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We’re a litigation firm dedicated to obtaining justice on behalf of anyone who has suffered a personal injury, with offices in California including: Orange County, Riverside, Los Angeles and San Bernardino, and in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Our premier team has been serving clients for over 30 years by tackling a variety of personal injury and wrongful death cases including premises liability, product liability, car accidents, dog bites, nursing home negligence, bicycle accidents, at-work injuries and more.

We only represent people, not corporations or big insurance companies and we’ve spent the last three decades fighting for our people; giving them our personal care and attention every step of the way, getting them the settlements they deserve.

We are proud to further serve our clients by billing by contingency fee only – this means that our representation comes at no cost to you unless we win your case – and we plan to. Our firm has already served over 25,000 people and has recovered countless millions. We are AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and are certified members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which comprises less than 1% of all U.S. attorneys.

William Seegmiller founded The Seegmiller Law Firm over 30 years ago with the sole focus of serving individuals and families who have experienced serious personal injuries. He has a deep knowledge on how to successfully approach death and injury cases, resulting in settlements totaling in excess of one hundred fifty million dollars ($150,000,000). Mr. Seegmiller served as a Pro Tem judge for the California Supreme Court for ten years in addition to serving as a mediator. He is also a member of the Professional Association of the Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, The American Bar Association, The Consumer Attorneys of California, and the American Association for Justice.

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We are proud to further serve our clients by billing by contingency fee only - this means that our representation comes at no cost to you unless we win your case - and we plan to. Our firm has already served over 25,000 people and has recovered countless millions. We are AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and are certified members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which comprises less than 1% of all U.S. attorneys.

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PIXLEY: Earlimart Bicyclist, 68, Killed in Traffic Accident on Road 128 at Avenue 84

PIXLEY: Earlimart Bicyclist, 68, Killed in Traffic Accident on Road 128 at Avenue 84-file photo

PIXLEY: Earlimart Bicyclist, 68, Killed in Traffic Accident on Road 128 at Avenue 84-file photo

Norma Valladares identified as driver who struck and killed bicyclist

PIXLEY, CALIFORNIA (May 29, 2015) – According to an article from the Fresno Bee, a Earlimart bicyclist was struck and killed by the driver of an Infinity sedan at the intersection of Road 128 and Avenue 84 on Friday, May 15.

The article indicated that the bicycle fatality occurred at approximately 8:20 a.m., May 15th, when Norma V. Valladares, the 40-year-old driver of an Infinity G35, struck the victim on the northbound Road 128.

The sixty-year-old Earlimart resident was attempting a left hand turn before being struck by the passenger side of Valladares’ car, said the article.

Subsequently, the victim was ejected off his seat and suffered critical injuries which as a result killed the bicyclist, who reportedly did not wear his helmet, said police.

Currently, this is a developing story and further information will be made readily available once the final investigation concludes by the local authorities.

“Drivers tend to forget that the road belongs to everyone, including pedestrians and bicyclists,” said Attorney West Seegmiller.  “Unfortunately, these incidents tend to happen too often.”

On behalf of the staff of the Seegmiller Law Firm, our deepest sympathies go out to the family and loved ones of the deceased party.

It can be hard to deal with certain practicalities after losing a loved one, but our legal team at The Seegmiller Law Firm believes that the person who caused you and your family’s suffering should be held accountable for their reckless actions in these types of occurrences including car accidents, pedestrian accidents, and worst-case scenarios, wrongful deaths . With offices available in Pixley, Bakersfield, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Newport Beach and many other cities throughout California, our professional team of attorneys offer our personal care to those who are in dire need of help and guidance through these painful experiences.  Speak with us about what happened to your loved one and find out how we can provide the legal support you need by calling (877) 557-4239 today.

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BIGGS: Fatality Reported in Search and Rescue Mission on Palm Avenue at Larkin Road

BIGGS: Fatality Reported in Search and Rescue Mission on Palm Avenue at Larkin Road-file photo

BIGGS: Fatality Reported in Search and Rescue Mission on Palm Avenue at Larkin Road-file photo

A Search and Rescue team locates victim killed in car crash

BIGGS, CALIFORNIA (May 29, 2015) –According to a California Highway Patrol press release, a search and rescue team was deployed on Monday afternoon to the intersection of Palm Avenue and Larkin Road to locate a victim whose car had crashed, and the victim reported missing.

What began as simply patrol officers assisting other departments of search and rescue turned out to be an incident in which a fatality was found.

The search and rescue team arrived at the location at 5:08 p.m.

They found the site of a fatal car accident that killed at least one person.

Two hours later, tow trucks arrived to collect the wreckage found for evidence.

The name of the deceased has been withheld until further notice.  Currently, there were no leads as to what happened in the incident.

This is a developing story and more information will be revealed in the pending investigation.

“Sadly, there are no words that can comfort all family members and friends affected by this tragic accident,” said Attorney West Seegmiller.  “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those involved.”

It can be hard to deal with certain practicalities after losing a loved one, but our legal team at The Seegmiller Law Firm believes that the person who caused you and your family’s suffering should be held accountable for their reckless actions in these types of occurrences including car accidents, pedestrian-related accidents, and worst-case scenarios, wrongful deaths . With offices available in Butte County, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and many other cities throughout California, our professional team of attorneys offer our personal care to those who are in dire need of help and guidance through these painful experiences.  Speak with us about what happened to your loved one and find out how we can provide the legal support you need by calling (877) 557-4239 today.

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POMONA: Infant Struck and Killed by Vehicle on Ninth Street near Waters Avenue

POMONA: Infant Struck and Killed by Vehicle on Ninth Street near Waters Avenue-file photo

POMONA: Infant Struck and Killed by Vehicle on Ninth Street near Waters Avenue-file photo

Child succumbed to injuries despite medical treatment

POMONA, CALIFORNIA (May 28, 2015) –According to a news report from the Daily Bulletin, a baby barely over twelve months old has been struck and killed by a van Wednesday evening at the intersection of West Ninth Street and South Waters Avenue.

The fatal crash took place at approximately six o’clock in the evening, near the intersection of West Ninth Street and South Waters Avenue, reported Pomona Police Department Sgt. William Tucker.

Officers responded to the dispatch and found a single van involved in the incident that killed the small child.

The driver of the van remained at the scene, reported the police.  She was compliant and cooperated with the investigators at the scene.

The victim, a 12-month old baby, was airlifted to County USC Hospital by the paramedics, but unfortunately was not able to overcome his injuries, said police.

The identity of the infant who was struck has been withheld until further news updates.

The identity of the driver at fault also remains withheld at the moment.

Currently, the fatal crash is currently under investigation by the authorities, including the Pomona Police Department’s Major Accident Investigations Team and the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office to determine the circumstances and liability in this crash.

Further information will be released as it is reported in subsequent news updates.

“Tragically, there are no words to describe the horrific event that has transpired last evening,” said Attorney West Seegmiller.  “I wish for only peace and comfort to the family of the young infant, whose life was taken away so suddenly.”

From the Seegmiller Law Firm, our heartfelt condolences go out to the mother and father of the infant killed in this truck accident.

Losing a loved one is an extremely difficult time for any family member or friend affected by a tragedy. If you have lost a loved one due to someone’s negligence, you may have the right to a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible party. With offices available in Pomona, Riverside, Newport Beach, Los Angeles, and other cities in San Bernardino County and throughout Southern California, our firm strongly encourages anyone who may find themselves in this situation to give us a call today at (877) 557-4239. At The Seegmiller Law Firm, we will fight hard to obtain the care you deserve and just compensation that you and your family are entitled.

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