Auburn Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer
Some of the more highly trafficked roads in Auburn include Auburn Folsom Road, Nevada Street, Elm Ave, Edgewood Road, and Lincoln Way. These roads are necessarily dangerous, however, the more traffic there is, the likelihood of a car accident happening increases. These roads contain many intersections which are often where rear-end and head-on collisions take place.
The most serious injuries in Auburn typically involve accidents on State Route 49 and Interstate 80. This is where vehicles are traveling at higher rates of speed and heavier vehicles, such as trucks, pass through carrying freight.
The Law Offices of Edward A Smith handles all types of vehicular accidents, including motorcycle, boating, bus, drunk driving, pedestrian, and truck accidents. Feel free to visit our auto accident FAQ.About our Law Firm
The Law Offices of Edward A Smith handles nearly all types of injury cases for clients and victims in Auburn and all areas of Placer County. My staff and I have long term relationships with each other. Many of us have worked together for over 20 years and we are like a family here.
Of course, I hope you will choose me as your personal injury attorney. If you do decide to go with someone else, I do want you to find someone who will get you the settlement you deserve. In an effort to help the injured select an accident lawyer, I have put this video together for you on selecting a personal injury attorney:Auburn Car Accident FAQ
Q: What if I'm involved in a car accident while it was snowing?
It's rare that we see snow on roads in Auburn, and in the event we receive it, it is usually melted by nightfall. But when we do get snow, there can be dangerous car accidents. The California Driver’s handbook states that drivers, especially inexperienced drivers, should adjust their speed based on current road conditions. This may mean driving at a speed slower than the legal posted speed limit in order to maintain a safe operation of their vehicle.
Only small amounts of snow and ice are needed to increase the likelihood of skidding and sliding off the side of the road, across the lane, or into oncoming traffic. The hazard, known as “black ice” is an especially dangerous hazard, due to the way it blends in with the surface of asphalt roads.Auburn Personal Injury Lawyer
I'm Ed Smith, an Auburn Car Accident Lawyer. If you or a loved one has been injured due to someone’s negligence, you likely have many questions. Call me today for free, friendly advice at (530) 392-9400 or (800) 404-5400.
Editor’s Note: This page has been updated for accuracy and relevancy [cha 8.7.20]
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