Illinois and California Litigation Firm focusing on personal injury.
2202 Plaza Dr.
Rocklin CA 95765
100 Pine St.
Mr. McCrary spent 14 years working for insurance companies litigating personal injury cases involving motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, traumatic brain injuries, and construction site injuries. He has the insight to get you maximum recovery.
Every year millions of americans are injured or killed due to the negligence of others for which you might be entitled to compensation. Often people are injured inauto accidents or by dangerous conditions on premises. Injuries also occur onconstruction job sites or result from defective products. Whether your injuries are minor, or catastophic, such as a traumatic brain injury, it is important that you contact an attorney to determine your rights. Moreover, if a family member is killed due to negligence or misconduct of another, then it is imperitive that you contact the McCrary Law Firm to guide you through this tragic event and assess whether to pursue a wrongful death claim.
Experts in wrongful death and catastrophic injury based upon 14 years of litigation experience.
When a person dies or is killed due to the negligence or misconduct of another, including murder, the surviving members of the victim's family may sue for wrongful death. There are four key elements involved in wrongful death as defined by law. A plaintiff in a wrongful death actions must prove each of the following elements to prevail in their civil case: Negligence The surviving members or their legal representatives must prove the death of their loved one was caused in part or in whole by the recklessness, carelessness, or negligent actions of the defending party. Breach of Duty It must be established that the defendant in a wrongful death lawsuit breached a duty owed to the deceased victim. This could include a breach of a driver's duty to safely operate his or her vehicle on a public highway, or breach of a manufacturer's duty to warn against dangers inherent in using their product. Causation The plaintiff also has the burgen to prove how the defendant's negligence caused their loved one's death. Damages The death of the victim must have generated quantifiable damages such as hospitalization, medical expenses, funeral and burial costs, loss of income and potential earnings, loss of protection, guidance and inheritance along with pain and suffering of the victim prior to death. Proving these points in court through a wrongful death lawsuit requires an attorney experienced and specialized in wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases.
Dan McCrary is an experienced litigator, who has handled hundreds of matters in both state and federal court. He has obtained excellent results for his clients in jury trials, bench trials, mediations, arbitrations, and settlement conferences.
He graduated from The University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law with distinction in 2003. In Law school he was a staff writer and assistant editor for the Transnational Lawyer Law Review. He also held a prestigious judicial externship for the United States District Court Eastern District of California. He was admitted to the Roger Traynor Honor Society for his academic achievements.
Mr. McCrary spent 14 years working for insurance companies handling a variety of litigated matters in the field of personal injury, construction defect, products defect, premises liability, high value property damage, and insurance coverage. His extensive experience as an in-house trial attorney for the insurance companies has provided him with insight that will assist you in receiving maximum recovery in your lawsuit.
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Bar Number: 6322372
University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law
Juris Doctorate, 2003
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