Practice Areas

Practice Areas

The lawyers at the Wakeford Law Firm are committed and aggressive personal injury attorneys who fight hard to obtain maximum recoveries for our clients’ personal injury claims. We frequently are able to obtain a fair settlement without filing a lawsuit. In other cases, however, a lawsuit may be necessary and is the only alternative. We are experienced trial lawyers who are not afraid to take a case to trial before a jury.

What Kinds of Personal Injury Cases Does The Wakeford Law firm Handle?

Car Accidents

Your life can change in an instant if you are injured in a car accident...

Motorcycle Accidents

The thrill of the open road can come to a halt if you are in a motorcycle accid...

Wrongful Death

Our attorneys represent families who have lost a loved one due to negligence...

Bicycle Accidents

If you are an avid biker, you know how dangerous it can be on the roads...

Truck Accidents

If you've been hit by a truck, you may be entitled to compensation...

Uber / Lyft Accidents

As ridesharing becomes more common, so do accidents...

Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and falls are among the most common types of personal injury claims...

Pedestrian Accidents

If you've been injured by a negligent driver, we can help you...

Brain Injuries

Brain injuries can bring devastating short and long term effects...

If you have been injured as the result of someone else’s negligence, you should contact an experienced injury lawyer right away. If you delay, evidence can be lost and your case may be harmed as a result.

What Kinds of Damages are Available in a Personal Injury Case?

Depending on the facts of your case, you may be entitled to:

How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Time limits in personal injury cases can be complicated so the best way to ensure they are met is to contact a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after an accident occurs. The time limit for filing a lawsuit in a typical personal injury case, such as in car accidents or slip and falls, is ordinarily 2 years from the date of the incident. (Cal. Code Civ. Pro § 335.1).

However, this time limit may be shorter when a governmental entity is involved. In such cases a government claim (sometimes called a “precursor to a lawsuit”) must be filed within 6 months from the date of the incident. Another situation in which the time may be shorter is a case for medical malpractice. In such cases, the time limit is 1 year from the date the injury was discovered or a maximum of 3 years. (Cal. Code Civ. Pro. § 340.5).


Call the attorneys at The Wakeford Law Firm today at 415-569-7495 for a free, no-obligation consultation regarding your car accident. Alternately, you may also submit our simple contact form.