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The personal injury attorneys at Brown & Gessell represent clients in cases involving serious accidents, death and medical malpractice in Stockton and throughout San Joaquin County and Northern California.

At the Law Offices of Brown & Gessell, we take great pride in ensuring that our practice is based on the values and principles of Honesty, Hard Work and Dedication. Our Partners work directly with you from the initial interview to the final resolution. Personal attention is given to each case. Our staff is professional and understanding.

At Brown & Gessell you will receive:

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  • Personal attention from partners and staff
  • Bilingual services
  • Work with your attorney from beginning to end

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Cell Phones Cause Accidents

Over the past several years, I have noticed a sharp increase in the number of car accidents involving distracted drivers. The scenario is almost always the same. The victim drives down the road or highway and traffic begins to slow. The victim slows his vehicle with the traffic and often times comes to a stop. A car that is behind the victim has a driver that is distracted by a cell phone. Once the victim starts to slow, the distracted driver fails to notice the change in traffic speed and slams his car into the rear of the victims car. Now, I understand that most of us are guilty of [...]

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Cycling Safety Legislation

AB 1371 Safe Passing of Cyclists LawAB 1371, dubbed the "Safe Passing Law," has reached the Governor's desk, having passed the State House and Senate. This law prescribes specific action that is required of a motorist when passing a cyclist. A driver approaching a cyclist must allow 3 feet between the vehicle and the cyclist when passing. There is accommodation for the driver to cross over double-yellow lines and other traffic limiting lines, when safe, to accomplish this. If the road or traffic conditions do not permit this safe distance, the driver may pass with less distance once slowed to a reasonable speed and in a manner that does not [...]

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