• $285,000

    Golden Gate Park Pedestrian Accident

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  • $325,000

    Elderly Woman Injured in Medical Transport Van

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  • $338,000

    Passenger in Youth Group Van Accident

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  • $417,500

    Car Accident on I-80 in Berkeley

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  • $575,000

    Elderly Woman Injured in San Francisco Accident

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  • $690,000

    High-Speed Auto Accident in Berkeley

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  • $700,000

    Marin County Motorcycle Accident

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  • $1 million

    Passenger Injured in Big Rig Accident

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  • $1.1 million

    $1.1 Million Auto Accident Settlement

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  • $1.75 million

    Car Accident on Interstate 80

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  • $1.5 million

    Car Accident with Internal Injuries

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For more examples, see all our case results.

Examples of Car Accident Settlement Amount

2021 in San Jose Settled for 1.1 Million Dollars
2022 in San Francisco Settled for $500,000
2020 in Sacramento Car accident settled for $900,000
2021 in Gilroy Auto Crash settled for $100,000 policy limit
2020 in Oakland Settled for $500,000 out of court

How much to expect from car accident settlement California?

It is difficult to estimate the exact amount of money that can be recovered from a car accident lawsuit in California, as each case is unique and depends on various factors. These factors may include the severity of the injuries, the amount of medical expenses and lost wages, the extent of property damage, and the at-fault party’s insurance coverage.

Additionally, the skill and experience of the personal injury attorney handling the case can also affect the outcome of the lawsuit. However, it is important to note that California law allows for recovery of both economic and non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of life.

To determine the potential value of your car accident lawsuit, it is recommended to consult with a qualified and experienced personal injury attorney who can evaluate your case and provide you with an estimate of the damages that you may be able to recover.