Motorcycle riding is a fun and exciting hobby. Whether you ride your motorcycle regularly or only bring it out on special occasions, it is important that you understand the rules of the road. Understanding road laws can help you make informed choices while you ride. It can also empower you to take action when drivers or other riders cause you harm. Lane splitting is an area that many people misunderstand. For motorcyclists and car drivers alike, it is crucial to
Christopher L. Kreeger, born in Ventura, California, October 2, 1961. Admitted to the bar 1990, California; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California. Education: University of California Santa Barbara (B.A. in Law and Society, 1986); McGeorge School of Law (J.D. 1990). Member: Association of Trial Lawyers of America; Consumer Attorneys of California; Sacramento Consumer Attorneys (President 2003; Board of Directors 1997); The State Bar of California; Sacramento County Judge Pro Tempore; El Dorado County Judge Pro Tempore.
At Kreeger Law Firm we are a dedicated group of highly skilled professionals focused on the representation of the seriously injured. Each Sacramento personal injury lawyer at our firm is aggressive, accomplished, and well-respected in the legal community. We guide our clients through the legal and financial challenges they encounter on their way to recovery from their accidents and we achieve results.
HOW I "REPRESENT THE PEOPLE"
We understand that our clients’ lives have been completely disrupted by an unwanted traumatic experience. We are dedicated to managing all of our clients’ legal needs as well as providing a level of personal support to guide them through some of the darkest days of their lives and help them get back on their feet.
We have dedicated our practice exclusively to personal injury law and representing the rights of the wrongfully injured throughout California. We not only protect our clients’ legal rights, but we manage each personal injury case with the highest regards and respect within the entire legal community, within the insurance industry, and with the judges whom we deal with in and out of the courtroom.