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Farar & Lewis LLP, is a premier San Francisco personal injury law firm. Our personal injury attorneys in SF, focus on one thing exclusively – helping clients get compensation, and justice. Our SF personal injury lawyers have over 30 years of combined experience, and have won over $50 million in combined verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients. Our personal injury lawyers are tried, tested, and battle hardened – which means we can handle virtually any type of personal injury case.

Farar & Lewis LLP was founded on the concept of concierge customer service. We firmly believe in providing each and every client with the best possible level of customer service. We dedicate 100% of our efforts and attention to helping each client get amazing and remarkable results and service. We take fewer clients than other San Francisco personal injury lawyers, and never charge upfront fees. We never get paid, unless and until – we win your case. We offer a risk free consultation and can come to you, at the hospital, or home to discuss your case.

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3 Reasons To Choose Farar & Lewis

  • Personal Attention

    Our San Francisco personal injury lawyers in providing the best possible level of service and results – regardless of how severe your injuries are. When you hire our law firm, you can speak to your assigned SF personal injury lawyer at any time of day. You can call us, 24/7 – whenever, and wherever, you are. Regardless of what you need help with, our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to helping you. We are available 24/7, to help you – get your car repaired, get you medical help, or anything else. Our personal injury lawyers handle everything for you.

  • Respected Lawyers

    Our San Francisco personal injury law firm is a recognized leader in the state of California. Our firm has won 10’s of millions of dollars in combined verdicts and compensation for our clients. We’re recognized as  leaders in top lawyer ranking platforms like Super Lawyers, Avvo, Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and many others. If they can trust us, so should you.

  • No Fee Ever. Unless We Win.

    We never charge any upfront fees, ever – in addition, the consultation is free. You can call us any time for advice, and we’re here to help – there’s no cost attached. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don’t get paid unless you get paid. If you never get paid, neither do we. We’re on your side and that means we only get paid WHEN and IF you get paid. You have nothing to lose by working with our San Francisco personal injury lawyers.

-Risk Free Consultation. No Upfront Fees-

If you or someone you know needs help, it will cost you nothing to discuss your injury case with an attorney. Give us a call anytime or contact us via the form below.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I had an accident that almost cost me my life. At first I was not going to pursue a case because, I was thinking how could I afford an attorney being a college student? But Farar Law changed all of..." -Rhyann H.

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  • "I was driving home merging onto the 110 S/B FWY, when I was rear-ended. Immediately, I felt pain to my lower back and neck. Initially I thought I would be okay, but as time went by I wasn't feeling any..." -Robert F.

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  • "My daughter and I, were victims of a drunk driver. He went off the freeway and landed on my vehicle. My back window was shattered and my baby was in the backseat. Luckily we were okay. Sore and bruised, but..." -Amanda Ortega.

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  • "I had an accident that almost cost me my life. At first I was not going to pursue a case because, I was thinking how could I afford an attorney being a college student? But Farar Law changed all of..." -Fabian V.

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How Can Your Attorneys Prove the Other Driver Was at Fault?

In a car crash, it is important that you can prove that the other driver is at fault. This is because it is the only way to ensure that you get the compensation that you are entitled to. How does an attorney go about proving that the other person was responsible for the car crash that you were in?

An Attorney Will Take a Look at Witness Testimony

An attorney will first take a look at witness testimony or any statements given to the police or an insurance company. One or more of those statements may include a statement of guilty by the other party involved in the crash. If that happens, it may be relatively easy to show that he or she is the guilty party without having to spend a lot of time or money on settlement talks or on a formal trial.

Physical Evidence Will Be Looked at as Well

In addition to witness testimony, an attorney will get to review any physical evidence such as a video of the crash scene or pictures of the cars involved. It may also be possible to look at pictures of tire tracks or other evidence that suggests that a driver took actions that were negligent in nature.

Cell Phone or Other Records May Be Analyzed

If a driver is talking on a cell phone at the time of the accident, that is a sign of negligent behavior. An attorney will look at cell phone records to see if a driver was talking on a phone when the wreck happened or if a call had been completed at all in the moments before the crash. The vehicle’s computer may also have records of any texts or social media posts that may have been transmitted through the car’s dashboard.

Was the Other Driver Impaired?

At the accident scene, the officer who responds to the crash may ask both drivers to submit to chemical tests. If the other driver was impaired on alcohol or any other substance, that would be a negligent activity. This may be true even if he or she was under the legal limit established by law. If the other driver fails to submit to any chemical tests, it may be an implication that he or she was guilty, and an attorney will surely point that out during settlement talks or a trial.

Did the Other Driver Fail to Maintain His or Her Lane?

If a driver failed to stay in his or her lane prior to a crash, it is generally that driver’s fault regardless of whether that vehicle was in front of or behind yours. If a driver made a left turn into another lane of traffic, that driver is at fault in almost all cases. The only time a driver making a left turn has right of way is when he or she has a green arrow at a traffic light or they were the most recent vehicle to come to a four-way stop.

Going Too Fast for Road Conditions Is Generally Negligent

When road conditions deteriorate, drivers are expected to slow down or otherwise adjust to maintain a safe following distance. If a driver is going too fast for road conditions, he or she is at fault for the crash regardless of what else may have contributed to the crash. It may be possible to determine how fast a driver was going when the collision occurred and compare it to the posted speed limit. Radar or other weather reports may be used to bolster the claim that road conditions were poor but that the other driver failed to adjust.

If someone hits you while you are driving your car, it could mean serious injuries as well as damage to your vehicle. However, there are many steps that your attorney may take to ensure that you are able to obtain compensation to pay for treatment and to repair damaged property.

If you or someone you know needs help, it will cost you nothing to discuss your injury case with an attorney. Give us a call anytime or contact us via the form below.

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