For nearly 40 years, we have earned an undisputed track record of success by obtaining recoveries in more than 99% of our cases for a total of $850 million for accident victims and their families from insurance companies and corporate defendants. GJEL Accident Attorneys has extensive experience with all types of serious injury cases, including wrongful death and insurance claims and disputes.
The professional and personal care that everyone in your firm has extended to our family has been beyond compare.-M. and S.
Key Practice Areas
We're experts in accident reconstruction & help our clients medical, vehicle repair and replacement, rental car and other bills from day one.
We’ve successfully handled hundreds of bicycle accident cases with a success rate of over 99%, and we routinely resolve our cases more quickly and more successfully than less-experienced bicycle accident lawyers.
We will get your bike fixed and back to its original condition. We will NOT let the insurance company nickel-and-dime you. We fight the bias against motorcyclists every day–and win.
We have successfully resolved hundreds of pedestrian accident cases and obtained well over $25 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients who were injured as pedestrians.
Meet our Attorneys
As partner Andy Gillin is fond of saying, “We love fighting for the little guy.” We all began our careers in public service, and while the cases have gotten larger and more complex along the way, that hasn’t changed our firm’s focus. We're still proud of our community involvement over 40 years later. The one-on-one relationships with our clients are truly important for every member of our firm, and we maintain friendships with our clients long after we’ve won their cases. We invite you to get to know each of our attorneys better by visiting their profiles.
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the GJEL Blog
GJEL’s blog is led by GJEL attorney Jim Larsen and Jason Arango, and jointly maintained by our community outreach team. We focus on issues of road safety for drivers, passengers, riders, cyclists and pedestrians, as well as important issues related to the legal community.
- October 17, 2016The density of TNC use along popular commercial corridors and destinations in cities like San Francisco has come into conflict with how streets are designed.Read More
- October 3, 2016Recently, the City made a perplexing change to the design that relocated the parking attendant kiosk into the middle of the bike lane...Read More
Absent federal, state, and regional leadership, cities and counties seek transportation funding this NovemberSeptember 26, 2016Facing congested and deteriorating infrastructure, California voters will decide on an unprecedented 16+ transportation measures on this November’s ballot.Read More