Anderson Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer
When you’ve suffered serious injuries due to someone’s negligence, your life can change in an instant. You may be hospitalized or unable to work, and you are probably worried about paying your bills. This adds additional stress to an already difficult and painful situation. I'm Ed Smith, an Anderson personal injury lawyer. My office handles the daily tasks of your personal injury case so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries.Anderson, California
Anderson is located among the green rolling hills of Shasta County with a spectacular view of Mount Shasta. South of Redding, it blends the ease of life found in this welcoming town just off Route 273 with the convenient travel along Interstate 5. Its mild winters and opportunities for outdoor adventures, such as hiking and boating at nearby Lake Shasta or along the Sacramento River, make it a pleasant place to live.Wildfire Lawyer
California has been devastated by recent wildfires. Thousands of residents have been left homeless as dozens of wildfires rage through the state. We help people who have suffered losses from the wildfires with their injury, property or business damage claims.Dangerous Roads Around Anderson
Traffic in Anderson matches the town’s easy pace. On the highways, it is a different matter. Accidents frequently occur along I-5 between Anderson and Redding, where some people work. The area is also known for hazardous driving conditions due to inclement weather.What Is a Personal Injury Case?
Personal injury cases are those where an individual suffers an injury due to someone’s negligence. The negligence may be on the part of another driver, a company producing a faulty or dangerous product, a misdiagnosis by a physician or a store owner who does not take precautions preventing slip and fall accidents. The following are a few of the areas covered by personal injury laws:
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Vehicular accidents
- Traumatic injuries
- Wrongful death
- Dog bites
- Defects in medical devices
Choosing an attorney can be difficult. One thing an injured victim does know is that he or she wants to recover damages, including medical costs and lost time from work. One tip is to choose an Anderson car accident lawyer whose practice is solely focused on personal injury cases. He or she knows how to deal with insurance companies who often offer much less than the victim deserves.
It is also possible to check out an attorney's track record by looking at their verdicts and settlements. You’ll see how many cases have been won and the settlement value.
Finally, personal injury cases are paid on a contingency basis. This means that the client pays nothing until the case is won. In order to do that, attorneys have what is called a war chest from which expenses are paid. An attorney who has won consistently high settlements is more than likely to have this flexibility.Anderson, CA FAQs
Q: Where can I find a good auto repair shop in Anderson?
A: The following two businesses have favorable reviews on Yelp:
2966 Oak St.
Anderson, CA 96007
Phone: (530) 365-6838
Fairway Tire and Auto Repair
8340 Airport Road
Anderson, CA 96007
Phone: (530) 365-0261
Q: I need a rental car. Where can I find one locally?
A: The following agency has favorable reviews on Yelp. It is in Redding, which is approximately 15 minutes from Anderson:
217 Cypress Ave
Redding, CA 96002
Phone: (530) 338-0142
Watch the following video for more on how to choose an Anderson personal injury lawyer for your case.Anderson Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer
I'm Ed Smith, an Anderson car accident lawyer. Because of my years of experience, I am far too aware of the devastation accidents can make in someone’s life. That’s why I use every available tool to examine fault, determining evidence and recovering maximum damages, so my clients can go on with their lives with peace of mind. Call me for a free consultation, and I will answer your questions and offer friendly advice. You can call (530) 392-9400 or (800) 404-5400.
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Editor’s Note: This page has been updated for accuracy and relevancy [cha 2.25.20]