros. Si no notifica a su compañía de seguros INMEDIATAMENTE después del accidente, tienen derecho a negarse a cubrir el reclamo.

No pague honorarios por adelantado cuando trabaje con las oficinas legales de Daniel Vega

Cuando trabaje con Daniel Vega, no pagará honorarios por adelantado y recibirá una consulta gratuita. Nos aseguraremos de que reciba un trato justo y reciba una compensación justa después de un accidente automovilístico.

Póngase en contacto con las Oficinas Legales de Daniel Vega hoy al (415) 287-6200.

Sirviendo a todo el Área de la Bahía de San Francisco, incluyendo Oakland, San José y las ciudades cercanas del Área de la Bahía.

“No-rehire” or agreeing to “Not Apply” for future positions legal?

Does your settlement agreement include a none apply or rehire clause? Here’s an example that is common;

“REEMPLOYMENT. Employee represents and agrees that her employment with Employer terminated and will not be re-employed by Employer and that Employee will not apply for or otherwise seek employment with Employer at any time.”

Recently Assembly Bill 749 passed in California. This bill now prohibits employers from including “no-rehire” clauses in settlement agreements. This frequently a contentious issue for plaintiffs wanting to apply for future positions, job vacancies and promotions.  Furthermore, employers in exchange for a settlement frequently request plaintiffs who are still employed to resign if they are still employed and not to seek future employment.   This tactic and/or leverage has been commonplace tool of the defense bar.

There is an exception if the employer made a good faith determination of sexual harassment or assault by the employee entering into the agreement. We will keep tabs on how this bill is implemented in the future!

San Francisco Employment and Personal Injury Lawyer

As an experienced lawyer specializing in personal injury and employment law serving across the Bay Area, Daniel Vega knows what to do to help you get the compensation you deserve. For professional help, call 415-287-6200 or use our online contact form.

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