Previously published by Consumer Attorneys of California Forum, May/June 2023 Written by Christopher Kreeger A young woman is stopped in traffic on her way home from work, hit in the rear and pushed into the vehicle in front. A fireman knocks on her window, opens her door and helps her out. She instinctually checks on the other drivers to make sure everyone is fine and calls her husband. There is significant damage to all vehicles and the EMT/ER records indicate
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.
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