Handling All Types Of Motor Vehicle Accidents
At Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora, our passion is achieving results on behalf of people like you. We know how a motor vehicle accident can change your life and burden your family with staggering emotional and financial costs. Our California personal injury lawyers are here to lift that burden and seek the compensation you deserve.
From our Sacramento headquarters, we serve clients nationwide who have been affected by:
- Car accidents — Our law firm has extensive experience with auto accidents of all kinds, from crashes caused by texting or drunk driving to rollovers and rear-end crashes.
- Bus collisions — We handle cases involving school buses, public transportation buses, privately chartered buses and others.
- Motorcycle crashes — Whether the accident was caused by a careless driver, faulty roadway design or a defective bike part, we have the skill you seek.
- Truck accidents — We represent those injured by 18-wheelers, utility trucks, delivery trucks and other large vehicles.
Our Cases Have Ranged From Record-Breaking To Unusual
Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora has a reputation for resolving motor vehicle accident claims and wrongful death claims of all kinds. In some, we have obtained record-breaking results on behalf of our clients. One such case involved a lawsuit against Ford Motor Co. for the wrongful death of a 45-year-old man after the tires on his van failed. We obtained the largest verdict in the history of Sacramento County: more than $70 million.
Our attorneys have also handled a wide array of unusual cases, such as the one involving an elderly woman who was seriously injured when a horse escaped from a nearby ranch and ran in front of her vehicle. (We obtained a settlement for $1.96 million.)
Learn How Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora, LLP, Can Assist
No matter your case, you can count on us for an honest and free evaluation. We charge contingency fees, which means you owe us nothing until we win or settle your case. Call us or email our office today.