Client was a female bicycle rider, biking home from work in San Francisco, when she was struck at a high rate of speed by a red light running Town Car. Client was lawfully crossing the street in a cross walk when the crash occurred. Client sustained a severe concussion, several straining/spraining injuries, and abrasions as a result of the collision.
Plaintiff suffered serious personal injuries when a large plate glass window shattered on him while he was working out at a 24 Hour Fitness club in Oakland. Claims of premises liability, negligence and negligence per se were brought against 24 Hour Fitness and the building’s owner, arguing the plate glass window should have been made of safety tempered glass rather than untempered plate glass. Matter settled shortly before trial after client successfully defeated a Motion for Summary Judgment.
Client was a cyclist in San Francisco who was clipped by a car and thrown off of her bike in a hit and run incident. She suffered severe injuries to her ankle. While the offending driver was never located, Mr. Wimert was able to recover client’s policy limits under the uninsured driver provision of her policy of auto insurance.
Client was a pedestrian crossing in a downtown San Francisco crosswalk who suffered a degloving injury when a truck driver drove over her foot. The matter was resolved prior to the commencement of litigation and involved recoveries against both the at-fault driver and under client’s underinsured motorist coverage.
Client was a pedestrian who was struck in a crosswalk while walking home, suffering serious injuries to her knee and ankle. The matter was resolved prior to the commencement of litigation.
Ms. Cannon was returning home on her evening commute when she slipped and fell on dangerously rain-slickened tile at the Pittsburg/Baypoint BART Station, suffering serious injuries to her knees and wrists. Over the course of several years of litigation, Heinrich Law established that BART had prior knowledge of the condition which rendered the subject tile dangerous during rain storms. Despite this knowledge, BART had taken no efforts to correct or mitigate the problem. This matter was resolved at a court-ordered settlement conference just weeks before trial.