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Anderson Franco, Esq.

Anderson Franco, Esq.

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Anderson Franco has dedicated his career to the representation of injured clients. This includes those who have been involved in slip-and-fall accidents, construction accidents, and vehicle accidents. In both jury trials and bench trial, he was the leading lawyer. He has successfully argued motions before California courts, such as motions to discover and summary judgement. He has dealt with cases involving more than 60 people and complex cases. Truck accidents on highways and roads are not uncommon in the United States. The accidents may cause severe injury or death. They can also result in extensive damage to property. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there have been more than 4,500 deaths from truck accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that there have been over 4,000 deaths in truck accidents. Truck accidents can be caused by driver error, defective vehicles and bad weather. Driver error can include speeding, distracted driving, and driving under the effects of alcohol. Many truck drivers work long shifts with very little sleep. Vehicle malfunctions can cause tire blowouts, brake issues and steering problems. Truck accidents can be more likely to occur when the weather is bad. This includes rain, fog and snow. Workers' compensation insurance provides benefits for employees injured at work or sickened by their job. The benefits can include medical care, disability payments for temporary and permanent disabilities, vocational rehabilitation, retraining, and disability benefits. Workers' compensation was created to protect employees from financial hardships resulting from workplace accidents and illnesses, and help them return to their jobs. Employers are required in most states including California to have workers' compensation coverage to pay for these benefits. The workers' compensation system is no-fault, meaning that the employee does not have to prove their employer at fault to get benefits.


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