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SAN FRANCISCO, California (July 21, 2013) – A motorcyclist was struck and severely injured on the northbound side of the US 101 just south of the Grand Avenue onramp, according to a dispatch report filed by the California Highway Patrol.

Just after 10 p.m., CHP officers received a 911 call informing them that a motorcycle had been struck by a vehicle, and after flipping off the bike, flying into the center divider, the rider was laying in the roadway.

Emergency officials arrived on scene, and paramedics transported the motorcyclist to a nearby hospital with serious injuries.

The California Highway Patrol is investigating the accident.

“Motorcyclists are often times overlooked on the roadways,” said Attorney West Seegmiller of Seegmiller Law Firm. “Drivers are often times distracted on the roadways, and if you are someone you know are injured as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault you should be properly compensated.”

About The Seegmiller Law Firm

If you have been injured in a car accident in San Francisco, The Seegmiller Law Firm may be able to help you. We work hard to obtain justice for victims and their families who suddenly find themselves facing medical bills, funeral costs and lost income due to an unexpected car accident.

The law firm has recovered more than $100 million in settlements and verdicts for its clients in counties throughout California. Our attorneys are passionate about defending their clients against insurance companies and corporations who typically attempt to downplay the value of their claim.

Call for a free consultation with one of our attorneys at 1-855-275-9378 or visit our website at theseegmillerlawfirm.com.

Sources: http://cad.chp.ca.gov

(Copyright ©2013 The Seegmiller Law Firm. All Rights Reserved.)

SAN FRANCISCO, California (July 21, 2013) – A pedestrian was struck and severely injured on the southbound side of the US 101 just south of the 10th Street onramp, according to a dispatch report filed by the California Highway Patrol.

Just after 10 p.m., CHP officers received a 911 call informing them that a pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle, and was laying in the middle of the roadway.

Emergency officials arrived on scene, and paramedics transported the pedestrian to a nearby hospital with serious injuries.

The California Highway Patrol is investigating the accident.

California Pedestrian Accident Law:  Under California Vehicle Code Section 21950 (a) a driver must yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing the roadway within any marked crosswalk or within any unmarked crosswalk at an intersection, said Attorney West Seegmiller, of Seegmiller Law Firm. Also, drivers are required to slow down when a pedestrian is in the roadway and be alert for any crossings.

“There are exceptions in the law, however, such as pedestrians are required to watch out for their own safety,” Seemiller said. “This means they cannot suddenly leave a curb and walk or run into the path of a vehicle. Also, pedestrians should not unnecessarily stop or delay traffic while in a marked or unmarked crosswalk.”

However, if a pedestrian does step into the roadway suddenly the driver must still make every effort to safely stop or avoid hitting them whether it’s a marked or unmarked crosswalk, Seegmiller said.

About The Seegmiller Law Firm

If you have been injured in a car accident in San Francisco, The Seegmiller Law Firm may be able to help you. We work hard to obtain justice for victims and their families who suddenly find themselves facing medical bills, funeral costs and lost income due to an unexpected car accident.

The law firm has recovered more than $100 million in settlements and verdicts for its clients in counties throughout California. Our attorneys are passionate about defending their clients against insurance companies and corporations who typically attempt to downplay the value of their claim.

Call for a free consultation with one of our attorneys at 1-855-275-9378 or visit our website at theseegmillerlawfirm.com.

Sources: http://cad.chp.ca.gov

(Copyright ©2013 The Seegmiller Law Firm. All Rights Reserved.)